SISTER SIN To Film Two New Videos

Swedish female-fronted heavy rock band SISTER SIN will film two new videos this month. The group states, "One [of the clips will be] for a track called 'Sound Of The Underground' [which we will shoot] with the wonderful Hammerstream team who did our video 'One Out Of Ten' [see below]. For the second [clip] called 'Outrage' we need extras, so if you live in Stockholm and are available on the 13th of May, sign up here."

An audio sample of "Outrage" can be streamed at this location. The track comes off the group's sophomore album, "True Sound Of The Underground", which is scheduled for release on June 8 via Victory Records in North America and on July 23 through Metal Heaven Records in Europe. The CD was produced by Henrik Edenhed (DEAD BY APRIL, ROBYN, LAMBRETTA, TEDDYBEARS, CHRISTIAN WALTZ, THE SOUNDS) in Stockholm at Studio 301 and Cosmos Studios.

"True Sound Of The Underground" track listing:

01. Sound Of The Underground
02. Nailbiter
03. The Devil I Know
04. 24/7
05. Built To Last
06. Heading For Hell
07. Outrage
08. I Stand Alone
09. Better Than Them
10. Times Aren't A-Changing
11. Beat 'Em Down

Check out the cover artwork below.

SISTER SIN in April 2009 made a new song, "Beat 'Em Down", available for free download via MySpace page. The track was recorded as a tribute to the late great Gothenburg boxing champ Ingemar "Ingo" Johansson, who passed away in January 2009.

"Switchblade Serenades" debuted at No. 107 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.

"Switchblade Serenades" was produced by Tobias Lindell at Bohus Sound Studios in Sweden.

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