SIN DEALER Begins Mixing New CD

SIN DEALER, the band featuring members of SEA OF GREEN, SONS OF OTIS, EDWIN and PLASMA BLAST, has begun mixing its new CD, titled "Going Down", at Q Music in Toronto, ON. Guitarist Ron Bechard checks in from the studio and comments: "Before we even started mixing the tracks they were already so heavy that it was hard to imagine them getting any thicker and fuller but Gary Honess (I MOTHER EARTH, BURNING THE DAY, SEA OF GREEN) who's engineering the songs is pulling it off. This is the best CD I have ever been a part of and we're all wearing these new songs proudly on our sleeves. We worked hard on this new CD and it shows. I think we're going to surprise anyone out there who has any preconceived ideas of what we're going to sound like, a lot can happen in two years".

SIN DEALER will be posting updated versions of the new track "Betrayal" at its MySpace page as the mix progresses. A new version is available now.


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