S.I.N.: Japanese Release Date Announced For New Album
German/Norwegian hard rockers S.I.N. (SOMEWHERE INTO NOWHERE) have completed work on their third album. "Mix and master went very well, and we are really happy with the result," the band writes on its web site. "Our Japanese label Marquee/Avalon will release our new record to the Asia market on September 21st. Please stay tuned for more updates like the announcement of title, artwork and tracklist."
S.I.N. previously stated about the upcoming CD, "This album will be the first conceptional album in the band's history and we gathered some friends around us to contribute some great parts.
"Beside our new frontman Patrick Simonsen, also known from Norwegian rockers HUSH, you will also hear Carsten 'Lizard' Schulz (EVIDENCE ONE, ROGER STAFFELBACH, ex-DOMAIN), Connie 'Conor' Andreszka (CABAL, CIRCLE OF PAIN, CRYSTAL BALL) and Renee Walker (female American rock singer). Boban Milojevic (SNAKE EYE, WICKED SENSATION) has contributed some additional background vocals."
S.I.N.'s sophomore album, "Equilibrium", was released in 2005 through Metal Heaven Records.
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