Posts Tagged ‘Fight’

Review by Jeff Maki
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Sister Sin had a fairly successful 13-year career, which saw the Swedish hard rockers sell thousands of records and play all over the world, including the 2014 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, where we interviewed vocalist Liv Sin (read here), who also stakes claim as one of Revolver’s “Hottest Chicks in Metal.” When Sister Sin unexpectedly called it quits in 2015, Liv Sin—the band—was born. And what a rebirth it is. Follow Me sees Liv transforming into full-on-metal, while channeling the classic sound from the late ’80s and early ’90s.

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Swedish metal goddess Liv Sin has released the video for “Immortal Sin” (f / Jyrki 69 from 69 Eyes) from her debut solo album Follow Me. The video can be seen inside. The classic Fight cover comes off of Liv’s recently released and hotly tipped debut solo album, Follow Me, which was produced by the duo of Stefan Kaufmann and Fitty Weinhold, who brought out more intense metal in me than I ever could imagine” Liv says. “These guys have been in the business and in this music for so long, so their experience really brought out the essence of our songs, for the better.” Watch it inside! (more…)

Rob Halford

Rob Halford

Sony Music Entertainment and Legacy Recordings, SME’s catalog division, have signed a worldwide rights deal with the Metal God, Rob Halford. Frontman of the legendary heavy metal band Judas Priest, Halford has branched out on various side projects since 1992, including his bands Fight, 2wo and Halford. The new SONY/Legacy agreement with Halford will include individual album catalog titles and audio-visual releases. Upcoming anthology titles will include an Essential and Playlist collection with plans for a definitive Complete Albums Box.  (more…)

halford-vol-1Every rock or metal fan knows Rob Halford is the lead singer of the legendary British metal band Judas Priest. And all should know he left Priest in 1991 and went on to several other projects before returning to the fold in 2003. Metal God Essentials Vol.1 serves as a best-of compilation and a great introduction for those unfamiliar with these other projects. (more…)