Sinsaenum, the blackened death metal project is set to release their second album ‘Repulsion for Humanity’ , an 11 track record of the classic go to recipe for evil; blast beats, gain-driven chuggy riffing, and a whole lotta rage towards a species of intelligent life unnecessarily overpopulating a blue floating rock in an unquantifiable void.
Gearing up for the release, our editor in chief Owais ‘Vitek’ Nabi had a chat with mastermind Frédéric Leclercq. They discuss the songwriting ideas executed on the record. The majority of the album consists of writing provided by Frédéric Leclercq, and recently included into the brutal concoction, Joey Jordison, (Drummer, VIMIC, ex-Slipknot & Scar the Martyr). Fred further talks about involving Joey into the album and recording live drums in France.
Regarding the sound of the album, the 11 track record remains consistent on it’s sound; raw, monotonously droning, chill-inducing at times and very dark. Fred explains songs like the title track and “Nuit Noire”, that go cutthroat on the snare with it’s blastbeat-incorporated madness. Frédéric Leclercq describes this album as a fine culmination of fine tastes of underground metal.