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REVIEW: Blame The Sacred – 'The Path' EP


Blame The Sacred, a 5-piece rock band from Doncaster, South Yorkshire are set to release their new EP 'The Path' on March 27th 2020 which follows their 2018 debut EP 'Life Or Death'.

‘I Walk Alone’ has catchy driving riffs to open it with swaggering vocals and instruments to accompany. Vocalist Danny Porter has very authoritative vocals that add extra power to this hard-hitting opener, making for a brilliant start.

Changing direction ‘Hollow Ground’ is largely stripped back with melodic guitars with softer emotive vocals. Although it is slower-paced it is equally as strong especially through its passion and execution adding more depth.

‘Home’ picks up the pace again with crunchy guitars and seriously melodic riffs and beats, delivering a heavy slab of fine rock that will get you moving with its great grooves. There is no shortage of energy and enthusiasm from the whole band which translates wonderfully in their music and all members get their moment to shine particularly in this track making it a must-hear.

‘Six Shots Of Hate’ is the most belligerent song featured which seems fitting given the title but is still extremely melodic with its bouncy distorted heavy riffs, hard-hitting drums, gravelly attitude packed vocals and chunky bass riffs. 

To see us out is the hefty and memorable 'Statim Finis' an instrumental outro which is fun and ends on a high impact fashion.

'The Path' is a highly enjoyable and memorable rock EP brimming with power and eagerness which keeps you hooked throughout.



Check out the new video for single 'Six Shots Of Hate' Below:




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