Swedish punk/metal act SISTER, whose new album Disguised Vultures just dropped on January 27 in the UK, premiered the music video for the track “My Enemy” at the same time. Check out the new video produced by Jimmy Johansson below.
Sister drummer/backing vocalist Cari comments on the track “My Enemy” used for the new video:
“‘My Enemy’ is a trip through a chaos filled mind. The lyrics speak about personal feelings on the ups and downs in life and also about what the world has become today. As the opener for the album this song goes out 110% from the start to seconds after hit the brakes and then come back with full force again. That’s pretty much how we live our lives today.”
The video’s producer Jimmy Johansson adds:
“My vision with this video was to make it ‘in your face’ as much as possible, just like the song. I wanted to portrait the ugly sides of humanity such as war, murder, torture, school dances, poverty, starvation, gluttony and so on. Hopefully we can make someone think. If the video doesn’t affect you in any way, we have failed. And if you think it’s too much, then you should just stay at home and not watch the news ever again and keep on ignoring.”
Disguised Vultures emphasizes what the band is all about: heavy, raw sound and attitude. Fans will find plenty more of what Revolver Magazine described as “a genre-bending amalgam of street punk attitude and glam-inspired melodies” on this new album.