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Maze of Madness

Brutal Records

August 10, 2018

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

Sinaya is:

  Mylena Monaco (vocals, guitar)

  Renata Petrelli (guitar)

  Bruna Melo (bass)

  Cynthia Tsai (drums)


 Hailing from Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sinaya is an all female death metal band who formed around 2013 and have played with Primal Fear, Exodus, Vader and Hatchet among others. Their debut full-length Maze of Madness is set for release on August 10th via Brutal Records. These ladies are currently on tour in Europe with Pyrexia, Pathology, Kraanium and Epicardiectomy. Before I formally begin the review, it takes alot for an all female metal band to impress me. I find that many are just looking to be sex objects onstage and lack essential talent, kind of like throwing a long-haired hot dude on stage slinging a guitar he couldn't play. Sinaya deserve utmost respect as each musician is undeniably masters of their instruments.


Isolating tracks on Maze of Madness is relatively redundant as it should be enjoyed as a whole. The defining one to me is “Life Against Fate” with its beautific bone crunching rhythms and grinding scything riffs. The entire album is fast, furious and varied with textures of thrash and hints of doom. The precision and ferocity gives distinct character to the music that dispels notions of clinical sterility. Mylena has deep crushing vocals, a wide range of wild screams and high pitched rasps and she sings with unfettered exuberance and energy. Hail to drummer Cynthia- I felt that to my toes! Far from being bogged down or incomprehensible,  their musicianship is tight and Sinaya deliver maximum deathly impact. 100 percent badass.








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