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Sinsanity / Press

“The band Sinsanity is currently writing new music while out performing at East Coast clubs, supporting their recent EP, The Machine. The group consists of Tia Bocker, Vocals; Brian Jimenez, Lead Guitar; Jeremy Burns, Drums; Will Woytowicz, Rhythm Guitar; and David Bialas, Bass. Popdose caught up with Tia to discuss what the present day for Sinsanity is like.”

“While some critics’ comparisons of this group to other acts such as Evanescence and Halestorm may have some validity, it’s not really that simple. Sinsanity’s music has a slight diversity and even a stylish fluidity to it. The flow of these tracks exposes the obvious chemistry among the artists as well as their tuneful talents. Their music seems to be band-driven and reveals not only teamwork but a sense of friendship. The album’s kinetic cuts also betray a variety of influences that they somehow merge together into a cohesive musical whole. The release also demonstrates that the band generally owns their songs--every riff and every lyric--and while the recording obviously required practice, the end result seems effortless.”

“Madalyn: Tell us something you want the music world to know about you. Tia: Tell the fans I love them and tell the music world I’m comin to get ‘em *rawr*”

“This is rock and roll the way it was meant to be: nervy, achingly sweet at times, unapologetically brutal at others. At a point in music history where listeners are being bombarded by Autotune-obsessed producers, outrageous stage costumes, and downright bad performances, Sinsanity brings the art of stage presence back into focus. There is little flash and no theatricality to the way Bocker moves while she performs. She simply gets up there and shifts both her body and her audience with her voice. This is rarer and harder than it sounds. I am not articulate enough to tell you what makes a good lead singer. I can report to you what I saw. I can tell you that when Jimenez and Thomas sway their melodies and harmonies into existence – and Williams builds her wall of percussion like a stampede – Bocker grabs the noise out of the air like she caught a bullet and lets the kinetic energy ride through her exquisite vocals. See the Full Article by clicking below-”