Swedish female-fronted heavy rockers SISTER SIN have released a video for their cover version of the MOTÖRHEAD classic “Rock ‘N’ Roll”. The track, which was made available on all digital platforms worldwide via Victory Records on September 13, features guest vocals from the German metal queen Doro Pesch. It was produced by Chris Snyder at Standstraight Studios and was mastered at Abbey Road Studios in London, England.
SISTER SIN‘s second album, “True Sound Of The Underground”, landed at position No. 97 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.
SISTER SIN in November 2010 announced the addition of bassist Andreas Strandh to the group’s ranks.
“True Sound Of The Underground” was released in North America on June 22, 2010 via Victory Records and was issued in Europe on July 23, 2010 through Metal Heaven Records. It was produced by Henrik Edenhed (DEAD BY APRIL, ROBYN, LAMBRETTA, TEDDYBEARS, CHRISTIAN WALTZ, THE SOUNDS) in Stockholm at Studio 301 and Cosmos Studios.
In a 2010 interview with Sleaze Roxx, Liv Jagrell stated about SISTER SIN‘s current sound, “We are a heavy metal band. On past records we have been more of a rock band, but on the new album I think we definitely got a lot heavier. You can hear a lot of MÖTLEY CRÜE on our last two albums, but on this one we went heavier. To me this is the sound that SISTER SIN had been searching for on previous recordings but we didn’t achieve until ‘True Sound Of The Underground’ . . . Now we’re going for more of a JUDAS PRIEST, MOTÖRHEAD and ACCEPT kind of sound. I think we are aiming for a more ’80s traditional heavy metal sound.”
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