The Insyderz “The Sinner’s Songbook” Available Now

By Brandon J. on September-4-2012 | Filed under 3 General Orders Essay.

The Insyderz “The Sinner’s Songbook” Available Now

Fans of Skacore and The Insyderz will be excited to learn that their new album “The Sinner’s Songbook” is available now Term Paper On Arts. . Listen/download below. The album features guest vocals from Matt Baird of Spoken (Angel of Death) and Reese Roper (Five Iron Frenzy) & Matt Morginsky (OC Supertones) on the title track. If you’re a fan of Punk, Hardcore, and Ska, you’ll find something to appreciate about this album. Even if you’re a new fan of The Insyderz or have never checked them out before, I encourage you to do so today. Enjoy!

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4 Responses to 'The Insyderz “The Sinner’s Songbook” Available Now'

  1. im really digging this album, they did a great job, very good skacore

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    I have my download, now I just gotta get to listening. Can’t wait!

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    This album is raw and gritty just the way I like it. I think fans of Flatfoot 56, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Mustard Plug, and even Five Iron Frenzy, OC Supertones will find something to enjoy in this album. Their DIY ethics and punk spirit draw me in, keeping my attention set throughout the 15 tracks. There are a couple of “filler” songs but for the most part, I enjoy the entire thing. My favorite songs are “Sinner’s Songbook”, “We Come in Peace”, “Our Darkest Hour”, “Like Drawing Blood From a Baby”, “Insyderz Shuffle”, “The Nevermind Kids”, “All Creatures”, and a few others. It does draw inspiration from much of The Insyderz past catalog and the production isn’t all that much different than what you would have found on “Motor City Ska”, “Fight of My Life”, “Skallelujah1&2”. Review to follow hopefully if I have time.

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