Sister Sin Unleash Video for ‘Hearts of Cold’

Swedish metal band Sister Sin recently revealed their new high octane video for ‘Hearts of Cold,’ the second single from their October 2012 release ‘Now and Forever.’ Directed by Eric Richter, the video plays out a story similar to the true crime that inspired the song, revolving around the gruesome tale of Juha Veikko Valjakkala and Marita Routalammi. Valjakkala and Routalammi are the Finnish couple who allegedly entered Sweden and killed a family of three after a fight over a bike. The two ruthless outlaws would go on to reportedly inspire the 1994 film ‘Natural Born Killers.’ In the exclusive clip seen below, frontwoman Liv Jagrell talks about the meaning behind the video, calling the crime one that truly impacted the band’s home country of Sweden. “For us in Sweden, we don’t have these kind of things so often,” recalls Jagrell. “Sweden was very frozen by this.” Jagrell went on to say that after being incarcerated, Valjakkala’s evil continued, explaining, “This guy, they put him in prison and I think he escaped like five times.” The video puts a new spin on the song and Jagrell gets to put her acting skills to the test throughout the video, playing the female role in the infamous duo, check it out above. Jagrell and Sister Sin are gearing up for a North American tour run that kicks off in February with some dates with Doro before initiating their own headlining run. Check out the dates below. Watch the Exclusive Behind the Meaning of Sister Sin’s ‘Hearts of Cold’ Video [button href=”” title=”Sister Sin, ‘Now and Forever’ – Album Review” align=”center”] Sister Sin Tour Dates: With Doro: 2/1- Tampa, Fla. – Brass Mug 2/2- Atlanta, Ga. – The Masquerade 2/3- West Springfield, Va. – Empire 2/4- New York, N.Y. – BB Kings 2/5- Baltimore, Md. – Soundstage 2/7- Toronto, Ontario –  Mod Club 2/8- Rochester, N.Y. – Montage Music Hall 2/9- Columbus, Ohio – Ace Of Cups 2/10- Cleveland, Ohio – Peabody’s 2/12-Westland, Minn. – Token Lounge 2/13- Joliet, Ill. – Mojoes 2/14- St. Paul, Minn. – Station 4 2/15- Waterloo, Iowa – Spicoli’s Grill and the Reverb 2/17- Englewood, Colo. – Moe’s 2/19- Seattle, Wash. – El Corazon 2/20- Portland, Ore. –  Hawthorne Theatre 2/21- San Francisco, Calif. -Thee Parkside 2/22- West Hollywood, Calif. – House Of Blues 2/23- Tempe, Ariz. – Rocky Point Cantina Headlining Tour Dates: 2/24-Las Vegas, Nev. – LVCS 2/26- Austin, Texas – Dirty Dog Bar 2/27- Fort Worth, Texas – Tomcats West 2/28- Oklahoma City, Okla. – The Chameleon Room 3/1- St. Louis, Mo. – Fubar 3/2- Little Rock, Ark. – Downtown Music Hall 3/3- Atlanta, Ga. – The Masquerade 3/5- Spartanburg, S.C. – Ground Zero 3/7- Baltimore, Md. – Paparizza 3/8- Pittsburgh, Pa. – Smiling Moose 3/9- Trenton, N.J. – Championships

Sister Sin Unleash Video for ‘Hearts of Cold’

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