Seven Sins a Second
Style: Gothic Rock/Metal
Release date: November 5th 2007

If you’re looking for Gothic Rock/Metal with catchy riffs and catchy choruses then I will advice you to check out Sinamore’s latest album entitled “Seven Sins a Second”. I’m not familiar with their first full-length album “A New Day” or their early demos, so I can’t compare them to “Seven Sins a Second”. But I do know one thing; “Seven Sins a Second” is an excellent piece of Gothic Rock music. Sinamore sure combines melancholy, darkness and catchiness in the finest way.


This is not groundbreaking in any way in my book and their music is a tad predictable but this album is absolutely captivating from beginning to end. Singer Mikko Heikkilä’s voice is all over this album and to me he’s doing an excellent job and suits the music great. It’s hard for me to name any highlights because every single song (this promo-CD contains 10) are more than good but maybe songs like; “Better Alone”, “Silence So Loud”, and “The Burning Frame” are a tad better than the rest in my humble opinion.


Sinamore do know how to write a damn good song with catchy refrains and catchy riffs so it’s a shame if Sinamore doesn’t get the attention they deserves so do yourself a favour and check this album out when it’s released November 5th 2007.

Label: Napalm Records
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Artwork rating: 70/100
Reviewed by: Peter Laursen
Date: October 12th 2007