Their latest song Deceit has everything to get you headbang immediately. It can be clearly heard that they stepped up their songwriting to another level since their debut release EP ‘Where Truth Occurs’ while playing shows after shows across Irish metal circuit, studying their scene, their audiences and understanding what works for them. Apart from their creative, unexpected, almost playful songwriting they have a sound that’ll satisfy anyone who listens to hard-rock radio for the last twenty years. Deceit’s hard hitting riffs soaked in gnarly overdrive that melts in perfectly with singer Ainley’s vocal tone with the help of growling back vocals. They both find life in front of the rhythm section’s groove, thanks to a very inspiring melody writing, as I mentioned before.
Maybe it’s a form of synesthesia, but I imagine a symmetric shape, (maybe a pentagram), while listening to Deceit’s arrangement. The pointy edge at the center is formed by a steady drum beat, and on the edges, Ainley’s vocals are balanced with lead guitars in front of backing vocal growls, balanced by fuzzy bass lines.