Swedish female-fronted heavy rock band SISTER SIN has been added to the forthcoming U.S. co-headlining tour featuring OTEP and ILL NINO.

As previously reported, SISTER SIN will support ARCH ENEMY on the following dates:

Dec. 12 - NL, Uden @ De Pul
Dec. 13 - D, Düsseldorf @ ISS Dome (DORO 25th Anniversary)
Dec. 15 - CH, Pratteln @ Z7
Dec. 17 - D, Ludwigsburg @ Rockfabrik
Dec. 18 - D, Aschaffenburg @ Colos-Saal
Dec. 19 - D, Bad Arolsen @ Outback

A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the first SISTER SIN video, "On Parole", is available below. The clip was filmed in late July in Stockholm with director Bill Schacht, who has previously worked with AMON AMARTH, DIO, ALICE COOPER and KING DIAMOND. The track is the first single off SISTER SIN's debut album, "Switchblade Serenades", which will be released in North America on October 14 through Victory Records.

Having grown apathetic towards the popular trends in heavy Swedish music, SISTER SIN arose from the gutters of Gothenburg in 2002. Settling on their moniker because it represented their "bound to absolutely nothing" lifestyles, the furious foursome entered the local scene as a hard-hitting, undeniable metal force.

Female lead vocalist Liv, guitarist Jimmy, bassist Chris and drummer Dave created a rough-around-the-edges yet relatable image of dysfunction and attitude. Backed up with fresh lyrics and gritty riffs, SISTER SIN set out to inject some of what had been absent from the heavy metal scene since the glory days of MÖTLEY CRÜE, MOTÖRHEAD, W.A.S.P. and ACCEPT.

"Switchblade Serenades" was produced by Tobias Lindell at Bohus Sound Studios in Sweden and features the following tracks:

01. Beat The Street
02. Death Will Greet Us
03. One Out Of Ten
04. Breaking New Ground
05. On Parole
06. Make My Day (MOTÖRHEAD cover)
07. Hostile-Violent
08. Switchblade Serenade
09. Love/Hate
10. All Systems Go!
11. Eye To Eye

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