For fans of KYUSS: See SISTERS' druggy new "Black Stars" video | Revolver

For fans of KYUSS: See SISTERS' druggy new "Black Stars" video

Fuzz-rock duo features Spotlights member Mario Quintero

Last year, we took a liking to an upstart band called Sisters whose eerie song "Born Again" beared resemblance to Deftones, Failure and Hum. 

The duo — Jason Blackmore (formerly of 1990s alt-rockers Molly McGuire) and Mario Quintero of Pittsburgh-based post-metal crew Spotlights — dropped their debut full-length, Leecheater, last August, and one of the standout tracks is a song called "Black Stars." 

It sounds kind of like Kyuss crossed with White Zombie, with a full-throttle groove and a fuzz-blasted riff that hits hard. Today (February 5th), we're premiering Sisters' brand new video for "Black Stars," and it's psychedelic as hell. The perfect visual accompaniment for this bleary, blown-out track. 

Watch it above via YouTube. 

"We figured you can't let your eardrums have all the fun, so here is a lil something to entertain your eyeballs as well," Blackmore said. "Oh, and the song is about drugs. Thanks for listening and watching."

In March, Sisters will embark on a short tour throughout the Midwest. Peep the dates below. 

Leecheater is out now via Spartan Records and you can check it out here.

Sisters 2024 tour dates:
3/19 - St. Louis, MO - Platypus
3/20 - Chicago, IL - Sub-T Downstairs
3/21 - Lexington, KY - Green Lantern
3/22 - Tolono, IL - Loose Cobra
3/23 - Kansas City, MO - Mini Bar