SINSAENUM Feat. DRAGONFORCE, Ex-SLIPKNOT Members: 'A Taste Of Sin' Wine Launched

March 8, 2018

SINSAENUM, the extreme death metal project featuring DRAGONFORCE bassist Frédéric Leclercq and former SLIPKNOT drummer Joey Jordison, has announced the release of its very own wine, A Taste Of Sin, in collaboration with 666 Metal Wines.

Says Leclercq: "I actually discovered this wine producer last year at the Metal Hammer Awards in Berlin. I got really surprised by its quality, and when I found out it was called 666 Metal Wines, I was sold! Back home, I ordered a case, and that’s how things started."

With three members being French, SINSAENUM was picky about the quality of its signature wine. "Out of all the batches we tried, the 2015 is the one that caught both our attention and palate," says guitarist Stéphane Buriez. "We didn't want to put our name on any wine just for the sake of it. We chose quality over quantity, as this is only a limited-edition release."

Matured over 18 months in French oak barrels, the delicate, sinful wine is blessed with a light raspberry scent and a roasted aroma. This special SINSAENUM edition of Metal Wines comes with a killer label, specially designed by Damnation Creations.

"A lot of bands have their own booze, beer, wine and whatnot, but it doesn't mean it's actually good," adds Leclercq. "This premium quality wine is perfect for every occasion — with food or without, with friends or on your own."

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SINSAENUM's latest release is the "Ashes" EP, which came out last November via earMUSIC.

Joining Leclercq (guitar),Jordison (drums) and Buriez (guitar) in the band are Sean Zatorsky (DÅÅTH, ex-CHIMAIRA) on vocals, Attila Csihar (MAYHEM) on vocals, and Heimoth (SETH) on bass.

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