Japanese metal band SIGH have been known for incorporating elements of classical, jazz, black metal, and 60s/70s rock into their music, making them a truly unique act within this scene. The band's eigth studio album, Scenes from Hell, expand upon these genres and influences while encompassing the last forty years of rock. This release also marks the original album debut from Dr. Mikannibal, who was named one of the “Sexiest Women in Metal” by Revolver Magazine, and features guest vocals from David Tibet (Current 93) and Kam Lee. Sigh add a dimension never found in metal; the use of instruments usually reserved for symphony halls. The instrumentation found on Scenes From Hell includes trumpet, trombone, tuba, flute, oboe, clarinet and strings, adding an intense, otherworldly symphonic quality to the music.
SIGH continue to deliver their avant-garde metal with the frenetic energy they’ve been gaining worldwide attention for since their inception in 1990. Scenes From Hell is black art metal as it should be: loud, all-encompassing and intense.