BRAND NEW SIN: Debut Album To Be Reissued
BRAND NEW SIN's long-out-of-print debut album (originally released in June 2002) is being reissued by Century Media Records on May 16, featuring all-new artwork and videos for the tracks "My World", "SPP" and "Judgement Day". You can pre-order the CD at this location.
BRAND NEW SIN is featured on "WWE: Wreckless Intent", a knock-out compilation of World Wrestling Entertainment's superstars' entrance theme music performed by today's hottest hardcore rock, alternative and hip-hop artists, due on May 23 via Columbia Records. Also appearing on the CD are P.O.D., MOTÖRHEAD, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and SHADOWS FALL, among others. More information is available at this location.
BRAND NEW SIN recently completed a highly successful U.S. tour with BLACK LABEL SOCIETY. The group are now in full songwriting mode for the follow-up to the critically acclaimed "Recipe For Disaster" album. Their video for the single "Days Are Numbered" (view clip here), shot by Dale Resteghini (SHADOWS FALL, HATEBREED), is currently in rotation on "Headbanger's Ball" and can also be viewed on AOL Music, Music Choice and Yahoo!.
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