Sanguine

Sanguine

Sanguine are a four piece female fronted alt-metal rock band from the UK. Formed by singer Tarin Kerrey in Exeter , this rock band blazed a quick and fiery trail in the Southwestern UK playing powerful live shows that garnered praise from Rock Sound and Metal Hammer, and even attracted the attention of metal legends Joey Jordison (Slipknot) and Adrian Smith (Iron Maiden). Smith would later ask Tarin to guest vocal on his Primal Rock Rebellion project, which was released worldwide in 2012.

2012 was a busy year for the band: They self-released an appropriately self-titled and self-produced record at the start of the year, supported Megadeth in London, played Download Festival, flew out to Ibiza to play Hard Rock Hell, and ended the year in frosty Sweden recording their debut studio album "Black Sheep". The album was produced and mixed by Swedish genius Daniel Flores, mastered by Mats Lindfors, and includes a collaboration on two tracks courtesy of In Flames guitarist Jesper Stroemblad.

In 2013, the band made some final adjustments to their live set, re-tooled their line up with the incorporation of Ross Andrew on bass, and went back on the road supporting Cancer Bats, The Defiled, and California Rockers OPM. With their debut album in their pocket, Sanguine are taking on the world like a brutal punch to the face...