|10-03-2012||Shout It Out Loud festival||Hardcore Superstar |
Stala & So
The Blackest White
Geplande optredens van Sister
Helaas, Sister is niet op tour anders waren hier de tourdates weergegeven.
Biography van Sister
|There are at least five separate outfits that are currently recording or have recorded under the name of Sister. 1. The sleaze/punk influenced metal outfit known as SISTER, who hail from Stockholm/Jönkoping Sweden, formed in early 2006 working hard to build up a name as a strong act both live and in the studio. SISTER consists of 4 members- Jamie on vocals, Tim on guitars and backing vocals, Rikki on bass and backing vocals, and Cari on drums and backing vocals- who combine the sounds of Punk, Glam, Rock, and Metal with an end result sounding something like the bastard child of GG Allin and Guns N' Roses. During 2006 and 2007 SISTER played all over Sweden and also went abroad as much as possible. In 2008 SISTER toured Europe in countries such as Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Holland, Denmark and Norway and released an EP, Get Down N' Boogie. 2009; SISTER released the EP Deadboys Making Noise and a video for the track “Too Bad for You,” which got garnered great reviews from critics and fans alike while also catching the attention of Primordial’s Alan Averill 'Nemtheanga'. Alan, having recently signed on to assist with A&R at Metal Blade Records, brought SISTER to the label’s attention in 2010 helping to secure the band a worldwide record deal. Hated was released in 2011, with Vengeance Ignited in 2021. Jamie Anderson - Vocals Tim - Guitar Rikki Riot - Bass Guitar Cari Crow - Drums 2) Sister was an American heavy metal band, formed in 1976 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Though the band were only together for approximately two years and never achieved any measure of success, after its breakup ex-members Blackie Lawless and Nikki Sixx found international success with the bands W.A.S.P. and Mötley Crüe respectively. Lawless had previously played guitar with the New York Dolls for a handful of live shows before that band broke up in 1976 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.|