Label : Victory Records

Review by Tony Cannella

You always know what you are getting when you buy a new Sister Sin album. There really is no mystery and there is something to be said for that. With their new album, “Now and Forever” the Swedish quartet has released possibly their most raw, in-your-face and aggressive album to date.

After the intro “MMXII”, Sister Sin launches into the hostile “End of the Line”. “Fight Song” is next and this is Sister Sin at their belligerent best. Vocalist Liv delivers her vocals with all of the anger and energy she is known for – her voice is just brimming with attitude. The punk-ish “In it For Life” is next. Songs like, “Hearts of Cold”, “Chosen Few?”, “Hang ‘Em High” and “I’m Not You” are classic Sister Sin – aggressive, yet still melodic. The slamming Motorhead style riffs just keep coming throughout the 40-minutes of playing time.

“Now and Forever” is one of those albums that hits you immediately and doesn’t let up until the final note is played. Musically, Sister Sin does not stray too far – at all really – from what they do best, which should please die-hard fans of the band and I’m sure they will continue to pick up new fans along the way as well.

Rating – 93/100



  1. MMXII
  2. End of the Line
  3. Fight Song
  4. In It For Life
  5. Hearts of Cold
  6. The Chosen Few?
  7. Hang ‘Em High
  8. I’m Not You
  9. Running Low
  10. Shades of Black
  11. Morning After


Line Up

  • Liv – Vocals
  • Jimmy – Guitar, Backing Vocals
  • Strandh – Bass, Backing Vocals
  • Dave – Drums



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