If I had to describe Swedish
rockers Sister's sophomore album "Disguised Vultures" in one sentence
then it would probably be something like: "a positive outlet of raw energy".
This kind of hard rock is
made for the live environment, and just like their fellow compatriots in bands
like Backyard Babies and Hardcore Superstar, they have their roots solid planted
in the raw, aggressive and energetic, almost punk, scene from LA in the mid-80s:
Mötley Crüe, Love/Hate, Junkyard and Guns 'n' Roses. Straight forward
in-your-face rock 'n' roll with pounding drums, aggressive guitar riffs and a
harsh sounding vocalist.
Sister has delivered once
more, and all you need now is to go out and watch them live on stage, where
their music really shines. A rock solid offering that will please the sleaze
Best cuts: "Sick", Disguised
Vultures, "We Salute 'em", "Naked" and "(Stop the) Revolution".