8THSIN To Release Debut Album This Month

8THSIN, the new project led by IT (a.k.a. Tony Särkkä, WAR, ABRUPTUM, OPHTHTALAMIA, VONDUR), will release their debut album, "Sinners Inc.", on October 25 via Black Lodge Records.

"Sinners Inc." was recorded and mixed at Sin Studios by Michael Bohlin and was mastered at Polar Studios by Henrik Jonsson.

"Sinners Inc." track listing:

01. Karaoke Life
02. Hello Japan
03. Sometimes & Othertimes
04. Trip Trap
05. Eastern Empress
06. Dreamqueen
07. Sex FX
08. Sister
09. Money
10. Sinners
11. The Eight Sins, Part I

"8THSIN is far from IT's earlier projects as both the image and music have changed dramatically," according to an official press release. "Only the power remains. Today the music is hard to label, but basically 8THSIN is about traditional hard rock with elements from thrash metal and electronic music. Something you have probably never heard before."

For more information, visit www.8thsin.biz.


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