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Sister: Disguised Vultures

I imagine that once upon a time I would have liked this much more than I actually do. Apparently the band have toured with Wednesday 13 which may well explain why this sounds so very much like the work of the aforementioned Joseph Poole and his many guises (W13, Murderdolls and the Frankenstein Drag Queens,) so much so that it's very distracting indeed. Even the songs sound like they should be on a W13 album; Sick? The title track? Slay Yourself? It's not that the songs per se are rubbish, they're perfectly serviceable horror-inflected tunes which, at their best (Arise) are punchy and tuneful but there is absolutely nothing original whatsoever on the album at all. I am confident that if you were to play this to any thirteen year old Goth that they'd think it's a work of utter genius but for those of us longer in the tooth its sadly a case of heard-it-all-before.

Track Listing:
01. My Enemy
02. Sick
03. Disguised Vultures
04. Arise
05. We Salute 'Em
06. Slay Yourself
07. Naked
08. DMN
09. (Stop the) Revolution
10. Please Kill Me

Added: March 17th 2014
Reviewer: Simon Bray
Related Link: Band Facebook Page
Hits: 1448
Language: english

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