3 Sinners Revisited
"Judgement Day" (1997) One of Sinner's best works. The album is often called the starting point of the band's "modern era", with stylistic improvements reaching far beyond Sinner's previous releases. Heavy and energetic, "Judgement Day" delivers all the goods a proper heavy metal production should – catchy melodies, strong groove, memorable riffs and a bit of old-school rock'n'roll feeling to boost. Needless to say that tracks such as "School of Hard Knocks", "Used to the Truth", "Streets of Sin" and "Deathwalker" are still fan favorites. New edition includes 2 bonus tracks!
"The Nature of Evil" (1998) The album developed the ideas from "Judgement Day", adding even more variety and taking Sinner's music to a higher level. Such outstanding songs like "Devil's River" (dubbed the heaviest tune the band ever recorded), the Megadeth-sounding "Faith and Conviction" and "A Question of Honour" (with guest vocal performance by Ralf Scheepers) prove the band's prime form. On top of that, Sinner managed to record their version of Thin Lizzy's "The Sun Goes Down" – a brilliant interpretation of a timeless classic. All in all, "Nature of Evil" became Sinner's most successful work to date, reaching number 63 on the German album charts. New edition includes 3 bonus tracks!
"There Will Be Execution" (2003)One of the finest albums in the band's discography. Terrific riffs, superb melodies and brilliant songwriting – all of these pieces fit together in this heavy metal work of art. With such tunes as the up tempo "Higher Level of Violence", slower-paced "River" and the energetic title track, the group couldn't go wrong – "There Will Be Execution" is truly an album worth knowing. New edition includes 3 bonus tracks!
Sinner's re-issues will be available in a digipak edition, digitally remastered using 24-Bit process on a golden disc. Each title is limited to 1000 copies. Metal Mind Productions will release the albums on 6th July in Europe and 11th August in USA (via MVD).
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