Thursday, October 25, 2012

CD Review: Sister Sin Are Ready To Rock "Now And Forever"

Heavy metal band, Sister Sin are celebrating 10 years together with the release of their third album, “Now and Forever.” The band brings back the “old-school” metal sound with the modern flair that Liv Jagrell brings to the vocals. The new album was also mixed by Cameron Webb (Motorhead, Danzing).
 
The album starts out strong with “End Of The Line”and “Fight Song,” which hits hard with attitude and a power that’s missing from many of today’s metal bands. They quicken the pace with “In It For Life” and create such a huge sound with “Hearts Of Cold” that the music is irresistible. Liv adds a bit more attitude to “The Chosen Few” and “Hang’em High” that give the songs an edgier, grittier sound. The new album has no “throw-away” tracks as each song is as good as the previous one and the band seem to bring their best to every performance.
 
The new album, “Now and Forever” was released on October 23 through Victory Records. Sister Sin will be hitting the road in February of next year with the legendary Doro. For a complete list of tour dates and more information on the new album, check out sistersin.com.

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