BRAND NEW SIN
RECIPE FOR DISASTER
Returning with a vengeance, Brand New Sin’s latest hard rock excursion, titled RECIPE FOR DISASTER, continues the quintet’s quest for championing the hard rock scene with the band’s Southern rock grit meets swampy blues style. Falling somewhere between Lynyrd Skynyrd and Black Label Society with a pinch of Pantera, this coarse 13-track endeavor combines pounding guitar riffs with hooks that could easily satisfy stadiums, all performed with a blue collar work ethic and a hearty helping of blood, sweat, and tears. They don’t make bands like Brand New Sin anymore, as songs like the crushing ‘80s rock revisit of “Black And Blue”, the ominous groove of “Vicious Cycles”, and the sitting on the porch vibe of “Running Alone” are reminiscent of times before MTV’s bastardization changed the face of rock. If you’re looking for an album to kick back and raise hell to, RECIPE FOR DISASTER is that triple shot of rock that fits nicely between your Sabbath and AC/DC discs.