SIDEWALK MAFIA
72 Hours

01. 72 Hour Chokehold | 02. Remember Me | 03. This Frozen Paradise | 04. Paranoia | 05. Redaround | 06. Cruel Sacrifices | 07. Lost In The Dark | 08. The Hounds | 09. Bloodsucker

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72 Hours, the new album from Finnish metal group Sidewalk Mafia, is a representation of their roots. They are children of the 90’s and their influences come from the heavier and alternative rock of the time, as well as metal bands, sounds and moods. There are also lots of acid rock, goth vibes, and darker and gloomy sounds to be heard on the album. 72 Hours isn’t systematically a theme album, but unintendedly went into that direction as the group were recording it.

The theme of 72 Hours is what’s happening these days inside peoples heads. Mental health problems have exploded and are affecting pretty much everyone around us. The subject is unavoidable and there is no end to it in this crazy world. It’s also not wrong to say that the album also partly tells alot about the musicians themselves and their own “paranoia” because Sidewalk Mafia have been quite blue-eyed with people in their past.

Sidewalk Mafia play a version of blackened doom/goth metal. The band’s sound is extremely heavy and oppressive with a low tuned guitars and a wall of sound style production, but also melodic and at the same time atmospheric.

Track listing:
01. 72 Hour Chokehold | 02. Remember Me | 03. This Frozen Paradise | 04. Paranoia | 05. Redaround | 06. Cruel Sacrifices | 07. Lost In The Dark | 08. The Hounds | 09. Bloodsucker

72 Hours | Released May 27th, 2022 on Sliptrick Records

Sidewalk Mafia are:
Tommy Paroles – Vocals/Guitars | Johannes Wolfpathon – Drums/Vocals

Band links: Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | On Sliptrick

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  1. bringerofdeathzine

    In my opinion Sidewalk Mafia are a very great sounding mixture of black, doom and gothic metal and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this duo …read more

  2. heyzine.com

    This one is highly recommended for lovers of all things gloomy and Finnish… which is basically the same thing, surely …read more

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