Sinner - Judgement Day (1996) (Limited Remastered Digipak Edition 2009)

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Sinner - Judgement Day (1996) (Limited Remastered Digipak Edition 2009)

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Sinner - Judgement Day (1996) (Limited Remastered Digipak Edition 2009)

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Year : 1996 (Limited Remastered Digipak Edition 2009)
Style : Melodic Hard Rock , Melodic Heavy Metal
Country : Germany
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 169 mb


Bio:

Sinner are a German heavy metal band formed by vocalist and bassist Mat Sinner in 1982 (who later joined Primal Fear). They were part of the German heavy/speed/power metal scene. Their latest album, One Bullet Left, was released in 2011.Based in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Sinner released their first album, Wild'n'Evil in 1982. This album, along with the next two (Fast Decision and Danger Zone) were raw affairs, having little in common with the melodic metal they would later become known for. After many personnel changes (including drummer Edgar Patrik leaving to join Bonfire), the band saw the addition of Accept's Herman Frank on guitars and the release of Touch of Sin in 1985. Frank would leave before the next album, 1986's Comin' Out Fighting, with future U.D.O. guitarist Mathias Dieth replacing him.1987 saw the release of Dangerous Charm, a much more melodic album than previous efforts, but shortly after this the band took a break and wouldn't be heard of again for five years.In 1990 Mat Sinner released a solo album called Back to the Bullet on BMG with a completely new band. Three members of the Mat Sinner band reformed Sinner and released No More Alibis in 1992, an album far heavier than anything Sinner had released before. This renewed vigour coupled with songwriting that far exceeded the band's previous releases not only carried on but strengthened with Respect in 1994 and Bottom Line in 1995, the latter staying in the Japanese national charts for five weeks. Since the reformation the band's reputation had improved immensely, touring as support for bands such as Mr. Big and Savatage as well as headlining their own German tour and releasing a live album. Sinner were to reach even higher peaks though, releasing two hugely successful albums with Judgement Day in 1997 and The Nature of Evil in 1998 before touring Europe as support for rock giants Deep Purple. The Nature of Evil was the band's most successful album to date, reaching No. 63 in the German album charts.In 1998 Mat Sinner and Tom Naumann, who had been with Sinner since their reformation in 1992 formed Primal Fear with ex-Gamma Ray vocalist Ralf Scheepers. Mat Sinner has been involved as a driving force in both Sinner and Primal Fear to this day.Sinner album sales have never been spectacular: it is estimated they sold less than 150,000 copies of their first three releases. The band's six and seven track albums of the 90s, Respect and Bottom Line, sold less than 200,000 combined and without any real advertising except that of word of mouth. Sinner's fourth full-length album, Judgement Day, received fair reviews but again had little advertising put into it as the band spent most of its money on recording. Sinner's Nature of Evil released in 1998 proved to be the band's most successful original album with over 100,000 copies sold. Nature of Evil was advertised heavily on the internet mostly on German Music web sites.In 1998 and 1999 Sinner released two compilation albums, the first was Emerald Collection containing many tracks from Danger Zone and Comin' Out Fighting. The second compilation album, which contained three songs from Bottom Line, three songs from Nature of Evil, four songs from Judgement Day, two from live recording and three new released songs, was called The Second Decade. The Second Decade became Sinner's best selling album, most of which were bought on Ebay. The Second Decade by Sinner until 2005 was the only album available for sale on Ebay and proved to be an international success. The Second Decade brought new fans to Europe primarily from Latin America, Japan, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Poland and Greece.The End of Sanctuary and There Will Be Execution are currently Sinner's only 21st century albums selling good and entered the German album charts.To date Sinner has released seventeen albums and sold over a million records worldwide.

Mat Sinner (1987)

In 2000 the band saw its first line-up change in five years as several members left, including guitarist Tom Naumann while ex-Helloween and Gamma Ray's Uli Kusch filled in on drums for The End of Sanctuary. However, in 2003 the previous 1995–1999 line-up renewed itself and released There Will Be Execution before going quiet again for four years. In the past nine years the band had released six albums, each as good, if not better than the last, proving to be the band's most successful period. This success would continue, as after releasing two more albums with Primal Fear, an album with his pre-Sinner band Goddess Shiva and guesting on Tribuzy's debut album, Mat Sinner brought Sinner back to release Mask of Sanity in 2007. This album spawned two popular singles in "Diary of Evil" and "Black" and included a faithful rendition of Thin Lizzy's "Baby Please Don't Go".

Album:

Digitally remastered and expanded digipak edition of their 1998 album includes three bonus tracks. Sinner is one of the most famous and respected names on the German Heavy Metal scene. With nearly 30 years on stage and 17 albums on their account, the band still keeps serving their fans breathtaking music and stunning live performances. This exclusive reissue of one of Sinners best albums Judgement Day, brings the spotlight back on this true legendary Metal outfit. German metal titans Sinner regrouped in 1997 and delivered this strong release Judgement Day, with reknowned studio wiz Keith Olsen handling the mixing alonside the production of band leader, bassist, and singer Mat Sinner. The end result was another platter of extremely solid heavy metal, full of catchy tunes, bone crunching guitar, and plenty of fist banging arrangements. The line-up for this album was Sinner on bass & vocals, Tom Naumann on guitar, Frank Roessler on keyboards, Alex Beyrodt on guitar, and Fritz Randow on drums, and together they delivered another powerful metal statement. Kicks ass tunes such as "Used to the Truth", "White Lightning", the symphonic metal epic "Judgement Day", the pinch harmonic jacked "Jump the Gun", the progressive "Streets of Sin", and the absolute party metal anthem "School of Hard Knocks" are just a few of the memorable tracks on this sledgehammer album. Naumann & Beyrodt were a killer guitar team, churning out a non-stop barrage of super crunchy riffage and blazing leads at every juncture-just listen to their down & dirty power chords that permeate the nasty bonus track "Had Enough", an almost Thin Lizzy-ish piece littered with pinch harmonic squeals and tasty solos, Mat Sinner's thick bass work pumping alonside the riffs while his effective vocals delivered the metal message.Metal Mind's remaster job does this fine album justice, as the songs on Judgement Day sound powerful and crisp. The packaging is in their standard digipack, complete with a full color booklet and essay on the band. If you've never discovered this criminally overlooked German metal band, the recent reissues from Metal Mind of arguably the band's best material is the perfect way to dive in.

Line-Up:

Mat Sinner - Vocals, Bass (1980-present) - See also: Goddess Shiva, Kiske / Somerville, Primal Fear, Voodoo Circle, Mat Sinner, ex-Rick Renstrom, ex-Scheepers (live), ex-Beast of Prey, ex-Cans
Alex Beyrodt - Guitars
Tom Naumann - Guitars
Fritz Randow - Drums
Frank Rössler - Keyboards

Tracklist:

01. Smoke & Mirror 01:41 (Instrumental)
02. Used To The Truth 04:59
03. Troublemaker 03:53
04. White Lightning 03:59
05. Judgement Day 08:50
06. Jump The Gun 04:06
07. Streets Of Sin 07:20
08. Pray For Mercy 04:35
09. Blue Tattoo 03:10
10. School Of Hard Knocks 05:12
11. Deathwalker 03:23
12. The Fugitive 04:08
13. The River Runs Dry 07:51 (Bonus Track)
14. Hard Enough 05:15 (Bonus Track)

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