Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach and FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH bassist Chris Kael joined SIN CITY SINNERS on stage this past Wednesday, September 26 at Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada to perform a cover version of the JUDAS PRIEST classic "You've Got Another Thing Comin'". Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be seen below.
SIN CITY SINNERS earlier in the year announced its newest addition, actor/musician Zach Throne. Zach joins original SINNERS Todd Kerns (SLASH), Brent Muscat (FASTER PUSSYCAT) and Rob Cournoyer (RAGING SLAB).
SIN CITY SINNERS released its third album, "A Sinners' Christmas" late last year. It was recorded, mixed and mastered at Hit Track Studios in Las Vegas and produced by Brent Muscat and Tom Parham, and executive-produced by Jason Green.
In 2010, SIN CITY SINNERS released two CDs of original music, "Exile on Fremont Street" and the all-acoustic "Broken Record". The SINNERS' music video, "Goin' To Vegas", received the 32nd annual Telly Award and the track "Numb" was nominated for an AVN award for "Best Original Song".
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