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Sister | Disguised Vultures | review | metal | rock | Lollipop

Sister

Disguised Vultures (Metal Blade Records)
release date: 12/10/2013
by Mike Delano

Scandinavia has always been the place to look for sleazy glam punk rock 'n' rolla, and Swedish outfit Sister delivers the goods. (They do this style way better up there than we do in the States nowadays, so even their D-listers are better than crap like Pop Evil.) Their sound, like on "Sick" from their latest album Disguised Vultures, steers away from the classic rock approach of The Hellacopters into something more modern, although mostly it's firmly in the style of Turbonegro, delivering rapid-fire rock that rarely takes a breather.
(www.metalblade.com)

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