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by Sicmonic

Hot new up coming metal band from Phoenix AZ. Fusing nu sounds of hardcore,death metal,and hard rock.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. To the Fiendz...
5:18 album only
2. Till the Morning Light
7:11 album only
3. Somnambulist
3:14 album only
4. Illumination
7:32 album only
5. Of Blood and Grace
6:29 album only
6. Requiem
4:13 album only
7. Oxygen
4:20 album only
8. No Conscience
4:58 album only
9. Just How Far Down Do You Want to Go?
5:25 album only
10. Paradiseum
4:39 album only
11. Acidic Epiphanies
11:25 album only


Album Notes
(Sic)Monic has surpassed the traditional Metal/Hard Rock sound and forged a new blend of emotion, human experience, and trials and tribulations that make up everyday life. Drawing from influences, ranging from jazz fusion to death metal. To intertwine an intricate yet catchy composition of sound. (Sic)monic's lyrics help shape a new understanding of music. "Sicmonic is heavy rock at its best" quotes Billboard magazine (Sic)monic prides itself in its intense live performances. "Great band, great disc. Sicmonic is one of the strongest and most dynamic groups currently playing in the entire southwest. A 'must see' live show" raves Jaysun of Sik World Productions. “(Sic)Monic is simply bad ass!”- Says Johnny Mission of radio station 98KUPD. “Innovative, heavy, and good direction” Whisky A Go-go.



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Scott Woeckel

Where to start...
164th note bass drum rolls on the channel in the title track Somnambulist? How about my new favorite tune Illumination? Oxygen anyone? Sicmonic once again jumps into the chaos, and finds comfort in textural and sonic areas most musicians would crumble in. What that does is allows us to explore the music. Literally pieces of music within pieces of music, Sommnambulist offers a kaleidescopic window into a world of music torn open for all to see with an artistic flair that separates sicmonic from every other "hardcore" band out there.

This time tearing off into some deep waters, this record could easily have been categorized as avant garde jazz in the vien of some of John Zorns work, as metal or hardcore. Songs such as such as Acidic Epiphanies, All Things Considered (a bonus track) are so far out there you wonder how sicmonic managed to conceive of a way to bring us all back! If you think this is merely a continuation of "Look to The Skies" you have a sweet surprise coming to you. This record is Heavy, Heady, Heavenly, and some times plain un-categorical. Incredible.