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Sister Sin on the Road

2 months till @MayhemFest! Watch first-timers @SISTERSIN on #MayhemMonday & get your tickets: http://t.co/bVMx9KkFdV https://t.co/CXtO5wVn3l — Victory Records (@victoryrecords) April 27, 2015 About Sister Sin – Tour Info Sister Sin was formed in 2002 and released various recordings via smaller indie labels. They issued their first non-indie album Switchblade Serenades via Victory Records in October 2008; it reached number 107 on Top Heatseekers in the first week of release in the US. The band performed two US national tours in support of the album, with bands like Motörhead, Otep, and Ill Niño. Sister Sin also toured Europe with Arch...

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The Force of Black & Roll – An Interview with Ben Falgoust of Goatwhore

Interview conducted in 2009 by Melanie Falina Orleans, Louisiana, the town black and rollers Goatwhore hail from, is a heavily Catholic town. And if you’ve even been there during their summer-time (about six months out of the year as opposed to the two and a half months that most U.S. cities have) then it will all become clear why because that immense heat and humidity will make almost anyone begin to pray for relief. Goatwhore, however, have their own ideas. Having just released their forth studio album, Carving Out The Eyes of God, it’s obvious they’re not too worried about religious rituals or beliefs. While on the road in support of their new release, Goatwhore vocalist Ben Falgoust had the opportunity to chat about the new album, all things Goatwhore, and that Louisiana heat. “I guess you just learn to deal with it. Like when I’m at home I work in a warehouse and it gets pretty fucking hot in the warehouse – but you just go with it, that’s how it is. Just like the people that live in Canada who deal with the snow everywhere.” On this particular day on their tour the guys had just crossed the boarder from Canada back into the U.S. and – as usual – had to deal with a few raised eyebrows when they gave their band name to the boarder...

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