Century Media Records has set a May 31 release date for the new BRAND NEW SIN full-length album, entitled "Recipe For Disaster". The CD release will be preceded by a series of performances alongside rock legends MOTÖRHEAD and CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, kicking off March 9 in Sayreville, N.J. In conjunction with the tour, the band will release a low-priced four-track EP titled "Black And Blue", which will be available starting in March at select independent retailers.The title track, "Black And Blue" (mp3), will serve as the first single from "Recipe For Disaster"; the other three songs will be exclusive to the EP. The group recently shot a video for "Black And Blue" with acclaimed director Dale Resteghini (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, HATEBREED); click here to check out stills from the shoot. BRAND NEW SIN are currently wrapping up a two-week tour of the Southeast and were recently added to a slew of new MOTÖRHEAD shows, along with two special gigs with LIFE OF AGONY late next month.
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