ADRIAN VANDENBERG Talks Upcoming VANDENBERG Album “Sin”: ‘Rock Music Must Have Energy Or Else There Is No Use Playing It!’

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VANDENBERG will release their long-anticipated riff-driven album, “Sin”, via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group on August 25th. Pre-order “Sin” HERE.

Exploding out of The Netherlands and onto the global scene with their 1982’s album “Vandenberg”, the Dutch phenomenon notched an international hit in the form of “Burning Heart.” It paved the way for multiple releases, such as “Heading for a Storm” [1983], “Alibi” [1985], and “2020” [2020]. The band toured the United States, Europe, and Japan alongside Ozzy Osbourne, KISS, RUSH, Scorpions, Michael Schenker, and many others.

On “Sin”, Adrian continues to deliver a VANDENBERG album where every song is vibrant, melodic, and has an edgy bite. New vocalist Mat Levén‘s soulful vocals combined with Adrian‘s immediately recognizable guitar heroics prove unbeatable. Rounding off Vandenberg is Randy van der Elsen [bass]and Koen Herfst [drums].

“Sin” Album Artwork

VANDENBERG as a band roared back to life with the comeback LP ““2020”. Among many highlights, “Freight Train” gathered 1.6 million Spotify streams, while the record attracted praise. Building on the success of that release, Adrian and the band are paving the way to recreate powerful classic rock while delivering some sonically blazing guitar solos. An undeniable chemistry is evident on “Sin” as these rockers are not taking their foot off the gas. From the first riff single off the album’s “House on Fire” to the final sustained chord of the epic closer, “Out of the Shadows,” fans will be hooked as VANDENBERG are at a whole new level with their songwriting.

Correspondent Robert Cavuoto spoke to Adrian about the creation of “Sin”, working with new vocalist Mats, why Ronnie Romero was not involved in this album, how he achieves his edgy guitar tone, and the just announced 2024 tour of America. Listen to their conversation below, and remember that for more interviews and other daily content, make sure to follow Sonic Perspectives on Facebook, Flipboard and Twitter and  subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified about new content we publish on a daily basis.


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