Sins Of A Bullet
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Sins Of A Bullet

Marysville, Washington, United States | SELF

Marysville, Washington, United States | SELF
Band Metal Metal


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"Sins Of A Bullet"

"Put Lamb of God, Whitechapel, and Cannibal Corpse in a blender and this is what you get." - Char Cooper- Charred Metal Studios

"What Is The Hottest Meal Going At A Death Metal Concert?"

-"If you think you can hang with the big boys, get linked into Sins of a Bullet and follow them to the next underground venue. You will find it is a great way to kick off a full night of hell raising."

-"While the first three groups were very raw they all could hold a beat and you could tell they had been practicing a lot, but not enough. Sins of a bullet held together very well and I did enjoy their original music. I am looking forward to seeing them again." - Ron Shissler- The Examiner


May 21st 2011- Eternal Silence (Debut Album)
songs in rotation at the following radios:

NW Metal Zone (

Black Collar Radio (

June 2nd 2012- A Devil To Embrace EP
Whole EP can be heard at:

May 8th 2013 we will begin recording a 2nd EP.

Lyric Videos at:



Sins Of A Bullet started out with Alex and Kelby jamming on guitar with some mainstream rock and then moved into the blues. For a while we got pretty into bluegrass. Once we found System of a Down, we started playing that style of Hard Rock/ Metal. Eventually got a singer and Alex switched to drums. Then Kelby heard the song "Black Label" by "Lamb Of God" and showed it to Alex. This was the first song they had heard of that style of metal. The singer at that time wouldn't do scream vocals so Brett took his place in 2009, and we switched to Death Metal. We had originally recruited Brandon for bass at the time Brett joined but he had commitments to another band. Brett was the original vocalist for Brandon's band which also included Nik on guitar. Since Brandon wouldn't take the spot, we got Nik to fill it. For our first album, "Eternal Silence" it was the line up of just Alex, Kelby, Nik, and Brett. About a year after recording "Eternal Silence"; we were able to convince Brandon to join the band, moving Nik to guitar with Kelby. In mid 2012 we released our new EP, "A Devil To Embrace", which moved us from a Lamb of God/ Pantera style of metal to a more Whitechapel/ Cannibal Corpse style. This band started out playing extremely light music and has gotten heavier and heavier every year. March 2013 we begin recording our 2nd EP which will be heavier and more technical.