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SISTER

Disguised Vultures

(Metal Blade)

Reviewed by : David Perri
Rating : 7.0

The gutter-punk that underpinned feuding egomaniacs GUNS N' ROSES and MÖTLEY CRÜE back during the '80s is a rare breed of fuel, one that relies on attitude, candor and a willingness to revel in giving middle fingers that originate only from the largest of chips on shoulders. And while by '91 both Axl and Nikki were in entirely different universes when compared to their Live Like A Suicide or Too Fast For Love/Shout At The Devil (the only Mötley records worth the vinyl they're pressed on) incarnations, that sense of Jäger-on-Jäger is what propels Sweden’s SISTER, this group of TUBONEGRO-inspired punks taking the gutter and coating it with the strut of '80s rock at its most unceremoniously confident. And while Sister may have peaked in 2011 on its seriously in your face debut Hated, follow-up Disguised Vultures displays, at times, the same vivid candor that made 'Bullshit & Backstabbing' and 'Werewolves On Blackstreet' such appetites for destruction three years back. ‘(Stop The) Revolution’, ‘DMN’ and the title track are Disguised Vultures’ moments of deliverance and damnation, and an entire record with the recklessness of those tracks, and Hated as a totality, would have afforded this group greater momentum going forward.



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