Kryn are around since 2008 and hail from Croatia, which is actually not your typical Metal country. In their homeland, the guys have already built a good reputation but internationally, they are still unknown. After listening to “Scars Remind Me” I doubt that this will change any time soon. Actually, the album has its merits, for example, the great title track, some well-done choruses and the overall arrangements but there are also some drawbacks. One drawback is the characterization of the band´s musical style. Some Metal parts here, some Gothic Rock parts there and in between also some kind of Groove Core. In general, it is not a problem if music does not fit into existing genres but in this case, there´s a little bit of everything but nothing really dominates. In addition, the instrumental parts are only average. The same with vocalist, Karlo Horvat: He has quite an interesting voice and certainly knows how to sing but when listening to him for 54 minutes, it becomes monotonous and boring. All in all, this one is just average.