German rockers SINNER — who are led by PRIMAL FEAR bassist Mat Sinner — have released the official video for "Tequila Suicide", the title track of their forthcoming album. Check it out below.
Due on March 31 via AFM, "Tequila Suicide" was produced by Mat Sinner, and co-produced, mixed and engineered by Dennis Ward. The album features Tom Naumann (PRIMAL FEAR), Alexander Scholpp (TARJA) on guitars, Francesco Jovino (PRIMAL FEAR) on drums, plus special guests Sascha Krebs, Kolinda Brozovic, Gus G. (FIREWIND, OZZY OSBOURNE), Ricky Warwick (BLACK STAR RIDERS), Pete Lincoln (THE SWEET), Neil Witchard and Magnus Karlsson (PRIMAL FEAR).
"Tequila Suicide" track listing:
01. Go Down Fighting 02. Tequila Suicide 03. Road To Hell 04. Dragons 05. Battle Hill 06. Sinner Blues 07. Why 08. Gypsy Rebels 09. Loud & Clear 10. Dying On A Broken Heart
Digipack bonus tracks:
11. House Of Rock 12. Monday Morning 13. I Am
SINNER's album of re-recorded versions of the best songs from the band's early years, "Touch Of Sin 2" (in a nod to SINNER's 1985 album, "Touch Of Sin"), was released in August 2013 via AFM.
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