SINNER Mainman: 'We Are Very Happy About The New Songs' And 'The Vibe'

SINNER, the veteran German metal oufit led by Mat Sinner (PRIMAL FEAR), has finished recording its new album, "Crash & Burn", for a September 19 release via AFM Records.

Commented Sinner: "The last tone is recorded, the rough mixes are done! The harddrive is delivered to Achim Khler's studio where the mixes and mastering will be done in early May. We are very happy about the new songs, the vibe and we are sure you will like the album too! It was so much fun to record the album, you can see on a photo from the photo session with Katja Piolka.

"We will decide now which 11 songs will end up on the official album, which two songs will be our bonus tracks, the video clip and some cool ideas for a limited edition. Stay tuned for an update from the mixing session!

"'Crash & Burn' was produced by Mat Sinner and Henny Wolter, co-produced and engineered by Dennis Ward. Drums: Klaus Sperling, Guitars: Henny Wolter and Christof Leim, Bass and Vocals: Mat Sinner plus backing vocals by Mat, Henny, Dennis Ward and Since Zero and some fabulous percussion by Dirty Sanchez!"

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Check out pictures from the recording sessions at this location.

Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Heart Of Darkness", "Crash & Burn", "Connection", "Break The Silence", "Revolution", "Like A Rock", "Unbreakable", "One Night Only" and "The Dog"."

Watch SINNER's "Black" video:


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