SINNER: 'Die On Command' Video Posted Online

Artist-photographer Katja Piolka has created a video for the SINNER song "Die on Command", using stop-motion photography. Watch it at this location. The track comes off the German hard rock band's 2003 album "There Will Be Execution".

Piolka has previously created cover art for such acts as LEAVES' EYES, AGATHODAIMON, ATROCITY, DAWN and TRAIL OF TEARS. More information is available at www.piolka.com.

SINNER — the German band featuring PRIMAL FEAR bassist Mat Sinner, his FEAR bandmate Tom Naumann (guitars), Frank Rössler (keyboards), METALIUM's Matte Lange (guitars) and former PRIMAL FEAR drummer Klaus Sperling — is currently at Leon studio near Stuttgart with the engineering team of Achim Köhler and Samson Geiger recording its new album, entitled "Mask of Sanity", for a January 19, 2007 release through MTM Music.

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