Sea Of Tranquility

The Web Source for Progressive Rock, Progressive Metal & Jazz-Fusion
  Search   in       
Main Menu

Sin Dealer: Dying to Live

Full of raw grit, raunch and melody, Toronto's Sin Dealer is a throwback to the days of carefree blue-collar, blues-tinged metal. Think AC/DC and Motorhead, with chunks of Alice in Chains and KISS chopped in for extra zest. Obviously, there's nothing remotely groundbreaking about this collective, which features members of such defunct groups as Sea of Green and Sons of Otis, but that actually makes Sin Dealer sound more refreshing on its second album, Dying to Live. Sure, it's sludgy stuff, and vocalist Eric Kuthe's voice sounds like this morning's Grape Nuts got stuck in his throat. But a band that chooses to cover AC/DC's "Walk All Over You" while still invoking Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash in its promo materials deserves at least 44 minutes and 32 seconds of your precious time.

Track Listing:
1) Lying to Myself
2) Got Into You
3) Gasoline
4) Betrayal
5) Dying to Live
6) Magic Woman
7) Going Down
8) One Foot in the Grave
9) Walk All Over You
10) Devils War

Added: September 17th 2008
Reviewer: Michael Popke
Related Link: Sin Dealer on MySpace
Hits: 1798
Language: english

[ Printer Friendly Page Printer Friendly Page ]
[ Send to a Friend Send to a Friend ]


[ Back to the Reviews Index | Post Comment ]

2004 Sea Of Tranquility
For information regarding where to send CD promos and advertising, please see our FAQ page.
If you have questions or comments, please Contact Us.
Please see our Policies Page for Site Usage, Privacy, and Copyright Policies.

All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. The comments are property of their posters, all other content Sea of Tranquility

SoT is Hosted by