Infected Rain – Endorphin (Review)

Infected Rain - Endorphin (Review)

Artist: Infected Rain
Album: Endorphin
Genre: Metal
Label: Napalm Records
Release Date: October 18, 2019
Reviewed by: Bobby Caughron



Wow! This album really caught me off guard.  To be honest, I wasn’t expecting it to be anything special.  Man, was I wrong!  There are some really creative musical ideas going on with this album, which sound completely fresh to my ears.  There’s a heaviness that pummels you throughout the album, but it’s also filled with unique time breaks and interesting layers of unique vocals and effects in the mix.  Although they’re classified as an “extreme metal” band, I’d find it very hard to classify their sound, because it contains elements of jazz, hip-hop-like floating vocals and a dash of electronica.  Listen to the opening song “The Earth Mantra” for a nice sample of what I’m referring to.  Vocalist Lena has the pipes to handle rough vocals and beautiful melodies alike.  If I were to make a comparison of another band out there, it would be Jinjer, but only at times, as Infected Rain truly has a sound that’s all their own.  If you’re a fan of modern metal and want an album that will simply blow you away, by all means, go get Endorphin by Infected Rain.  I have no doubt that I will be hearing much more from this band in the future.  What they’ve achieved on this album far exceeds any expectations for a debut album.


Track Listing:

The Earth Mantra 4:51
Black Gold 4:14
Symphony of Trust 4:25
Pendulum 3:54
Passerby 3:27
Lure 2:34
Victims 3:30
Walking Dead 3:45
Taphephobia 5:32
Storm 5:02


Band Members:

Lena – Vocals
Vova – Bass
Sergey – Guitar
Vidick – Guitar
Eugene – Drums

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