Devided Sinz
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Devided Sinz

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No Remorse, Triple Shot Sampler, Dear God, Sinning For The Holidays Prophecy And The Epiphany sampler.


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The Devided Sinz formed in the early spring of 2002. Originally the group contained 3 memebers. Big Fix, Animosity Hate, and Ron Gotti. Ron Gotti and Fix were doing music together in a different group earlier in the year. Animosity Hate came in as a solo artist and brought a breath of fresh air to the duo. They decided to form one group and that is how Devided Sinz came about.

In late summer of 2002, Ron Gotti was sent to jail for some minor infractions, which left Big Fix and Animosity Hate to decided the group's future. Both decided to move fourth with group and begun recording on they're first E.P. "No Remorse" in late summer of 2002. Ron Gotti was also let go from the group due to creative differences and did not appear on "No Remorse".

The Devided Sinz hooked up with a young talented producer/engineer at Audiomatrix Recording studios in Toledo Oh. Shane Allen engineered the sessions, while Corey Johnson(good friend of The Devided Sinz) created the music. The 7 track E.P. was recorded in just two 8 hour sessions. It was pressed up and sold in limited release.

In December of 2002, the Devided Sinz once again called for Corey Johnson's beat making skills, and Shane Allen's producing magic. They began recording the groups second release, the "Dear God" full legenth L.P. It contained 7 new tracks, and 5 remixes from "No Remorse". The album was completed in April of 2003 and was pressed and released to the public.

The repsone to the "Dear God" album was overwhelming. The fan demand to perform a concert was stagering. Due to a lack of venue, The Devided Sinz only perfomed at local parties, but the fans responed well.

In the Winter of 2003, Big Fix was offered a job in New Orleans, and decided that it was a can't miss deal. Animosity Hate was left as a solo artist, and once again called Shane Allen to not only engineer the sessions, but produce his first solo attempt. After recording 4 songs in 2 sessions, it looked like Animosity Hate was on his was to being a successful solo artist.

At the last mintue Big Fix decided not to take the job in New Orleans, and reform the Devided Sinz with Animosity Hate. Fix was really impressed with what Animosity Hate and Shane Allen created in the Stuido and decided to record 4 of his own solo songs, but Corey Johnson created the music.

Now summer of 2004, with a new album almost complete, and named "Prophecy And The Epiphany", The Devided Sinz are looking towards the future. They plan on finishing the album, and continue to book shows. With a talks of a possible home video DVD release that shows some concert footage and as well as interviews with both Animosity Hate and Big Fix, and studio sessions from the start of "No Remorse" to "Dear God" and now "Prophecy And The Epiphany". "Prophecy And The Epiphany" is scheduled to be released in the spring of 2005.