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Album Review

The follow-up to 2011's well-received Hated, Disguised Vultures finds Swedish sleaze-rockers Sister mining familiar veins of American hard rock history with hammers of fjord-forged ice. Closer to Danzig than the Misfits, more L.A. Guns than Guns 'N' Roses, and kissed with the greasepaint lips of black metal, the success of this ten-track sonic assault largely depends on whether or not the listener is willing to forgive the group their trespasses. This is classic Sunset Strip junkie metal with a Viking-punk twist, and it invokes names like Faster Pussycat, W.A.S.P., Mötley Crüe, T.S.O.L., Ratt, and even Redd Kross in the same way that listening to fellow regional '80s metal revivalists like Hardcore Superstar, Nasty Idol, Crashdiet, and Vains of Jenna does. The one-two punch of "My Enemy" and "Sick" sets the tone, offering up the opening haymaker in what is essentially a 40-minute bar fight that pauses only to allow the occasional fist-pump ("[Stop The] Revolution," "We Salute 'Em," and "Please Kill Me"). Hair metal-era Los Angeles may be the band's Valhalla, but even the requisite power ballad, the dense and churlish "Naked," feels somewhat grimmer and more in tune with the long winters of Stockholm, which helps to chip away at some of the chicanery. Sister are a little like their Norwegian brothers Kvelertak. They're jamming a loaded syringe into a genre that ruled the world and then collapsed under the weight of its own buffoonery, and they're doing it with the benefit of hindsight.

Customer Reviews

Great record. Close to Hated.

Sister's new album resembles Leftover Crack (F**k World Trade) at their peak. It's a very good album that seems like it was recorded during breaks from partying. This isn't a bad thing. It's a very good thing. The only reason I'm giving this album four stars is because it isn't as good as Hated. If Sister was Motley Crue, Hated would be Shout At The Devil and this would be Dr.Feelgood.


I can't even begin on how much I love this album! Every song is incredible -- I can't choose a favorite. THANK YOU SISTER - I <3 this album!


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Swedish rockers Sister blend hedonistic, classic Sunset Strip metal with churlish, horror-infused glam-punk, resulting in a ruckus that falls somewhere between L.A. Guns, White Zombie, and the Misfits. Formed in 2006, the Stockholm-based quartet, which consists of Jamie (vocals), Tim (guitar), Rikki (bass), and Cari (drums), joined the ranks of the burgeoning New Wave of Swedish Sleaze Metal (Hardcore Superstar, Nasty Idol, Crashdiet, Vains of Jenna) with their 2009 debut EP Deadboys Making Noise....
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