very hard not to mention Mötley Crüe when you are dealing with Sister Sin.
They carry the torch of the 80s very high and their fast paced heavy
metal with a slight sleazy side has so many similarities with early Crüe. The pace is a bit faster and the
sound is more modern, but even the vocals of female vocalist Liv brings up some
similarities with early Crüe.
connection to metal icons don't stop only there, no, on this album they have a
strong Accept feel to the sound as well, and the cover version of U.D.O.'s
"24/7" fits right in. This might sound like a strange brew and highly unoriginal,
and it is to a certain degree... but they get by on pure power and energy,
because this album sound so energetic and vibrant that you don't mind the strong
influences one bit.
Sin runs furiously thru eleven songs in less than 40 minutes, and here lies
the biggest drawback; they need to change the pace more and make room for
slower pieces here and there...