Sinaya - Maze Of Madness



Brutal Records

Release: August 10, 2018


Death Metallers Sinaya from Sao Paulo, Brazil announce their new album, ‘’Maze of Madness’’, for August 10th, release through Brutal Records. Brazilian all-female death metal goddesses Sinaya with a certain touch of darkness that contributes a forcefulness to the music that will delight all fans of the style. For their debut full album ‘’Maze of Madness’’, the quartet joined forces with producer Marcello Pompeu, mixed and mastered by Heros Trench and recorded at Mr. Som Studio, during their trajectory, already played with "Exodus, Master, Vader, Luca Turilli's Rhapsody, Primal Fear, Sadistic Intent, Hatchet,etc...


In 2013 was recorded the 1st EP named as "Obscure Raids" with 4 songs, which was well acclaimed all over the country, telling about the compositions and well-played songs. In 2015, with a new line-up, started to work with Marcelo Pompeu (Korzus) for the upcoming album, and released its first single/video "Buried by Terror", which reached more places in Brazil, and other countries, showing their musical evolution.




Life Against Fate

Abyss to Death

Always Pain

Bath of Memories

Crowd in Panic

Infernal Sight

Deep in the Grave

Buried by Terror


In 2016, Sinaya was the support band for Exodus at Carioca Club, they played at the new heavy metal sensation festival "Rock na Praça" in São Paulo and were invited to play at the biggest festival in Peru, Lima Metal Fest, which was part of their first south American tour, going through Argentina, Bolívia and Peru.

It is no secret that Brazil is the home to many, many metal fans. While everyone seems to complain that no band is ever coming there, the new metal bands are shooting out of the ground like mushrooms. One of them is Sinaya, an (all female) death metal band who looks promising, or are their looks deceiving? I know that Sinaya will get praised into heaven just because the death metal band only consists out of female musicians, but that doesn’t necessarily make the band good or original. What I’m trying to say is, it shouldn’t matter to anyone what genders the band consists of, it should be about the music.

That said, to me Sinaya’s music is kind of repetitive and mediocre. It was good to listen to once of twice, but after that I found it rather boring, meaning I wouldn’t put it on again for fun. There is no song that stood out for me, not in a bad or a good way, and I think that kind of already concludes it.


I rate ‘’Maze Of Madness’’ by Sinaya a 6.5/10.


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By Tamar


Line Up:


Mylena Monaco - Guitar -vocals

Renata Petrelli - Lead guitar

Cynthia Tsai - Drums

Bruna Melo - Bass