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Sister To Release "Sick" Single And New Album

After the release of Metal Blade debut "Hated" in 2011 and a good number of European tours, Swedish punk 'n metal outfit Sister will finally release a brand new single this coming October 25th, right in time for the band's European run with Wednesday 13.

"Sick" is the first single from the upcoming new album, which is scheduled for release in early 2014 and will be available digitally and also on 7” vinyl in different colors. Besides the brand new title track on side A, the B-side features the Roky Erickson cover "Two Headed Dog."

Comments Sister: “This is the first single of our second album which will be released on Metal Blade in 2014. Sick really sums up where Sister are at the moment, with a heavier sound than ever this single comes bursting with energy and raw power!”

See Sister on tour with Wednesday 13:

05/11/13 NL – Utrecht – Helling
06/11/13 DE – Köln – Luxor
07/11/13 DE – Hamburg – Logo
09/11/13 SE – Gothenburg – Fängelset
10/11/13 SE – Stockholm – Debaster Slussen
11/11/13 DK – Copenhagen – Beta
12/11/13 DE – Kiel - Dezibel
13/11/13 DE – Berlin – Magnet
14/11/13 DE – Leipzig – Moritzbastei
15/11/13 CZ – Prague – Rock Café
16/11/13 DE – München – Strom
17/11/13 AT – Wien – Chelsea
19/11/13 CH – Basel – Sommercasino
20/11/13 IT – Romagnano Sesia – Rock´n´Roll Arena
21/11/13 FR – Lyon – Ninkasi Kao
22/11/13 FR – Strasbourg – La Laiterie
23/11/13 FR – Paris – Le Divan Du Monde
24/11/13 BE – Brussels – Magasin 4
26/11/13 FR – Lille – La Peniche
27/11/13 UK – Manchester – Club Academy / Academy

Sister Only
29/11/13 UK – Gwynedd – Hard Rock Hell Festival
30/11/13 UK – London - Garage

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