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Loud-Stuff has a new review of The Lost Art of Rock & Roll:
We were recently sent through details of Electric Sister, a hard rock band from Oakland, to see what we thought. Having already scored a support slot with none other than Black Label Society, the band have been riding high since the release of The Lost Art Of Rock & Roll. Drawing influence from the best of classic rock, punk and metal, Electric Sister attack songs without restraint and as such, have developed a reputation as a live act to get out there and see. Based on this, I figured I should check out their music to see if it matched up!
Heavy Metal Bullet has a new review of The Lost Art of Rock & Roll:
Electric Sister’s album “The Lost Art of Rock & Roll” is a old school 80′s Heavy Metal extravaganza from a new metal band.
The album fits probably more into the Hard Rock category than metal today with it’s old school sound heavy on power chords and riffs and with a definite KISS styling to it.
Maximum Metal has a new review of The Lost Art of Rock & Roll:
Top fueled throttle to shake Cali right off the map…
“The Lost Art Of Rock And Roll” is no latte-sippin’, beach-ready Chickenfoot and no stroll down Retro Rock Lane; this is lead-fisted hard rock played from gutter to sidewalk to mainline ditch and never playing it safe by middle of the road or paint by numbers. Oakland’s Electric Sister jam out a barrel of good times with this debut fist pumper with enough intensity and top fueled throttle to shake Cali right off the map. This sort of bare chested, thump metal should appeal to fans of boisterous new acts like Mama Kin, Endeverafter, Underride and Bad City.
Electric Sister was asked to contribute a track to a new Van Halen tribute album ‘Take Your Whiskey Home: A Millennium Tribute to Van Halen – 1977 – 1984.’ So we picked “Drop Dead Legs!” Other artists we’re excited to be on this record with include Jake E Lee (Ozzy Osbourne Band/Badlands), Stephen Pearcy (Ratt), Jimmy Crespo (Aerosmith), Franki Banali (Quiet Riot), Rowan Robertson (Dio), Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Vanilla Fudge), Chris Poland (Megadeth, Circle Jerks), and Keri Kelli (Alice Cooper Band, LA Guns, Slash’s Snakepit, Every Mother’s Nightmare, Vince Neil Band). It’ll be out in May, but there will be a little teaser posted before then. Stay tuned. And in the meantime, please enjoy 35+ years of tribute-worthy Halen – http://www.vanhalenradio.com/vanhalenradio/
Electric Sister will be one of the featured bands on Hair Metal Mansion’s radio show tonight. Click here to tune in.
It’s only the 2nd of 2012, and already Electric Sister has news for all you:
First, Electric Sister almost made Maximum Metal’s top 10 list of best of 2011 – we were #11, but if you’re going to “almost make it” we’re in good company. Check it out here.
Second, ES is being featured in Hard Rock Nights Uncensored Edition. Click here for details
Thank you Maximum Metal and Hard Rock Nights! Horns high!!
Electric Sister wants to thank everyone for an amazing 2011 – here’s to an even better 2012! Happy new year to all of you!!!
BAM Magazine sat down for an interview with Electric Sister after the Black Label Society show – check it out here.