‘Liv Sin’ Follow Me Review

Artist- Liv Sin
Album -Follow Me
Release Date- 28th April
Genre- Metal/Hard Rock

Liv Sin – Lead vocals
Patrick Ankermark – Guitars
Chris Bertzell – Guitars
Tommie Winther – Bass
Per Bjelovuk – Drums

Following the split of Sister Sin, Liv Sin still had so much to offer fans and set out to find a band that could create the power and attitude that Liv is known for after scouring the Swedish landscape Liv Sin was born.
The debut album ‘Follow Me’ saw Liv team up with Fitty Weinhold (UDO) and Stefan Kaufmann ( Ex Accept, ex UDO) to handle the recording.

Album opener ‘The Fall’ erupts into a frenzy of riffs and thumping drums which sets the tone for the album as Liv powers and screeches her way into your ears and batters your senses with a demonic hunger as guitar masters Patrick Ankermark and Chris Bertzell finger the boards quicker and with more vigour than a sex starved hobo in a porn movie.
Lead single ‘Let Me Out’ is a melodic blast of riffs and thumping bass held together with pounding drums and Liv’s unmistakeble screeches and cries as she powers her way through verse after verse and batters your ears with the chorus of ‘Let Me Out’ which you will soon be screeching along to with air guitar in hand as you raise the horns to the she devil that is Liv Sin.
‘Endless Roads’ has a melodic almost eighties intro which soon turns into a foot stomping almost anthemic number with thick riffs and catchy chorus a great but short solo midway which will appease the air guitarist in us all as ‘We Stay Forever Young’
‘Immortal Sin’ is a remake of the Rob Halford (Fight Band Pre Priest) the track features Jyrki 69 of Finnish Metallers 69 eyes on vocals a great cover which will have your feet tapping and heads banging as soon as you hear the opening riff.
The album closer ‘The Beast Inside’ starts with a melodic guitar riff and smooth vocals from Liv which is continued until midway through when all of a sudden the demon switch is flicked and hell desends upon us, as we accept our mortality and raise the horns to the demons of Liv Sin and cry like a beast inside.

Rating 10