Rock Sins Spotify Weekly Playlist (27th February) – Bury Tomorrow, Trivium, Spanish Love Songs and much more!

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Our Spotify playlist has been quiet for the first few weeks of the year, but we’re back up and running with a fantastic selection of tracks for our first installment of 2020! We have our usual selection of brand new singles, recent album tracks and some old favourites to have you moshing at your desk and singing along in the shower or anywhere else you happen to be.

Kicking things off, we have brand new or very recent singles from Bury Tomorrow, Trivium, Nova Twins, Five Finger Death Punch, Code Orange, Body Count, Bowling For Soup, The Bottom Line, Kid Kapichi and Tomorrow Is Lost. We also have some fantastic album tracks from the likes of Spanish Love Songs, Sylosis, Polaris and Kris Barras, all from their recently released albums. Finally, we have old favourites from Dream Theater (as a reminder of their Scenes From A Memory 20th Anniversary Tour), Opeth, Sum 41, Voices From The Fuselage, Volbeat and Linkin Park!

Check out the playlist below, and we’ve included the full tracklist for you as well!

Rock Sins Weekly Spotify Playlist – 27th February 2020

Trivium – Catastrophist
Bury Tomorrow – Choke
Spanish Love Songs – Beach Front Property
Sylosis – Disentegrate
Polaris – Masochist
Nova Twins – Taxi
Five Finger Death Punch – Living The Dream
Dream Theater – Scene Two: II. Strange Deja Vu
Opeth – Blackwater Park
Voices From The Fuselage – Inner Child
Code Orange – Swallowing The Rabbit Whole
Body Count – Bum-Rush
Bowling For Soup – Alexa Bliss
The Bottom Line – Happy
Sum 41 – Out For Blood
Linkin Park – One Step Closer
Volbeat – The Devil’s Bleeding Crown
Kid Kapichi – Thugs
Tomorrow Is Lost – Hideaway
Kris Barras – What A Way To Go

Please subscribe to the playlist on Spotify to get the weekly updates, plus check back with the site every week to find out who the new inclusions are!


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