SINNER SINNERS Announce Third New “XI” Music Video for ‘Darkness Forever’


Los Angeles rockers SINNER SINNERS are pleased to reveal a third new music video for their XI album cycle, this time for the track ‘Darkness Forever’. You can watch the music video now, exclusively via Revolver Magazine here. The video was designed to pay tribute to the band Turbonegro (see: creepy masks, make-up, denim all over…). The ‘Darkness Forever’ video was directed by Jeremy Thomas, who is also responsible for the band’s ‘Modern Man’ video. Watch here:



The first brand new music video released by SINNER SINNERS’, ‘No Hard Feelings’, is already pushing over 25,000 views. Watch here:




As mentioned above, all of these tracks appear on the band’s new album, XI, released in April via their own independent label, Cadavra Records.



Last week, the band posted an acoustic version of ‘Darkness Forever’, available for viewing now via’s Acoustic Nation. The video shows the band at Venice Skatepark in Venice Beach performing their self-described “hippy version” of the song. The video clearly combines the band’s love of music and skateboarding, even showing the band pulling a trick or two before and after the performance.


Make sure to catch SINNER SINNERS performing new tracks and old favorites in their hometown of Los Angeles on May 18th at the Cahuenga Block Party, located at 1612 & 1602 N. Cahuenga Blvd. The show beings at 6:00PM and is FREE!



Happily married couple Steve and Sam Thill met in a small town in the center of France at the age of 15 and fell fast in love. Eight years later in 2009, the couple started SINNER SINNERS out of their mutual love of rock music and desire to be at each other’s sides throughout all aspects of their musical careers. Since their inception and relocation to Los Angeles, SINNER SINNERS have pushed their forceful punk-influenced rock n’ roll out to the controlled masses, but see 2014 as a figurative launching pad designed to hit the big time.


As with their 2011 release Cardinal Sins, the band enlisted producer Nic Jodoin (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Amusement Park On Fire, The Morlocks), and recorded at the Glory Hole in Hollywood, CA (the previous album also featured production duties from Pascal Mondaz). Interesting fact, SINNER SINNERS recorded with Nic at the same time as Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, actually trading places in the studio throughout the course of the process.


SINNER SINNERS keeps busy outside of the studio as well, boasting recent performances with Black Flag, The Sonics, The Lords of Altamont, The Morlocks, The Creepshow and many more.



This is just the beginning for SINNER SINNERS! To learn more about the band, please visit these websites:

Twitter and Instagram: @sinnersinners


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