TYP­I­CALLY METAL­LIC RE­TURN FROM SIS­TER SIN’S ALL-AC­TION FRONT­WOMAN

Kerrang! (UK) - - Reviews - JAMES MACK­IN­NON

‘YOU ARE doomed to a life­time of sin,’ snarls Liv Ja­grell on I’my­our Sin. It’s not a prospect that scares us, pro­vid­ing the sound­track to it car­ries on be­ing this good. Fol­low Me is metal. Metal at its purest – weighty, toned and smelling very slightly of bikes and leather. In fact, this de­but al­bum from the for­mer Sis­ter Sin vo­cal­ist’s new band is so sim­i­lar to what she’s done pre­vi­ously that you won­der why she felt the need to start over.that band’s faults – a re­luc­tance to de­vi­ate from es­tab­lished metal blue­prints – is still ev­i­dent here. But when you’ve got hell­rais­ers like Let Me Out, and a bound­ing, note-shred­ding chanteuse do­ing the boss­ing, you re­mem­ber the orig­i­nal plan wasn’t so bad af­ter all. DOWN­LOAD: Em­peror Of Chaos. FOR FANS OF: Bat­tle Beast, Doro.

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