Seven Sins are a band from Kazakhstan that plays a symphonic mixture of black and death metal and this is a review of their 2016 album "Due Diaboli et Apocalypse" which was released by Satanath Records.
Spoken word parts along with some keyboards start off the album as well as the sounds of eagles and after awhile the music gets more epic and symphonic while also adding in touches of classical and orchestra music and it also mixes in with the heavier riffs and you can also hear elements of Asian music at times.
Vocals are mostly grim yet high pitched black metal screams while death metal growls are also used at times and when the music speeds up a great amount of blast beats can be heard and the songs also bring in a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and when solos and leads are utilized they are done on a very melodic fashion.
Spoken word parts also make a return in certain sections of the recording and female vocals can also be heard at times and one of the tracks also brings in ethnic style folk instruments briefly while a couple of later tracks also brings in a small amount of clean guitars and some of the riffs also bring in a decent amount of melody and there is also a brief use of male clean singing vocals.
Seven Sins plays a style of black metal that is very symphonic and orchestra orientated while also being very heavy influenced by death metal, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover Qabala, Alchemy, Occultism, The Devil, Knights, Medieval, and Death themes.
In my opinion Seven Sins are a very great sounding symphonic mixture of black and death metal and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this band. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Kabbalah" "Alchemist" "Seraphim" and "Infinitas Non". 8 out of 10.