Former TWISTED METHOD Frontman/DOPE Bassist Releases 'Club Criminal' Video

"Club Criminal", the new video from former TWISTED METHOD frontman/DOPE bassist Derek "Tripp" Tribbett (a.k.a. Sinister) — who also happens to be the younger brother of MUDVAYNE/HELLYEAH guitarist Greg Tribbett — can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Ryan Hamblin and was edited by Ryan Whisenant.

According to The Boot, Sinister, a native of Florida, compares his solo material to "a cross between Lady Gaga, Lenny Kravitz, Justin Timberlake and Lil Wayne."

Sinister was one of the contestants competing on VH1's "Rock of Love" spin-off show "Daisy of Love", which premiered last April. He also recently collaborated with country singer John Rich, who stated about Sinister, "He's an incredible singer, songwriter and entertainer. He is hunting down a major record deal and is right on the heels of some serious stuff musically."


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