Музыка / МультимедиаСериалыФильмы / AVI / MKV / MP4Фильмы / HD / Full HD / Blu-Ray / 2K / 4K
Hardsyle Music For Sports Games ( Club / 2017 )
:: Детали раздачи
Раздача является мультитрекерной — учтите, количество раздающих не будет совпадать с количеством участников на сайте (скачивание на клиентской стороне зависит от настроек µTorrent клиент программы, настройки -> Включить DHT, Обмен пирами и Поиск лок-х пиров). Если висит надпись, пиры по нулям - не бойтесь, возможность скачать повторно раздачу - есть. Попробуйте, в случае отказа - прокоментируйте или нажмите на "Позвать скачавших".
1. (00:03:30) Sienna Skies - Questioner
2. (00:03:51) Sienna Skies - Realization
3. (00:03:46) Sienna Skies - Directions
4. (00:03:46) Sienna Skies - Groundwork
5. (00:05:04) Sienna Skies - Wasting Days
6. (00:03:27) Sienna Skies - Foundations
7. (00:04:17) Sienna Skies - It Is My Time
8. (00:03:04) Sienna Skies - Game Changer
9. (00:03:14) Sienna Skies - Sooner Or Later
10. (00:04:09) Sienna Skies - Achiever
Playing Time.........: 00:38:08
Total Size...........: 88,30 MB
Sienna Skies are a six-piece post-hardcore act from the city of Sydney, Australia. Forming early March 2006, the boys started out
with a clear passion and mindset to an electrifying sound they could call their own and expose it to as many ears as possible.
Since their inception into the music world the band has seen great development in their writing, live performance and individual musicality. Bringing
together all of their musical influences ranging from the classical period through to the musical concoctions of melody and harsh screams that are the
new wave of bands sweeping the world today. The band has brought it all to the table and d a sound that’s raw, emotionally charged, and powerful
with ranging dynamics and diversity throughout.
In the band’s short history they have made quite a name for themselves on stage. Maintaining that their many fans pay to come and see their shows
for an entertaining live performance and not five musicians standing around playing music. The boys have always aimed to reproduce the energy of their
music in their movement to an electrifying realm on stage that leaves the audience breathless. The boys have rocked the stages of many great venues
around Australia and
after the ecstatic response they have received from their first E.P. “Where Joy Exists, Despair Beckons” the band has been subject to a growing
fanbase stretching out from Australia. With their name starting to become familiar amongst the Australian music community, the future looks bright for
Sienna Skies as they get closer to where they want to be in the music world.
In 2007 the band released their first EP titled "Where Joy Exists Despair Beckons" and has seen the band tour consistently up and down the East Coast
of Australia as well as a very successful tours of New Zealand. Since then, the boys have shared the stage with such acts as: Underoath (USA), Haste
The Day (USA), Blessed By A Broken Heart (CAN), Family Force 5 (USA), Switchfoot (USA), Closure In Moscow, The Amity Affliction, The Getaway Plan,
Behind Crimson Eyes, The Red Shore, Carpathian and Deez Nuts just to name a few.
Sienna Skies is set to release their second full-length album entitled The Constant Climb through Invogue Records and Artery Recordings in
The Constant Climb opens with an incredible guitar lead that immediately brought me back to 2010 when We Came As Romans released one of my favourite
post-hardcore albums, To Plant A Seed. Most of the guitar leads heard throughout the album are similar to To Plant A Seed's, and from time to
time, the clean vocals are reminiscent of We Came As Romans as well. They aren't quite as high pitched, but they follow a similar pattern and
"style". After the opening track, "Questioner", the album maintains an upbeat and melodic pace for a few tracks. "Realization" and "Groundwork" are
very strong tracks and "Wasting Days" is strong as well, but the chorus brings it down a little bit. With a stronger chorus, it would be one of my
favourite tracks on the album.
Again, the album starts off very strong. After "Wasting Days", however, the music is a bit bland for a few tracks. "Foundations" and "It Is My Time"
are solid tracks, but they don't contain much to make them stand out. Also, similar to "Wasting Days", "Foundations" is held back by a sub-par
chorus. The next track, "Game Changer", faces the same issue (again) but the rest of the song is very strong, especially the intro and outro.
The final track of worth mention is "Sooner Or Later". "Sooner Or Later" is one of the strongest tracks and my personal favourite. Everything from the
vocals to the instruments to the ambient section sounds like a B-side of The Amity Affliction's Youngbloods. In my ears, this is by no means a
bad thing because Youngbloods is another one of my favourite post-hardcore albums and hearing a few more songs like that is more than welcome.
Aside from a few tracks near the middle of the album lacking anything extraordinary, there is only one other flaw that I noticed when listening to The
Constant Climb. The clean vocals coalesce with the music perfectly on a few tracks ("Questioner" and "Directions"), but the cleans on the rest of the
album sound a bit forced and weak, and they don't fit as nicely. For example, the previously mentioned "Wasting Days", "Foundation", and "Game
Changer" are all held back by the clean vocals and they would probably be better off without them.
Despite its minor flaws, The Constant Climb is an excellent post-hardcore/metalcore release that will be a very fun listen for fans of the genre and
bands like We Came As Romans and The Amity Affliction. Hopefully this release is going to push Sienna Skies further, making their next release even
better. Be sure to check out The Constant Climb when it's released on November 16th in Australia and November 20th in the US.
Нажмите чтобы закрыть спойлер: Descriere
Please comment and rate this! Say thanks if you like it