Sister Sin Cancel Tour Dates Due To Vocal Surgery
November 14, 2012
Sister Sin have been forced to cancel all scheduled live shows this year as lead singer Liv undergoes throat surgery.
“Liv has had issues with her voice starting way back in 2007-2008 and it turned out to be a node on her vocal chords,” the band said in a statement. “To avoid surgery she has been very strict with warm-ups, vocal exercises and what not, but never the less things have taken a turn for the worse lately. After re-visiting her doctor last week it became apparent that surgery is now needed and unavoidable. So it is with great regret we are forced to cancel the announced shows and planned dates for the rest of the year. This is very common amongst singers and expected recovery is only two months so we will be back stronger than ever in early 2013 and for the upcoming US tour in February.”
Sister Sin will be in the US with Doro starting in February and then they will head to the UK to perform at Hammerfest in support of their brand new album ‘Now And Forever’. Released on October 22nd through Victory Records, ‘Now And Forever’ debuted at #36 On Billboard’s Top New Artist chart and hit #44 on the National Album Chart and #6 on the Hard Rock Chart in their home country of Sweden — Sister Sin’s highest debut yet.
‘Now And Forever’ was mixed by Cameron Webb (Motorhead, Danzig, Social Distortion) and combines old school sounds with a gritty, modern rock ‘n’ roll twist that is bound to have fists in the air and heads banging worldwide. SleazeRoxx.com said, “Now And Forever delivers the goods from start to finish, and hopefully, this will be the CD to put Sister Sin on every metal connoisseur’s map.”
Courtesy of www.sleazeroxx.com