Rock Sins Spotify Playlist Update (14th May) – Slayer, Babymetal, Vein, Immortal and Lots More

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It’s time for another weeks worth of new and classic tunes with the Rock Sins Spotify Playlist!

We are kicking things off this week with The Woodpile by Frightened Rabbit in tribute to their frontman Scott Hutchison, who left us all a few days ago. Our deepest sympathies to his family, friend and bandmates from all of us here at Rock Sins.

Elsewhere in this weeks’ selected songs, we have new singles from the likes of Vein (who have made a huge impact with Virus://Vibrance, Babymetal, Delta Sleep, Alice In Chains and Hellions. One of the two brand new Jimmy Eat World singles, Love Never, is also included, along with new offerings from Engel, Comeback Kid, Immortal and Dimmu Borgir, amongst others. There’s also classic cuts from the likes of Metallica, Killswitch Engage, and of course in the week they announced their farewell UK tour, we had to have some Slayer. Enjoy the latest installment of the Rock Sins Spotify playlist below:

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Full track list for Rock Sins Spotify – 14th May 2018

Frightened Rabbit – The Woodpile
Vein – Virus://Vibrance
Babymetal – Distortion
Delta Sleep – El Pastor
Hellions – X (Mwah)
Immortal – Northern Chaos Gods
Alice In Chains – The One You Know
The Ocean – She Was The Universe
Burn The Priest – I Against I
Bleeding Through – Fade Into The Ash
Engel – The Darkest Void
Slayer – Disciple
Comeback Kid – Little Soldier
Dimmu Borgir – Archaic Correspondance
Killswitch Engage – The Arms Of Sorrow
While She Sleeps – Silence Speaks (Alternate Version Live At St Pancras Church)
Dir En Grey – Ningen Wo Kaburu
Paerish – Undone
Jimmy Eat World – Love Never
Metallica – For Whom The Bell Tolls

For the latest updates and the newest tracks (plus some great old favourites), please subscribe to the Rock Sins Spotify playlist and keep checking in with us here at the website every week!


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