SIN DEALER Completing Work On New Album

SIN DEALER, the band featuring members of SEA OF GREEN, SONS OF OTIS, EDWIN and PLASMA BLAST, will be working at Q Music in Toronto over the month of February to finish vocals and guitar overdubs on the 11 new songs that were recorded last month at Escarpment Sound. Frontman Eric Kuthe says, "We’re almost done and ready to mix. I just want to spend a little more time on the vocals for this new CD to really show the progress I have made over the last few years and Ron, the guitar player, is a perfectionist who is always tweaking things with his tracks. We'll be finished all the tracking over the course of this month and we will start mixing in March so we can get the CD out by May".

In the mean time go to www.myspace.com/sindealer to hear a "rough mix version" of the song "Betrayal".

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