This latest edition of the Rock Sins’ playlist features the usual mix of new singles, new tracks from just released albums and EP’s and a few old favourites thrown in for good measure.
We’re celebrating Wrestlemania weekend being the big WWE fans that we are by including Code Orange’s Let Me In – theme song of “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt and Bowling For Soup’s recent tribute to Alexa Bliss – in celebration of the first ever two night Wrestlemania.
For new tracks, there are some absolute stormers this week. The title track from Trivium’s upcoming album, What The Dead Men Say and the ripping Night Of The Witch from Testament being just two of them. Aside from that, there are new crackers from Bury Tomorrow, Holding Absence, Haken, All Time Low, Paradise Lost, Black Sky Research, Smiling Assassin, Billy Talent, Lonely The Brave, Boston Manor and Hexvessel. We’ve a classic from last year in the shape of Alien Weaponry’s Ru Ana Te Whenua, and then we close with three massive old favourites from KoRn, Iron Maiden and Machine Head. Check out the full tracklist and stream the playlist below!
Rock Sins Weekly Playlist – 6th April 2020
Trivium – What The Dead Men Say
Bury Tomorrow – Better Below
Testament – Night Of The Witch
Alien Weaponry – Ru Ana Te Whenua
Holding Absence – Gravity
Code Orange – Let Me In (“The Fiend” Bray Wyatt)
Bowling For Soup – Alexa Bliss
Haken – Prosthetic
All Time Low – Some Kind Of Disaster
Paradise Lost – Fall From Grace
The Hu feat Jacoby Shaddix – Wolf Totem
Black Sky Research – Light Up The Sky
Smiling Assassin – Coping
Lonely The Brave – Bound
Billy Talent – I Beg To Differ
Boston Manor – Plasticine Dreams
Hexvessel – Phaedra
KoRn – Freak On A Leash
Iron Maiden – Hallowed Be Thy Name (Live from Rock In Rio)
Machine Head – Halo