The Future in Whose Eyes? is the third studio album by British progressive metal band Sikth, their first full-length album since their 2008–2013 hiatus, following their return EP Opacities (EP). It was released worldwide on 2 June 2017. It is the first album to feature new vocalist Joe Rosser, who replaced vocalist Justin Hill in 2016. The album was released on CD, vinyl, and digital formats. All lyrics written by Goodman; all music composed by Sikth. Mikee Goodman – vocals.
Mathcore progenitors SikTh are set to release their first new studio album in over a decade and have unleashed the new track 'Vivid. Having reunited in 2014, the band has finished up work in the studio and announced The Future in Whose Eyes?, their first new full length offering since 2006's Death of a Dead Day. A stuttered, whirling rhythm opens up the track with rotary drumming, which comes to a halt with a push and pull attack that finds muted moments contrasted by frenetic lead playing, delving into a tapping section as clean vocals wash over the track. Spastic and unpredictable, this is SikTh in classic form
Sikth’s corpse was casually scavenged for years after their demise, so it was therefore a relief to see their 2014 return greeted with such enthusiasm, with successful tours and an EP, Opacities, which showed the band could still deploy the style and skill that many had tried to copy but never matched. This individualism was due in large part to the abstract dual vocals of Mikee Goodman and Justin Hill, with the latter’s departure last year providing a concern ahead of their full-length comeback
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SikTh, the Watford based progressive metal band, are back with their latest album, The Future in Whose Eyes? It is SikTh’s first album release in over a decade. Their last release came in 2006 with Death of a Dead Day. The Future in Whose Eyes was released on the 2nd of June via Millennium Night/Peaceville Records. I am sure you have all heard of SikTh right? They are a big name in the metal community, mainly due to them being known as one of the pioneering band’s of djent. SikTh are a progressive metal band, or a mathcore band, who experiment with sound, tones, timings and well, everything.
It is the first album to feature new vocalist Joe Rosser, who replaced vocalist Justin Hill in 2016 Contents. Retrieved June 2, 2017.
Album · 2017 · 12 Songs. See All. The Trees Are Dead & Dried Out Wait for Something Wild. Opacities - EP. 2015.
|2||Century Of The Narcissist?|
|4||This Ship Has Sailed|
|5||Weavers Of Woe|
|6||Cracks Of Light|
|8||The Moon's Been Gone For Hours|
|9||Riddles Of Humanity|
|11||Ride The Illusion|
|12||When It Rains|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Peaceville
- Copyright (c) – Peaceville
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- Label Code: LC01702
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|CDVILEF669||Sikth||The Future In Whose Eyes? (CD, Promo)||Millennium Night||CDVILEF669||Europe||2017|
|VILELP669||Sikth||The Future In Whose Eyes? (LP, Album, Ltd)||Millennium Night, Peaceville||VILELP669||UK & Europe||2017|