A pounding, symphonic clusterfuck of hooksAnwynn’s upcoming album hits hard like death metal
and twirls to catchy melodies.
Their most recent single, a cover of Machine Head’s Now I Lay Thee Down (2018), marks the first step of an evolution towards this darker sound.
It's so effective it was noticed by Machine Head themselves.
Having started off as a dynamic live act wearing kilts, Anwynn released Forbidden Songs (2012) and Swords & Blood (2015). They went on to perform for crowds at Durbuy Rock Festival (2018), Botanique (2017), Frietrock (2018) and Metal Female Voices Festival (2012) with bands such as Battle Beast, Dagoba, Nervosa, Eluveitie, Therion.
The time has come for a follow-up with a new explosive sound and image.
Blend the groves of death metal with the bombast of an orchestra, add a couple of breakdowns and intertwined vocal play by two lead singers; mix everything with punch, catchy choruses and a choir.
Obtain a multi-influenced, massive-sounding 50-minute earworm.