Artist: Sanguine  
   Title:  Sanguine Live
   Label: Independent Release  
 

From the South West of England Sanguine have been causing an almighty stir in metal circles, having already played the Download Festival, Hard Rock Hell's Ibiza Road Trip, Beermeggedon , with mentions in Powerplay, and Classic Rock, to name but a few.  This band are in demand and judging by the E.P. I have here and the reports of their live performances with the wailing, prowling, feisty, intense vocals of Tarin Kerrey, this band are ready to take on the world. 

Taken from the bands recently released album 'Sanguine', 'Simplify' opens the E.P. and has a cracking sound, then this four piece lead into the bedlam that is 'Bangkok Nights'.  This is damn brutal.  This is in your face! After the intense 'Simplify', Tarin rocks and screams, squeals and makes your hairs stand on end! Seriously this is something different and they certainly deliver taking no prisoners, the end of the song is immense, and I donít mean the clapping!

'Days Outnumbered' is a slower number where Karin shows her stunning vocal abilities, as the band plays this song in a chilled out mode, excellent stuff. 

'From Home' like the previous track, has Tarin's haunting vocals and deep lingering music to accompany it.  'Paradise' picks the pace up and rocks twists and curves through your mind.  In fact the whole E.P. needs your undivided attention.

Sanguine have something special here check them out!

Review by: Seb Di Gatto

Tracklisting:

1. Simplify
2. Bangkok Nights
3. Days Outnumbered
4. From Home
5. Paradise 

 

                    

 

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