23:16 - Czerny Reiter I only have III in physical format and have listened to Sentinel and Gnosis. Didn't seem like it would warrant delving much further.
23:13 - 3rdWorld Yeah I agree on it. It is mostly a problem with his latest for me. His early 2 albums were really sweet.
23:08 - Czerny Reiter I appreciate what the guy aims to achieve, but it is way too meandering and the BM parts are not that engaging. Gorgeous ambiences do compensate somewhat, but the heavier sections are often jarring or plain uninspired.
23:01 - 3rdWorld Spectral Lore is awesome bm. Probably my favourite track from them. Highly recommended. [link]
Bassist/vocalist Mat Sinner, the brainchild of Sinner, has posted some news regarding the band's future plans. The heavy metallers Sinner have signed a booking agreement with Continental Concerts & Management GmbH and they have a new album and tour for 2016 in the making.
Frontiers Music will release Level 10's debut album, Chapter One, in Europe on January 23rd and in North America on January 27th. The album will feature 12 songs. Level 10 is a collaboration between American powerhouse singer Russell Allen (Symphony X, Adrenaline Mob, Allen/Lande) and German vocalist/bassist Mat Sinner (Primal Fear, Sinner). A trailer for the record is available below. Are you interested?
Germans Sinner are pleased to present the new official music video "Don't Believe A Word", which is now available for viewing below. The song is taken from their upcoming new release Touch Of Sin 2, to be out this week, on the 30th of August in Europe and September 10th in North America via AFM Records.
German heavy metallers Sinner led by Mat Sinner (Primal Fear's bassist) will soon release Touch Of Sin 2 on the 30th of August in Europe and September 10th in North America via AFM Records, and the band has offered up their new version of the song ''Comin' Out Fighting'' for us to hear. You can watch the lyric video below.
"Back On Trail", the new video from German heavy rockers Sinner, can be seen below. The clip was filmed in Nürnberg, Germany.
"Back On Trail" comes off Sinner's new album, One Bullet Left, which is scheduled for release on September 9 via AFM Records. The CD was recorded in Stuttgart, Germany with Mat Sinner producing and Achim Köhler engineering.
Guitarist Henny Wolter left both Primal Fear and Sinner yesterday. Wolter issued the following update on his MySpace:
"I have quit Primal Fear and Sinner because it just didn´t feel like a band anymore. I am looking forward to work with my buddies Klaus Sperling (drums in Sinnger, ex-Primal Fear, ex-Mystic Prophecy) and singer Oimel Larcher in my new band Nitrogods. It's a mean little threepiece and we are working on the debut album wich should be released in early 2011."
An official statement from the Primal Fear camp reads as follows:
"Online mags reporting the "news" after a blog posting from Henny today, that he's not a member of Primal Fear anymore. All we have to add - yes it's true and the split happened seven weeks ago. There was no reason for us to make a sensational headline or badmouth eachother. We feel sorry about this, but we have no more comments on the situation.
Sinner have issued the following update on their official MySpace:
"The final part of the recording saga of "Crash & Burn" was delivered to the record company over the weekend. The master of the Limited Edition, with two brandnew bonus tracks, the video clip for the song "Revolution" & the digipak desgin.
The final album contains 11 tracks and here's the tracklist:
01. Crash & Burn
02. Break The Silence
03. The Dog
04. Heart Of Darkness
07. Fist To Face
08. Until It Hurts
09. Little Head
11. Like A Rock
The album was produced by Mat Sinner & Henny Wolter @ The House Of Music studios and aside of the band, there are guest appearances by Dirty Sanchez (percussion), Dennis Ward (backing vocals & percussion & Nena (backing vocals). The Limited Edition will be delivered in a nice digipak and includes two bonus tracks "One Night Only" (written by Mat Sinner & Magnus Karlsson) and "Fast Decision 2008", yes THE Fast Decision - created under bizarre circumstances, as AFM Records A&R representant Markus & drummer Klaus forced Mat in the studio, to record a new version of the forgotten jewel again. Mat was irritated about their sick idea first, but after some shots of booze, Mat agreed to sing this song for one last time. Finally, we've added the funky video clip for the song "Revolution" to the Limited one.
The following message has been posted on the official Mat Sinner website:
"Well, we can announce one of the rare Sinner shows today and it's already around the corner. The band will appear on March 8th at the Komma, Esslingen/Germany to kick ass @ the 3rd ROW Festival, a now traditional and established charity festival, organized by some close friends incl. former Sinner drummer Ralf Schulz. Check out their website here!
In other news, the songwriting for Sinner's new album "Crash & Burn" is in full swing. A first songwriting session with Henny Wolter was unbelievable creative and we wrote some cool stuff, with a smile on our faces and a great foundation for more forthcoming sessions. Klaus & Christof are writing too at the moment. Next week, my friend Igor Gianola (UDO etc.) is coming to my studio, because we have some cool ideas for the new Sinner album and I'm writing with Ronny Milianowicz & company again. The target is loud & clear - the new Sinner album and the first for AFM Records will be a steaming, rocking and very traditional heavy rock album! We plan to start the recordings in late March for a September 2008 release! Later this month In addition, I will record some bass tracks for Alex Beyrodt's first solo album!
Sinner's new video for the song 'Black', taken from their new "Mask Of Sanity" album, is available on frontman Mat Sinner's official MySpace page. Go to this location to check it out.
The clip directed by Katja Piolka, who is also repsonsible for the band's recently released 'Diary Of Evil' video, which can also be found at the same location.
The new video for the song "Diary Of Evil" was posted on Mat Sinner's MySpace and will be featured in the limited edition of "Mask Of Sanity". There's also a trailer by MTM Music regarding the new album posted on the band's page. The new album will be released today (19 January 2007).
A personally signed limited edition copy of "Mask Of Sanity" can be pre-ordered now.
Sinner — the German band featuring Primal Fear bassist Mat Sinner, his Fear bandmate Tom Naumann (guitars), Frank Rössler (keyboards), and former Primal Fear drummer Klaus Sperling — has announced the addition of second guitarist Christof Leim of The Traceelords to the group's ranks.
Commented the band: "Welcome, Christof. We're proud to have you on board and let's have some metal and fun in the future!"
Leim performed with Sinner during the band's October 7 appearance in Reichenbach, Germany alongside Primal Fear, Chinchilla and Targa.
Sinner is currently at Leon studio near Stuttgart with the engineering team of Achim Köhler and Samson Geiger mixing its new album, entitled "Mask of Sanity", for a January 19, 2007 release through MTM Music.
Primal Fear and Sinner - both featuring bassist/songwriter Mat Sinner - will join forces and appear for the first time on the same stage on the same night at H20 in Reichenbach (near Stuttgart), Germany. The gig is scheduled for October 7th.
This "German Mega Event" will include a convention and a party with the bands, promoters and fans from Europe and around the world.
According to MTM Music, Sinner have signed to the label and are due to release a new album in September. The band line-up features Primal Fear bassist Mat Sinner and his PF bandmate Tom Naumann (guitars), Frank Rössler (keyboards), Metalium's Matte Lange (guitars) and former Primal Fear drummer Klaus Sperling. The new album is slated for a January 2007 release.
MTM president Mario Lehmann has issued the following statement: "I'm really pround and especially happy about this signing and that a metal legend like Mat Sinner decided to release his next Sinner album on MTM Music. With Mask Of Sanity we will not only please the traditional friends of hardrock, but also a lot of metalfans!"