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"Gun-slinging all-star melodic, gothabilly-punk, alternative rock that plays like a journey through a dark western."
"Sounds like somebody threw The 69 Eyes, HIM, and Sisters of Mercy into a blender and hit the mix speed; then added clever rockabilly meets catchy country pop."
Bio--The SINS emerged in 2001 as a post-punk entity inspired by early British bands such as The Sisters of Mercy and The Mission U.K.; as well as American rock legends ranging from Danzig to The Doors; and Black Sabbath. Since their inception, The SINS have consistently captivated audiences with dynamic stage presence, vigorous showmanship, and strikingly powerful music.
With members from various backgrounds and disciplines, The SINS boldly paved their own musical path, combining the familiar sounds of the past with their own edgy modern day rock influences. The result is a fascinating blend of genres and sounds from the middle-east-influenced tones of "Ecstasy in Oblivion" to the punk feel of "So Many Ways", to the darker, more melodic vibe of tracks like "Little Girl Lost" and "Nothing.
The SINS 2002 debut CD, "The Beginning" quickly became a subculture favorite, spun by underground DJs from coast to coast, as well as in Europe and all over the world. 2005 marked the unleashing of a heavier, more guitar-based sound with the release of the acclaimed full-length follow-up, "The Last One Kills", hailed by Gothic Beauty Magazine as "a fun and original take on post-punk rock" and "rebelliously motivating." Following a much deserved break, the SINS returned to record what fans would deem as "The Undone", their third album in 2010.
With renewed vigor and a re-energized fan base, one of the most prolific bands in the underground music scene has returned in full force. The SINS continue to break the rules and defy the genres; from guitar-driven dark rock to brooding power ballads to Countrified Americana with electric fiddle -- The SINS are back with a magnum opus that offers it all!!
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