With the release of the mini-album The Curious Tale Of Mistress Murder, they once again show their collective finger is on the pulse as they intertwine components of rock, metal and dance to produce a bracing sound that they can champion at home in the UK and beyond.
Succeeding their 2011 debut Da Vinci’s Demise, these nine tracks read as a compendium of challenges and struggles in relationships both romantic and platonic that are ultimately overcome or succumbed to through the actions and choices made by the individual.
The task of breathing life into the records’ meandering theatrical and horror movie-esque elements is delegated along with all in-house production duties to guitarist Pash Stratton, who successfully delivers and harnesses the theatrics to avoid gimmickery.
Saint[The]Sinner are gearing up for an extended period on the road as they take the new material to the stage and add to a heavyweight résumé of shows netted with the likes of Crossfaith, Funeral For A Friend, Glamour of The Kill, Heart in Hand and A Skylit Drive.
1. Cirque De Pecheur
2. The Lament
5. Atlas and Compass…Direction Pending
7. The Project Room Knows All My Secrets
8. Dead Man’s Poem
9. The Comedown
Dimitri Gjiknuri (Heavy Vocals)
Jimi Laughton (Vocals)
Pash Stratton (Guitar)
Billy Muircroft (Guitar)
Mike Braye (Bass)
James Booth (Drums)
For Fans Of
Woe Is Me, Pierce The Veil, Issues, Crown The Empire.