Sinn – Sinn [2007]

PhotobucketCountry USA          Style Glam/Hard Rock

Rating 85/100

Band Members
Tommy Krash – Vocals, Guitars, Johnny Tuscadero – Drums, Mick Spacy – Guitars, Matthew Scott – Bass, Jim Jones – Drums, Dave Weakly – Guitars, Matt Nardo – Bass

Tracks
1. Drivin’, 2. Can’t leave you alone, 3. Find a way, 4. Someday, 5. Give it to me good, 6. 8 Days, 7. Judge, 8. Gotta girl, 9. Crazy, 10. 10 Seconds to love, 11. Look what the cat dragged in

Profile Tommy Krash is a reclusive producer and glam-metal guitarist/vocalist who has played in several bands going back to the late 1980s. Tommy filled in on lead guitar on the summer 2007 Britny Fox American tour. Tommy played rhythm guitar for the group Gun Shy, a New Jersey based metal band that released After Dark, an album produced by Michael Kelly Smith of Britny Fox. He also played lead guitar for American Sugar Bitch, also of New Jersey.

Krash has provided lead guitar/lead vocals for his group, Sinn, for the past eight years. Sinn is considered a hard rock band influenced by glam and sleaze-metal. Sinn has recorded two albums including 2005’s Jailbait and 2007’s Can’t Leave You Alone. Sinn was known as “Dead Star Factory” but creative differences sidetracked the band’s original intent and Krash reverted the name.

The band has had lineup changes over the years, the only other constant member being bassist Mick Spacy. There have been times where Spacy has quit/been fired but has always been part of the active lineup. Drummers have included Al Hoke, Matthew Scott, Jim Jones, and Johnny Tuscedero though Al Hoke has never recorded with the band nor played live. Only Scott and Tuscedero have played live with the band.

This brand new compact as well researched, is known as “Can not leave you alone” gives us a shot of glam sleaze how well we do in our times, where this style is half and under and each disk edited it to add value, we do not know how much you can last.

Tommy’s voice is perfect for those who love this genre, is well within the watershed Faster Pussycat, Pretty Boy Floyd, and of course the instrumental part is directly within the same line. The bases are somewhat accelerated in one or two issues limiting the glam punk, but always in a good wave glam and thunderous guitars and crushing it.

For those who consider themselves fans glammys and sleaze glam or hair metal, would be a ‘sin’ does not have this CD in their collections and give them a bonus, listen to the version of Poison “Look what the cat dragged in” more sleaze that the original!

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