Sleep Signals, At the End of the World Review
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Sleep Signals is a hard rock quintet from Minneapolis that is tearing up the road and stages across the United States. The bands songwriting is focused on hard rock with catchy choruses and strong riffs. Sleep Signals, has garnered a dedicated following. Their ability to blend catchy hooks with their high-energy songwriting style has been a keystone element to their success. Founded in 2014 by lead vocalist, Robert Cosgrove, the band hit the road in early 2015 and has since played over 175 shows in 26 states, sharing the stage with bands like Seether, In Flames, Saving Abel, Bobaflex, Ill Nino, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die, Alesana, Volumes, Capture the Crown, The Browning, Letters From the Fire, and 3 Pill Morning. Sleep Signals is currently on tour with Atreyu, Memphis May Fire, and Ice nine Kills. Sleep Signals’ last EP, At the End of the World was produced by Grammy-nominated producer, Justin Rimer (Saving Abel, 12 Stones, Wayland). The EP contains six tracks and have two guest artists: Josh Brown and Marty McCoy on one track each. Sleep Signals has a sound that is full of twin guitars laying down a full arsenal of sound over a rock-solid rhythm section. The vocals are strong and have just enough edge to make them aggressive, while never losing sight of their melodic content. That’s the short of it!
At the End of the World
Suit & Tie Suicide (feat. Josh Brown)
I'll Save You
Edge of My Sanity
Drive (feat. Marty Mccoy)
Welcome to the Masquerade
Release Date: September 8, 2017
The band has a full production and solid melodies. Love the guitar work and solos.
Sleep Signals understands that perseverance is key, through years of touring, personnel changes and the challenges of the music biz, the band stayed focused and continued. Their sound is signature. The keyboard sounds with two guitars fill the space. The songwriting is consistent across the six tracks. Each track builds nicely through the form with feel changes that give tracks variance. Vocalist and guitarist Marty McCoy from Bobaflex makes a strong appearance and adds variety to the mix of tunes. Solid sounds from a band that pulls from Metal’s great history and focuses on being melodic, but still pushing towards new sounds.