Sister Sin Debut “End Of The Line” Video
October 15, 2012
Swedish rockers Sister Sin have released a music video for “End Of The Line”, the first single from the band’s upcoming album ‘Now And Forever’. Sister Sin’s fourth album — following 2003’s ‘Dance Of The Wicked’, 2008’s ‘Switchblade Serenades’ and 2010’s ‘True Sound Of The Underground’ — will be released by Victory Records on October 22nd.
Filmed at an old nuclear reactor testing facility in Stockholm, Sweden, Sister Sin blazes through a raw, gritty and powerful performance that has heads banging and bodies moving worldwide to “End Of The Line”. Front women Liv Jagrell shows off her fierceness and delivers an incredible vocal performance throughout the song. Lead guitarist Jimmy Hitula electrifies audiences with highly intense and robust riffs alongside the fast hands of heavy-hitting drummer Dave Sundberg and the lively, energetic bassist Strandh.
Sister Sin will be making their way back to North America to continue their crusade for real heavy metal. The Swedish quartet will be direct support for Doro on her upcoming nineteen city tour beginning February 2, 2013 in Tampa, Florida. Check out the full listing of tour dates at www.sistersin.com and prepare to rock.
Sister Sin has toured with Doro throughout Europe and are now bringing their united metal mission to North America. Front-woman Liv Jagrell couldn’t be happier and comments on the upcoming experience. “We’ve been waiting a long time to get back to the US and to tour with one of my all-time idols is just a dream come true. We are so happy to get on the road again and see all of our fans out there. We’re ready to give them a good ol’ time of rock ‘n’ roll! We will be promoting our new album ‘Now And Forever’ that we are all extremely proud of.”
Sister Sin has been hard at work preparing to unleash their fierce new album ‘Now And Forever’, which drops on October 22nd. Mixed by Cameron Webb (Motorhead, Danzig, Social Distortion), this will be one of the most memorable, true, heavy metal albums of the last decade.
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