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Brand New Sin Announces New Singer

Posten on: 2008-06-27 00:05:38

BRAND NEW SIN has issued the following update: "BRAND NEW SIN is back! After almost five months, their hunt for a new vocalist has led them to Joe Sweet from Utica, NY. Joe is the former singer of NINE BALL, which later became NINE STORIES HIGH. Known as the front man of JOMAMA and the FUNKDADDY'S AND JOMAMA and the SOULTRANE, Mr. Sweet is also well known as the organizer of the annual Utica Music Fest, hosting over 150 up-and-coming national music acts. BRAND NEW SIN will debut their new sound at Operation Metal Siege June 14th at Peggy O'Neill's, Coney Island, NY."

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Brand New Sin begins writing new album

Posten on: 2008-06-27 00:05:38

Century Media's Brand New Sin has experienced a whirlwind of success lately. The group recently finished touring with metal legends Motorhead, Corrosion of Conformity, Life of Agony, and Black Label Society. The video for their single "Days Are Numbered" is in rotation with the Headbangers Ball, Much Music, and throughout the internet. This success is due in part to their album "Recipe For Disaster." The group is seeking to expand on the legacy the said album has created. Brand New Sin has reported they have begun writing for the next album. Vocalist, Joe Altier provided the following progress report: "I want to thank everyone for 2005. We got to tour with Motorhead, COC, LOA, BLS, and make good friends with all the guys in Mercy Clinic, Bloodsimple, Scum Of The Earth, Society 1, Dog Faced Gods. I want to thank my band mates, crew and our families for once again being there for me (us) thru everything, all the extended sin family for housing us, getting us drunk, and plain just making us feel at home wherever we go. We will continue to make music, so hopefully you will keep coming out to see us. "The main focus right now is writing the follow up to Recipe For Disaster. We will hopefully be recording this spring and the boys and me are hard at work once again 5 nights a week hammering out some new tunes. We will spend the next two months writing and demoing new material. We are very excited! I promise to keep everyone updated on the progress and news about this in the coming weeks. And as the hometown show goers know this record is being fueled by Tequila so you better watch out."

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Brand New Sin To Release New Album October 3rd

Posten on: 2008-06-27 00:05:38

New York quintet Brand New Sin have returned with a voracious hard rock assault in Tequila, which is set for an October 3rd release via Century Media Records. An MP3 of "Motormeth" from new album is available here. Joe Altier (vocals) further describes what "Motormeth" is all about: "The inspiration behind 'Motormeth' was to create a song that hits you in the face and just keeps going. It's BRAND NEW SIN through and through. The song is based on the people in your life that push you to your absolute brink of anger and then reap what they sow. It fits perfectly on our new album, Tequila, which perfectly captures our raw energy. Hopefully, everyone finds the new tunes as 'intoxicating' as we do. We feel that a lot of bands nowadays make things sound too polished, and we have been told for years that our albums are good but our live shows are much better, so that's what we went for. See ya soon." Soon after completing a six-week nationwide tour as direct support to Black Label Society last fall, Brand New Sin entered Method of Groove studios in Brooklyn with producer Joey Z (Life of Agony, Stereomud) to begin tracking Tequila. They've emerged with an album sure to stand the test of time. The disc, mastered by the acclaimed George Marino (Metallica, AC/DC, Guns N' Roses) at Sterling Sound, also features a guest vocal appearance by Peter Steele (Type O Negative) on the track "Reaper Man" and is the perfect representation of what this group is ultimately capable of creating. The group also recently recorded a new version of the entrance theme music for Big Show, the 7-foot, 500-pound ECW wrestler. The theme, "Crank It Up," was first heard on the compilation CD WWE: Wreckless Intent, which debuted at #8 on the Billboard charts.

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Brand New Sin completes new album

Posten on: 2008-06-27 00:05:38

New York quintet Brand New Sin have returned with a voracious hard rock assault laden with soaring, captivating melodies and crushing anthems that are sure to get anyone's blood flowing and fists pumping. This highly anticipated new offering, Tequila, will also further establish them as one of rock's premiere tandems. The album is set for an October 3rd release. Soon after completing a six-week nationwide tour as direct support to Black Label Society last fall, Brand New Sin entered Method of Groove studios in Brooklyn with producer Joey Z (Life of Agony, Stereomud) to begin tracking Tequila. They've emerged with an album sure to stand the test of time. The disc, mastered by the acclaimed George Marino (Metallica, AC/DC, Guns N' Roses) at Sterling Sound, also features a guest vocal appearance by Peter Steele (Type O Negative) on the track "Reaper Man" and is the perfect representation of what this group is ultimately capable of creating. The group also recently recorded a new version of the entrance theme music for Big Show, the 7-foot, 500-pound ECW wrestler. The theme, "Crank It Up," was first heard on the compilation CD WWE: Wreckless Intent, which debuted at #8 on the Billboard charts. Joe Altier (vocals) checks in with the following report: "The album is now complete. We recorded this album live as a band, and we think it perfectly captures our raw energy. Hopefully, everyone finds the new tunes as 'intoxicating' as we do. We feel that a lot of bands nowadays make things sound too polished, and we have been told for years that our albums are good but our live shows are much better, so that's what we went for."

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Brand New Sin and Century Media part ways

Posten on: 2008-06-27 00:05:38

Brand New Sin and Century Media Records have officially parted ways. The Syracuse rock band released two full-length albums with the label after joining their roster in 2004. They are now seeking a new label home.

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