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Let me explain what happened

Sinch is a great band, but yeah..... Basically they no longer have record label. They make their own albums in one of the band member's homes, I believe. And pretty much they release their new material from their website. You can't blame these guys for their determination, but w/o a record label they just don't have the money or the means to produce albums like the 2002 release "Sinch." A great band, swallowed by the greed and BS of the Music Indusrty. Not by any means is this their best work, buy Sinch or Strychnine, if you want what they were and were capable of. Still, I have heard alot worse music than this, everytime I turn on the local Pop stations, I hear worse than this.

What happened to this band?

This band went from a band to a sound machine.


Formed: 1994 in Doylestown, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Originally formed during their high school days in 1994, the hard rock quartet Sinch -- Jamie Stem (vocals and sampler), Tony Lannutti (guitar and synth), Mike Abramson (bass), and Dan McFarland (drums) -- sounds like a throwback to such '90s Seattle rocks as Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam. 1996 saw the release of their self-issued debut album, The Strychnine, which resulted in steady shows along the East Coast, and two years later, their sophomore effort, Diatribe. The quartet widened their fan base...
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  • $4.95
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Aug 26, 2006

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