Five years had passed since Darkane released Demonic Art, and a lot of things had changed since then. Like the return of original vocalist Lawrence Mackrory, or the band’s DVD release Layers Of Life a couple of years back. But the most relevant development is the return of Darkane with a new studio album titled The Sinister Supremacy.
The Sinister Supremacy is composed of twelve songs (plus two bonus tracks), the idea around this album is the dark side of the human psyche. The evil inside us, and its manifestations within our mind. The sound on this new Darkane album is heavy, raw, and it would take you back to their début album Rusted Angel as you listen to the voice of Lawrence Mackrory. Darkane has evolved from a state of pressure and chaos to a state of total control and inner calm, and The Sinister Supremacy is a reflection of that new state that combines the legacy of the band, and their step into a brighter future.
The Age Of Metal had the chance to speak with Peter Wildoer drummer and founder member of Darkane about The Sinister Supremacy, their five-year silence, the return of Lawrence to vocals, touring, and much more.