Metal Anarchy’s New Music Showcase: Q&A With Sorrow Enthroned

Time for the next edition of Metal Anarchy’s “new music showcase,” the feature where I introduce you to artists that readers of this site may find interesting. This time I have a Q&A with Sorrow Enthroned.

METAL ANARCHY: Tell me a little about your band:

SORROW ENTHRONED: I started this band in about 2019 just to see if I was able to put a song together. I have been playing guitar all my life and have a deep love for metal so I wanted to learn songwriting. The whole process has been a learning experience and I had no idea what I was getting into at the time. Music has always been an outlet and a way of expression and became even more a part of my life after starting the band

METAL ANARCHY: Who are your main influences?

SORROW ENTHRONED: My main influences are Morbid Angel, The Black Dahlia Murder, Dying Fetus, Dark Funeral bands like that. I go through different phases over the years and find myself listening to black metal or slam for a long period of time and switching it up but I can consistently listen to those previously mentioned bands.

METAL ANARCHY: What is your latest release and why should readers of this site check it out?

SORROW ENTHRONED: I just released a single at the end of January called “Constricted Upon the Throat of the Lamb.” It is a blasphemous death metal track with bits of black metal tremelo riffing at times. It’s a moderately technical song and it is from a bunch of demos I am working on for the third full length to come out this year. It’s the culmination of a years worth of transitioning and shaping the sound more accurate to what I envision.

METAL ANARCHY: What can people expect when they go to your live shows?

SORROW ENTHRONED: I don’t play live yet but the music I am working on is heavier and has more breakdowns and slam riffs which I think translate well to live shows.

METAL ANARCHY: Where do you see your band heading in 5 years?

SORROW ENTHRONED: 5 years from now I should be able to afford better equipment and be able to live comfortably. Things have been a struggle and I am just now getting to a place where I feel more stable and that’s why I am able to work on music again. I should have at least one more full length in 5 years as well as maybe playing live by then.

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