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French thrash-hardcore gang EIGHT SINS unveiled new single “Street Trash”

5 years after their latest record, an EP called ‘It’s a Trap!’ (2018), Thrash-Metal/Hardcore gang from Grenoble, France EIGHT SINS is back to business with a brand new single called “Street Trash” available right now on digital audio through YouTube and all legal platforms.

This new song will be featured on the band forthcoming album ‘STRAIGHT TO NAMEK’ to be released on Fall 2023.

“BEERS & MOSHPIT!!”

Two words that perfectly defined EIGHT SINS.

Hardcore-Metal x Thrash entity founded in 2006 by a group of friends driven by the same passion and goal : to give the best on stage no matter what, Eight Sins are clearly influenced by American Thrash movement as well as New York Hardcore scene.

Their music is fast, heavy, precise and cut out for live performances. After more than ten years of existence, five studio recordings, several original clips and numerous concerts in Europe, the group has forged a solid reputation in French Hardcore-Metal scene.

This will have allowed him to share the poster with big names like Sepultura, Walls of Jericho, Agnostic Front, Terror, Municipal Waste, Madball, Sick of it All, Unearth, Black Bomb A or Lofofora… and also to play at Hellfest Open Air Festival.

EIGHT SINS released their debut full-length album in 2008 with Straight Hate’ followed one lear later by a split EP shared with French rapper VII called ‘Blood Of Revenge’.

In 2013, the French gang joined the Swiss label Bad Mood Records with the aim to give birth to its sophomore album called ‘World Of Sorrow’ and then 3 years later by ‘SERPENTS’ (2016, Thousand Ghosts Highway Records).

In 2023, Eight Sins will give birth its fourth full-length album called ‘STRAIGHT TO NAMEK’.

For Fans of : Get The Shot; Iron Reagan; Municipal Waste; Slayer; Terror...

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