Slave To Sin - "Control and Beliefs"


New Release: Slave To Sin (Released on 5 April 2024)

Slave To Sin Strikes Again with New EP: "Control and Beliefs"

Alright, metalheads, gather 'round! Lyon might be known for its fancy silk and gourmet grub, but Laura Crutch, the mastermind behind Slave To Sin, is here to remind us that there's more to this city than meets the eye.
Look this: a one-woman metal wrecking ball, with influences like Nine Inch Nails and Garbage. That's Laura Crutch for you, folks. Since 2020, she's been cooking up some serious noise, and her latest dish, "Control and Beliefs," dropped on April 5th, 2024, is hotter than a dragon's breath.
Slave To Sin isn't just some random combo of words. Oh no, it's a reflection of the gritty, raw vibe that pulses through every riff and lyric. Just listen to "Slave To God" from her album Dead Inside, and you'll get it.
It's a deep dive into the murky waters of control and belief systems. Laura isn't afraid to get real, exploring how society and our own minds can hold us back from reaching our full potential. It's like a musical therapy session, but with way more distortion.
With her haunting vocals and bone-rattling instrumentals, Laura takes you on a journey through the darkest corners of your mind. Each track is a revelation, a reminder that sometimes you gotta embrace the darkness to find the light.
So, if you craving something that speaks to your soul, dive into "Control and Beliefs." Let Slave To Sin be your guide through the shadows.
As a die-hard metalhead, Slave To Sin's latest EP hits me right in the feels. Laura's ability to blend aggression with introspection is downright magical. "Control and Beliefs" isn't just music; it's a middle finger to the status quo, a reminder to stay true to yourself no matter what. So crank up the volume, throw horns to the sky, and let Slave To Sin show you the way. You won't be disappointed.