Sinsaenum (DragonForce, Ex-Slipknot, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Sacred Martyr” Feat. Lauren Hart (Once Human)

Sinsaenum (DragonForce, ex-Slipknot, etc.) have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Sacred Martyr.” This track features guest vocals from Lauren Hart (Once Human) and it will appear on the band’s new album “Repulsion For Humanity,“ which is set to be released August 10.

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Sinsaenum (DragonForce, Ex-Slipknot, Etc.) Premiere “Final Resolve” Music Video

Sinsaenum (DragonForce, ex-Slipknot, etc.) have premiered a new video for their song “Final Resolve.” This track is from the band’s new album “Repulsion For Humanity,“ which will be released August 10.

Frederic Leclercq (DragonForce) commented:

“It is still death metal, it’s undeniable. But we found it interesting to mix it with other elements that we all like. This is only one aspect of the album and what Sinsaenum is about – ‘Final Resolve’ is just an obvious first single due to its catchiness. Because yes, it is possible to play death metal and be catchy [laughs].”

Leclercq also added the following about Attila Csihar (Mayhem) who’s role has been limited this time around:

“Attila is still a member of Sinsaenum. He contributed to some backing vocals and lyrics but basically had to step out of this album/tour cycle. Nevertheless, he is still one of us. We have his full ‘blessings’ on the new recordings — we were in constant communication during the recording of Repulsion… and Sean did an amazing job on vocals.”

Csihar himself added:

“Ave Sin-Bloods! Because of my duties with my other bands, I could not take part as much as I wanted in the latest Sinsaenum recordings. But that does not mean that I stopped playing with the band — it is just temporary. Check out our new album because it will shave your goosebumps, it’s a frightmare!! We will never stop to open the depths of hell in your souls. Stay tuned and raise your demons!”

“Repulsion For Humanity” Track Listing:

01. “Repulsion For Humanity”
02. “Final Resolve”
03. “Sworn To Hell”
04. “I Stand Alone”
05. “Rise Of The Light Bearer”
06. “Manifestation Of Ignorance”
07. “Sacred Martyr”
08. “My Swan Song”
09. “Nuit Noire”
10. “Insects”
11. “Forsaken”

Tour Dates:

09/28 St. Brieuc, FRA – La Citrouille
09/29 Paris, FRA – TBA
09/30 Reims, FRA – La Cartonnerie
10/01 Esch Sur Alzette, LUX – Kulturfabrik
10/03 Hamburg, GER – Knust
10/04 Hannover, GER – Musikzentrum
10/05 Berlin, GER – L ido
10/06 Warsaw, POL – Proxima
10/07 Prague, CZE – Futurm
10/09 Munchen, GER – Backstage Werk
10/10 Budapest, GER – Durer Kert
10/11 Wien, AUT – Szene
10/12 Zug, SWI – Galvanik
10/13 Milan, ITA – Legend
10/14 St. Etienne, FRA – Le Fil
10/16 Colmar, FRA – Grillen
10/17 Stuttgart, GER – ClubCANN
10/18 Vosselaar, BEL – Biebob
10/19 London, UK – The Dome
10/20 Amstelveen, NET – P60
10/21 Copenhagen, DEN – Vega

Sinsaenum (DragonForce, Ex-Slipknot, Etc.) To Release New Album “Repulsion For Humanity” In August

Sinsaenum (DragonForce, ex-Slipknot, etc.) have announced that their new album “Repulsion For Humanity” will be released on August 10, via earMUSIC. The group are currently planning a September European tour in support of the effort.

Frédéric Leclercq (DragonForce) said the following:

“It’s radical, it’s violent, it’s angry — angrier. The new album is a continuation of Ashes. In terms of sound and style, we’ve added more influences to the mix. This album is 100% us — not aimed to please the masses, not following formulas, and not made to fit radio criteria. From the artwork to the lyrics, to the music itself, there isn’t an ounce of commercial compromise.”

Joey Jordison (ex-Slipknot, etc.) added:

“In a way Repulsion… almost feels like this is our first album, because I had the opportunity to record my drum tracks in France with the band present this time. Them giving me ideas, and being able to construct the tracks together as a band, made for a killer foundation for the rest to build upon. This album is lethal, and the songwriting has evolved immensely.”

Sean Zatorsky (Dååth, ex-Chimaira) also commented:

“This is by far the heaviest, brutal, most amazing album I’ve ever been a part of. The riffs are so fucking sick that they inspired me to vocally do things I have never been able to do but always wanted to — literally. I held nothing back because the music held nothing back.”

Sinsaenum (DragonForce, Ex-Slipknot, Etc.) Launch “A Taste Of Sin” Wine

Sinsaenum (DragonForce, Mayhem, ex-Slipknot, etc.) have joined forces with 666 Metal Wines to create “A Taste Of Sin” wine. A description of the beverage was posted on metal-wines.com:

The A TASTE OF SIN 2015 shines in a deep, dark red. The smell reveals plums and sweet cherries, which are supported by a smoky-spicy fragrance. The bouquet indicates maturation in French oak barrels. On the palate, raspberries and subtle roasted aromas pamper. A full-bodied wine with a pleasant draft and ripe tannins.

Frédéric Leclercq (DragonForce) commented:

“I actually discovered this wine producer last year at the Metal Hammer Awards in Berlin. I got really surprised by its quality, and when I found out it was called 666 Metal Wines, I was sold! Back home, I ordered a case, and that’s how things started.”

Stéphane Buriez added:

“Out of all the batches we tried, the 2015 is the one that caught both our attention and palate. We didn’t want to put our name on any wine just for the sake of it. We chose quality over quantity, as this is only a limited-edition release.”

Leclercq continued:

“A lot of bands have their own booze, beer, wine and whatnot, but it doesn’t mean it’s actually good. This premium quality wine is perfect for every occasion — with food or without, with friends or on your own.”

Sinsaenum (DragonForce, Ex-Slipknot, Etc.) Premiere Lyric Video For “Dead Souls” Remix

Sinsaenum (DragonForce, Mayhem, ex-Slipknot, etc.) have premiered a lyric video for their “Dead Souls” remix. This version of the song is from their new EP, “Ashes“, which will be released on November 10.

Frédéric Leclercq (also of DragonForce) commented:

“‘Dead Souls‘ was on the list of songs we originally wanted to do a video for. Turns out we chose ‘Army Of Chaos‘ and ‘Splendour And Agony‘ from our debut instead but we knew that song had a strong potential. When we worked on the conception of ‘Ashes‘, the EP, we were thinking in threes.

We had three new songs, we wanted to re-release the Japanese bonuses for the rest of the world, so we decided to add another song from ‘Echoes‘… but to spice things up a bit, Stephane and I recorded new solos and asked our good friend Frederic Duquesne to remix the song. He did a fantastic job!”

Sinsaenum (Ex-Slipknot, Mayhem, Etc.) Premiere “Ashes” Music Video

Sinsaenum, the band featuring Joey Jordison (Vimic, Ex-Slipknot), Attila Csihar (Mayhem/Sunn O)))), Frederic Leclercq (DragonForce), Sean Zatorsky (Daath, ex-Chimaira), and Seth Heimoth have premiered a video for the title track of their new EP “Ashes.” That effort will be released on November 10.

Sinsaenum (Ex-Slipknot, Mayhem, Etc.) Reveal Details For New EP “Ashes”

Sinsaenum, the band featuring Joey Jordison (Vimic, Ex-Slipknot), Attila Csihar (Mayhem/Sunn O)))), Frederic Leclercq (DragonForce), Sean Zatorsky (Daath, ex-Chimaira), and Seth Heimoth have revealed the details for their new EP “Ashes.” That effort will be released on November 10, and it will feature three new songs, two tracks that we’re previously only available in Japan, and one remix.

“Ashes” Track Listing:

01. “Ashes”
02. “Monarch Of Death”
03. “2099 (Heretics)”
04. “Degeneration”
05. “King Of The Desperate Lands”
06. “Dead Souls“(Frédéric Duquesne remix)

Leclercq commented:

“‘Ashes‘ is showing a more mature version of our music, and also an angrier side. A lot angrier. We wanted the production to be rawer. Nothing is polite here. We just want to grab the listeners by the throat and spit our hatred into their face. With this EP, we took things further. The black metal vibe is more present in the three new songs, as are the synths; they reinforce the eerie side of our music. Experimenting with keys and machine is not something we are afraid of. Musical darkness can come in many ways.”