Sinfinis | The Edge Of A Knife

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The Edge Of A Knife

by Sinfinis

Darkly introspective songs that sneak up on you, grab tightly, and won't let go.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Just Once
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2. Perfect Surface
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3. Puppets
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4. My Strange Birthday
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5. Repeat Offender
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6. The Beast (with Intro: Legion)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Songstress Mary Elizabeth Bell created Sinfinis to make you uncomfortable. Like a mythical siren, she reels you in with haunting vocals and smashes you against the proverbial rocks with thoughtful, often unsettling lyrics. Songs on her debut EP, The Edge of a Knife, broach precarious subjects such as abortion, infidelity, narcissism, nihilism, free will, intrinsic depravity, and remorse. Prepare for an assault on your conscience.

Musical arrangements are alternately aggressive and melodic. Composed primarily by Josh Feinstein of Angry Lamb Studios in St. Louis, MO, each track is different from the next, often challenging the boundaries of conventional structure and style.

One thing is certain: this is darkly introspective music that sneaks up on you, grabs tightly, and won't let go.


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