Sister Sin Delay The Release Of ‘Now And Forever’
May 22, 2012
Sister Sin’s new album ‘Now And Forever’ was originally set for release today, May 22nd, through Victory Records. However the band have now pushed back the release date in order to re-mix the entire album.
“We know you were looking forward to getting/hearing the new Sister Sin album ‘Now and Forever’ which was originally schedueled to drop today, May 22nd,” says the band in a recent statement. “We are very sorry to inform everyone that there have been some delays… We wanted to deliever the best Sister Sin record to date and felt the sound of the album wasn’t the standard we were looking for. So after alot of goin back and forth we all decided to re-mix the whole thing to be able to deliever what we set out to do. It all became a very time consuming process unfortunately, hence the scratched streetdate. Have no fear though, we are back on track and can hopefully soon reveal a new date and some other interesting news!”
Stay tuned to www.facebook.com/SisterSin for updates on the status of ‘Now And Forever’.
Sister Sin began recording ‘Now And Forever’ in late February with producer Chris Snyder. Some of the songs appearing on the new album are “Fight Song”, “Damageplans”, “Morning After”, “In It For Life” and the band’s first ever ballad.
On September 13th, 2011 the Swedish rockers digitally released a cover of Motorhead’s “Rock N’ Roll” with metal legend Doro Pesch.
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