* Kris Wiechmann – Vocals & Guitar (ex-Earth Crisis)
* Chuck (Charles) Kahl – Bass
* Kevin Dean – Drums
* Eddie Carpenter – Guitar
* Joe Sweet - Vocals (ex-Nine Ball) (2008-2009)
* Kenny (Kenneth) Dunham – Guitar, Harmonica (2002 - 2009)
* Joe (Joseph Donald) Altier – Vocals (2002-2008)
* Brian Azzoto ("Slider") – Guitar (2002-2004)
* Mike (Michael) Rafferty – Drums (2002)
Brand New Sin released one self-titled album with the label Now or Never before signing with Century Media. They toured to support their first Century Media release, Recipe For Disaster with Black Label Society. In 2006, the band released their third studio album titled Tequila.
Brand New Sins first radio hit was the song "My World"
The song "Crank It Up" debuted on WWE.com as a theme song for Big Show on WWE Wreckless Intent, but Big Show still used his old theme song until after the WWE vs ECW battle royal. During Big Show's time on ECW, Show used this theme during his entrance to the ring.
Brand New Sin performed at the 12th annual KRockathon (a one-day music festival presented by the Syracuse, New York radio station WKLL). It was held on July 21, 2007 at the Cayuga County Fair Speedway.
On January 9, 2008 Joe Altier parted ways with Brand New Sin to pursue other interests.
On March 6, 2009 Joe Sweet decided to focus on his family and his many personal endeavors. As the co-organizer of the annual Utica Music and Arts Fest and the proud father to be, Joe decided that the best move is to back out before recording vocal tracks for Brand New Sin's 4th full length album. The recording is due to hit the streets in June 2009 and Sweet will not be available to tour.
Joe Sweet had just left his other band, Nine Ball, when joining Brand New Sin. Recently, BNS did two songs with Joe Sweet called "Know Yourself" and "Rusty Drain" respectively. Both songs have been posted on Brand New Sin's Myspace for people to listen to.