We’re back with another exciting review. This time we have an exclusive early look at Burst Into Flames by Sinful Ways. The song doesn’t have an official release date yet, so we’re very excited to have an opportunity to give it a listen.
The song starts very quickly with a nice lead in and then jumps into a sick riff, drums are nice and punchy. The vocals blend nicely with the instrumentals. It gives me big Bullet For My Valentine and Avenged Sevenfold vibes.
Its a song about being stepped on by a government in a third world country and now its time to fight back and revolt.Brad Lake, bassist of Sinful Ways on their new single, Burst Into Flames.
The guitar work is very well done, the riffs compliment the drums perfectly, the transitions are very well done. The bridge/breakdown fits perfectly, it sounds like they used a light octaver on the guitars to give them an extra punch there and it worked amazingly. The guitar solo afterwards was well executed.
After the bridge there’s a well executed tempo change into the outro. The guitar riff in the outro is very jumpy and is a great way to end the song.
We also had a chance to chat with Brad, the bassist of Sinful Ways about the single.
Kyle: Do you have a release date yet?
Brad: We honestly don’t have an official release date yet, we’re finishing up the music video first and then we’re good. We’re currently looking at early September.
Kyle: What is the song about?
Brad: Its a song about being stepped on by a government in a third world country and now its time to fight back and revolt.