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Eye Empire vs. Sister Sin – Cage Match

Photos: Facebook: Eye Empire, David Jackson / Facebook: Sister Sin With Motionless In White winning five consecutive matches to enter Loudwire’s Cage Match Hall of Fame, it’s time for two new bands and their latest tracks to duke it out. First up are  Eye Empire and their track ‘I Pray’ off of their debut album ‘Moment of Impact’ and also featured on their two disc follow-up ‘Impact.’ Eye Empire consists of Dark New Day members bassist Corey Lowery and B.C. Kochmit, as well as Submersed vocalist Donald Carpenter and drummer Ryan Bennett. Challenging Eye Empire are Swedish metallers Sister Sin , who heat things up with their lead single ‘ End of the Line’ off their new disc ‘Now and Forever.’ The band is also set to hit the road for a massive tour of the States in 2013 with Doro. For a full list of dates and cities, go here . So will Eye Empire’s prayers be answered for a win or will this be the start of a string of victories for Sister Sin with ‘End of the Line’? Get in on the action and vote for your favorite track below! (This Cage Match will run until Friday, Dec. 7 at 8AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Listen to Eye Empire, ‘I Pray’ Listen to Sister Sin, ‘End of the Line’ Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. Email Me When Cage Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the daily winner of the Cage Match, as well as our top stories of the day. Email Rules of Cage Match: Fans can vote once per hour for their favorite song. If a song remains the reigning champ for five straight cage matches, it is retired to the Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame. With so many great songs out there, we have to give other bands a chance!

Sister Sin Unleash Video for ‘End of the Line’

Victory Records Swedish metal outfit Sister Sin have unleashed a gritty new video for the new single, ‘End of the Line,’ off of their upcoming album ‘Now and Forever.’ In our exclusive interview with frontwoman Liv Jagrell, she told us all about the new track, saying, “It’s a really good first single, I think, because the whole album is in that style. It shows a different side of Sister Sin because we actually have some keyboards in this song and on some of the other songs, too, and we worked both on the dynamics and on the melodies in a [different] way than the previous album.” Jagrell adds, “On this album and on that song we thought a little bit out of the box and experimented and tried to go out of what our comfort zone is. I think it turned out really good, I’m happy with the album and that song.” The hard hitting video was filmed at an old nuclear reactor testing facility in Stockholm, Sweden, and it intertwines scenes of the band rocking out with narrative shots of Jagrell being held in an institutional room. The personal trainer by day and hard-rocking vocalist by night also shows off some of her strength as she gets sweaty, effortlessly doing some sit-ups and pull-ups in the clip. As far as the lyrics of the Sister Sin tune goes, the songstress states, “It’s about the kinds of scams, political and religious scams and people everywhere trying to tell us the world is going to end but we really just want to try to live today and not to live for tomorrow or for things that might happen. It’s satirical a little bit towards all of those people trying to say what we should do and not do.” Sister Sin’s new album ‘Now and Forever’ arrives on Oct. 22, and can be pre-ordered here in various packages. Check out the video for ‘End of the Line’ below: Watch Sister Sin’s Video for ‘End of the Line’

Sister Sin Unveil ‘End of the Line’ Lyric Video

The Swedish band Sister Sin have released the lyric video (watch below) for the song ‘End of the Line.’ It’s the lead-off single from their upcoming album ‘Now and Forever,’ set for an Oct. 23 release. The album was mixed by Cameron Webb (Motorhead, Danzig, Social Distortion). Sister Sin have been around for about a decade, and ‘Now and Forever’ will be their fourth album. The female-fronted band’s sound is

Bleeding Through Drop Off ‘The True Defiance’ 2012 Tour With Demon Hunter

California metal outfit Bleeding Through have canceled their run as part of the line-up for Demon Hunter’s ‘The True Defiance Tour 2012’ due to the band’s lead vocalist Brandan Schieppati recovering from surgery. Bleeding Through have released the following statement regarding the tour and Schieppati’s condition: “It is with deep regret that I am here to report that we have to drop off the current Demon Hunter tour. As you

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