Sister Sin True Sound Of The Underground

Sister Sin True Sound Of The Underground
Delving even deeper into their endless adoration for the sordid, pseudo-accessible side of heavy metal, Gothenburg old school proponents Sister Sin wring a few more mid-tempo grinders from their graphics-laden guitars on sophomore effort True Sound Of The Underground. Offsetting the sleaze of 2008 debut Switchblade Serenades via a bit more Doro Pesch vocal influence and some searing solos reminiscent of Accept's harder years, True Sounds comes across as the missing link between cock rock's sick catchiness and the edgy attack post-New Wave Of British Heavy Metal American bands were relishing before Metallica blew everything to smithereens. Inherently catchy and melodic, while still savage enough to surpass the Ratts of the world, True Sounds Of The Underground offers dudes sick of buying Saxon albums something young(-ish) and fresh for their leathery ears. (Victory)