Sorrowfield returns with “The Great Day” from a very famous Fourth beat, let not Underground connoisseur notice immediately on the first pass. After a three-year-long break, which was indeed interrupted by the 2013er EP “Sax, Blood & Rock’n Roll”, but this may not count, because I missed the EP at the time, all coals lay the Bremer Sympathen So again into the fire. In three great albums the guys may indeed look back, but the desire for further improvement in quality can be heard clearly in every note. It is this incentive is rewarded.
The Hanseaten stay at very special band sound, which can be around my ears immediately warm. So sounds really no other group. Although the troops “Pure Scandinavian Pussy Metal” writes on banners, but really is not comparable to the Scandinavian melodies teaching and varied and blinders hating songmaterial Norddeutsche. For Sorrowfield throws also easy to like about many different things in a pot. Time there is furious thrash with a roar, sometimes poprockige trips and always ensures singer Marco Bianchi for the addictive sound swab, which makes the weeping willows so unmistakable. While Bianchi also increases qualitatively from album to album, but the autonomy remains. Fortunately.
But it would be presumptuous to talk only about singing talents. Even the Instrumental Group makes on “The Great Day” everything right. Inventiveness is printed in Bremen großbuchstäblich. While ‘Dark Passenger’ gloomy oppressive Braving out of the boxes and redeemed in the chorus, with Guardian Spirits’ for example, a flawless melodic metal anthem on board, which, like ‘Legions’ from the last album “Heritage of Fire”, a could be correctly Livehit. ‘Trickster’ and ‘Differences’ popping evil and almost already aggressive, ‘The Other Side’ and ‘Nothing Remains’ press the scale but back into balance and provide wonderful Schwelg melodies. The biggest song on “The Great Day” but is without a doubt ‘Blood Of My Blood’. Sorrowfield connects here with ease black Riffkunst with epic claim, upbeat rhythms and the winds of Bremen colleagues of the Mad Monks. While other, higher-income bands with thick label in the background so recourse to synthetic blower, provides this self-production (incidentally taken in the East Frisian Soundlodge studio) full operation. Respect!
Behind the painted of the Bremen artist Miri Chuuei and extremely successful artwork so there’s a lot to discover. The only criticism of the new plant is Sorrowfield (again) the somewhat brief season. Instead of rock mix of ‘The Other Side’ would loose yet another new song may find its way onto the album. But artificial scarcity makes also somehow interesting. “The Great Day” is – and I can certainly after ten passages safely say – become the best album of Bremer. I look forward to everything that there still may come so and enjoy while yet another passage.
01. Running Man
02. The Other Side
04. Guardian Spirits
05. Nothing Remains
08. Dark Passenger
09. Blood of My Blood
10. The Other Side – Rock Edit
Marco Bianchi – Vocals
Martin Rolbiecki – Guitar (Mass Insanity)
Steven Lackmann – Guitar (Mass Insanity, Mad Monks)
Thomas Kattwinkel – Bass (Nightporter, Deny Reality, Antagonist)
Oliver Schulz – Drums
Sorrowfield – The Great Abduction (2015)
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