A Sight for Sewn Eyes Alone Together

A Sight for Sewn Eyes Alone Together
Seven years since their formation, and countless tours deep, A Sight for Sewn Eyes are releasing their Distort debut, Alone Together. Although the constant grind of being an independent band might have drained the life of a lesser act, Alone Together is a testament to the Halifax-based group growing together, rather than falling apart. Featuring plenty of new material, as well as re-recorded songs such as "Jacuzzi," the album gives a good insight into A Sight for Sewn Eyes, enticing new fans and satisfying old ones. Technical without being wanky, groovy without being djent and heavy without sacrificing melody, Alone Together is a genre-spanning album that should further the band's already impressive career. Tracks such as "Something Different," "You Have No Idea" and "Governor" gallop with hardcore-esque energy not usually found in bands with this level of technical prowess. If Counterparts decided to play technical metal(core) instead of leaning towards the "core" part of the equation, A Sight For Sewn Eyes would be the result, and you'd be foolish to turn a blind eye. (Distort)