It’s been a while since we covered some metalcore band and Broken In Refraction by Sanction has come out right in time. Hailing from Long Island, NY, Sanction is one of the newer bands who paved their way on the hardcore scene with some quality releases and if I am not mistaken, Broken In Refraction is their second full-length album. Sanction also published an official Demo back in 2015; With Blood Left Uncleansed EP also in 2015; has submitted two tunes for a 4-way split with bands such as Vatican, Funerals and Iron Curtain sometime in 2017; then published The Infringement Of God’s Plan at the same year, so make sure you check out their previous releases. Broken In Refraction delivers eleven brand new tracks in the same well-known manner as their previous releases, so the band sticks with what they do the best. It almost becomes a tradition to expect only fine metalcore tunes by these guys. Sanction delivers pure chaos with a lot of ferocity presented in the vocals; guitars are still relying on some technicalities; riffs and scales used in their compositions are phenomenal and well recorded; bass lines are greatly filling the gap between guitars and drums; which has been supported with almost maniacal drumming comprised of excellent drum fills and double pedal rhythms. The entire record is made to sound slow, heavy, evil, but with lots of dynamics which are keeping the record interesting all the way through. Broken In Refraction has been supported by phenomenal abstract cover artwork comprised of various eerie characters, eyes and some other elements, totally covered with a layer of some grunge textures. Sanction made it once again and it’s up to you to pick between some good looking bundles, LP, CD or digital release which has been published by Pure Noise Records.