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Interview with Liv

SISTER SIN's LIV talks to
Vocals,Sister Sin


Interviewed by Brian Rademacher
Date: June 2008

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Brian Rademacher: Hello Liv and welcome to

We first heard about you when you sent us over a 6-track EP in 2005 that we reviewed That was our first taste of the band. Did you release anything before that?

Liv : Yes, an album called "Dance Of The Wicked.“Sister Sin

Brian Rademacher: Then in 2007 you sent over Smash The Silence which was a stunning 5 star release that album put SISTER SIN on the top of the radar, is there any possible way SISTER SIN can top that release?

Liv : He-he yes of course, with the full-length " Switchblade Serenades " that will be released this autumn.

Brian Rademacher: The song “Hostile Violence” has the power of MÖTLEY CRÜE circa Shout at the Devil and “On Parole” is a chartbuster. How big of an influence was CRÜE on SISTER SIN?

Liv : I would say it’s a big influence! But, probably more a couple of years ago than today.

Brian Rademacher: Were there any songs that were recorded for “Smash” that did not make the release?

Liv : Nope.

Brian Rademacher: Now you recently signed to Victory Records / Metal Heaven. Was it a song orSister Sin something else that made the good people on that label stand up and take notice of SISTER SIN?

Liv : Hmm good question, you have to ask them ha-ha. I think they like all our songs and the whole package.

Brian Rademacher: Does that mean Smash The Silence is going to be re-released or are you working on a new release for Victory Records / Metal Heaven?

Liv : We are already in the studio recording new songs, but we will use some of the songs from "Smash the Silence “on our new album "Switchblade Serenades ".

Brian Rademacher: Tell me what the fuck is going on in Sweden; why are all these fantastic bands coming out of Sweden, is it the water?

Liv : Maybe, maybe ;-) No really, Sweden is a country with a history of good musicians, and since rock is a big thing in our country, it falls naturally that way…

Brian Rademacher: Now on your personal MySpace site you’re looking HOT and it says, “You are a True Sister of Sin Beware.” Are you after the same thing male musicians look for after the show?

Liv : Ha-ha-ha not any more, Liv in BikiniI have a boyfriend now, but yes, when I was single you would probably have to run and hide ;-)

Brian Rademacher: Tell us what it’s like going to see SISTER SIN Live?

Liv : A lot of ass kicking songs and brutal hair-action!

Brian Rademacher: You played the Sweden Rock Festival this year; can you tell us what that was like?

Liv : Awesome!! Really awesome! I’m there every year looking at bands and drinking too much beer so to be able to play there was like a dream come true!

Brian Rademacher: Tell us a little about your modeling career?

Liv : I really like being in front of a camera but I don’t have too much time for it anymore, but I still will have time if I get a good offer.

Brian Rademacher: You played with a lot of great bands, which band treated SISTER SIN the best and why?

Liv : I have to say Doro, she is down to earth and a very kind person.

Brian Rademacher: When SISTER SIN plays live what do you ask for in your rider?

Liv : Beers and some greasy snack for Jimmy.

Brian Rademacher: I mentioned earlier there are some great bands coming out of Sweden CRASHDÏET, Liv Topless (?)BABYLON BOMBS, SISTER, and CRAZY LIXX plus many more. What other new bands should we be on the lookout for?

Liv : H.E.A.T!

Brian Rademacher: Can you tell us; is Chris any relation to Iggie Pistolero of GYPSY PISTOLEROS?

Liv : Not that I’m aware of, but that I will have to check out!

Brian Rademacher: Can you tell us if SISTER SIN will reach the shores of the US this year?

Liv : Yes we will!!!

Brian Rademacher: Were you in any band before SISTER SIN that recorded material that fans can try and track down?

Liv : I have been the singer of a hysterical female metal band called HYSTERICA.

Brian Rademacher: What was the first concert you ever attended?

Liv : A Swedish folksinger called Mikael Wiehe when I was maybe four-years-old.

Brian Rademacher: What was the last few CD’s that you listened to?


Brian Rademacher: Liv What would SISTER SIN like to accomplish in music?

Liv : Bring back rock to every man’s home!

Brian Rademacher: If SISTER SIN could donate a large sum of money to any cause what would that be?

Liv : Greenpeace or helping cats and dogs without a home, we are very fond of animals!

Brian Rademacher: The way the world is going, what are your feelings about that?

Liv : Well not so good, too much crap happening in the world, why can’t we all be friends, bang our heads to good music and drink a nice beer?

Brian Rademacher: In your mind, do you think sex sells being a female front woman?

Liv : Doesn’t sex always sell? But I don’t know if it’s good or bad being a female front woman. I am what I am and I do what I want, that I know for sure.

Brian Rademacher: In our best of the year in 2007, we ranked SISTER SIN 8th best release of 2007 behind bands like SIXX: A.M. , SCORPIONS & GOTTHARD and ranked SISTER SIN in the best new bands to watch. How does that feel being an independent band being ranked among some of these acclaimed artists?

Liv : Fantastic!

Brian Rademacher: Hey Liv, it’s been fun. Would you like to say anything to your fans?

Liv : *stay tuned! We will be back with more metal from the streets of Sweden...


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