Sister Sin: Dance of the Wicked review Aug08

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Sister Sin: Dance of the Wicked review

Dance of the WickedSwedish female -fronted heavy metal band Sister Sin recently unleashed a reissue of their first studio album, Dance of the Wicked. The album contains all eight tracks from the original release, three previously unreleased demo tracks, and a cover of Motorhead’s “Rock N Roll” with a guest appearance from Doro Pesch.

Ten years after its initial release, Sister Sin’s Dance of the Wicked is back and better than ever. The opening track, “Kiss the Sky,” will get the listener pumped for the heavy metal goodness that lies ahead and the title track is one that sounds similar to Motley Crue’s “Shout at the Devil-” which isn’t a bad thing. 

Sister Sin’s cover of The Rolling Stones’ “Paint It Black” has quite an eerie gothic influence with vocalist Liv Jagrill’s screaming vocals and heavy guitar sounds, and it’s one of the better covers of the classic song around.

Newly added cover track “Rock N Roll,” featuring German female metal legend Doro Pesch, is a great tribute to Motorhead.

Sister Sin are definitely a great heavy metal band worth listening to and if you are a fan of classic heavy metal, check out this reissue of their first album Dance Of The Wicked.

Rating: 9/10

– Philip Coon