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Sins of the Watchmen

Sins of the Watchmen

Sins of the Watchmen


Sins of the Watchmen was the name of Jak Noble's Experimental Metal solo project between autumn 2007 and early 2009, based in Bristol, UK. He currently goes by the name Returning We Hear the Larks. In 2005, Noble began his solo project using his own name and wrote mostly Experimental Hard Rock music, as an expression of his own musical taste in contrast to the Pop Punk project Lentil that he was working on (and still is, to this day) with his younger brother, George. Read more on Last.fm
Sins of the Watchmen was the name of Jak Noble's Experimental Metal solo project between autumn 2007 and early 2009, based in Bristol, UK. He currently goes by the name Returning We Hear the Larks. In 2005, Noble began his solo project using his own name and wrote mostly Experimental Hard Rock music, as an expression of his own musical taste in contrast to the Pop Punk project Lentil that he was working on (and still is, to this day) with his younger brother, George. However, as his musical ideas developed, he began to record heavier and more technical Metal fused with Electronica and renamed his project 'Murder on the Dancefloor'.

Murder on the Dancefloor continued through 2007 as mostly a recreational project, where Noble would release a demo on his MySpace page every weekend, but he did write a self-titled E.P. in the summer, which he publicised over the internet. In the late summer, an American Deathcore band going by the same name requested that Noble change his. To avoid any sort of action, Noble obliged and renamed his project Sins of the Watchmen. With a new name came another change of style.

During the previous year, Noble had become interested in the conspiracies surrounding the Mayan-predicted 2012 apocalypse and stories of beings known as Nephilim that were supposedly linked (from which he developed the name Sins of the Watchmen). This obsession was reflected in his music, which became purely Metal and rapily more progressive. Songs such as The Doctrine and particularly The Soundtrack to the Apocalypse Will Be Grindcore focused lyrically around the 2012 apocalypse. Despite working on a (later-scrapped) album, Noble only released two E.P.s under the name, The Download E.P.

and The Soundtrack to the Apocalypse E.P.. Noble also compiled a collection of unreleased and mostly unfinished demos named 'Stuff That Should Have Been Exported'. In early 2009, Noble once again changed his name to Returning We Hear the Larks, because he felt 'pigeon-holed' by Sins of the Watchmen. He now works on Instrumental Progressive Metal and can be found on Last.fm, Jamendo and NewGrounds. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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