BRAND NEW SIN To Guest On FUSE's 'Metal Asylum'

Syracuse-based hard rock quintet BRAND NEW SIN will be the featured guests on Fuse's "Metal Asylum" on Thursday, July 7. The band, who are currently in the middle of a national U.S. tour with SCUM OF THE EARTH and SOCIETY 1, have just been confirmed for the Summer of Rock tour alongside DOG FACED GODS, SUPAGROUP and THE BLACK HALOS, which kicks off next month. Their new video for the track "Black And Blue", shot by acclaimed director Dale Resteghini (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, HATEBREED), is now in heavy rotation on "Metal Asylum" and MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball".

BRAND NEW SIN completed successful strings of dates alongside MOTÖRHEAD, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY and LIFE OF AGONY earlier this year in support of their critically acclaimed new full-length album, "Recipe for Disaster", available on Century Media Records. Look for the band to remain on the road consistently through the end of the year.


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