SINNER: 'One Bullet Left' EPK Released

An EPK (Electronic Press Kit) for "One Bullet Left", the new album from German heavy rockers SINNER, can be seen below. Due on September 9 via AFM Records, the CD was recorded in Stuttgart, Germany with Mat Sinner producing and Achim Khler engineering.

"One Bullet Left" track listing:

01. The One You Left Behind
02. Back On Trail
03. Give & Take
04. One Bullet Left
05. 10 2 Death
06. Haunted
07. Atomic Playboys
08. Suicide Mission
09. Wake Me When I'm Sober
10. Mind Over Matter
11. Mend To Be Broken
12. Rolling Away

SINNER recently finished filming a video for the song "Back On Trail" in Nrnberg, Germany.

SINNER's revamped lineup features mainman Mat Sinner (PRIMAL FEAR) and guitarist Christof Leim (THE NEW BLACK) along with Alex Scholpp (TARJA, FARMER BOYS) on guitar, Andr Hilgers (RAGE) on drums and Alex Beyrodt (PRIMAL FEAR, VOODOO CIRCLE) on third guitar.

SINNER's last album, "Crash & Burn", was released in September 2008 via AFM Records.

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