A brand new video interview with New York's BRAND NEW SIN, conducted recently by Possum from Altitude TV's "Metalogy 101" show, has been posted online at YouTube.BRAND NEW SIN is continuing to promote its acclaimed new album "Tequila". The group last year shot a video for the new track "Motormeth" in its hometown of Syracuse in front of over 2,000 rabid fans. The clip is now available on the Century Media YouTube page. "Tequila" was recorded at Method of Groove studios in Brooklyn with producer Joey Z (LIFE OF AGONY, STEREOMUD). The disc, mastered by the acclaimed George Marino (METALLICA, AC/DC, GUNS N' ROSES) at Sterling Sound, features a guest vocal appearance by Peter Steele (TYPE O NEGATIVE) on the track "Reaper Man". The group also 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 No. 8 on the Billboard chart.
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