Electric Sister – Miss American Vampire Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising old-school sludge rock band, ELECTRIC SISTER, from Oakland, USA. We have reviewed their powerful song, MISS AMERICAN VAMPIRE, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Electric Sister is a promising old-school sludge rock band I discovered with their latest song, Miss American Vampire, released as a single in 2020. Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

We are here with our readership today with a powerful comeback of a rock band, Electric Sister, from Oakland, California. A five-piece band just released their new material, a raw sounding old school sludge rock song with the necessary energy, drive, and intensity. By looking at our example here, I can tell you one thing for sure that these American gentlemen are experienced at what they do. Miss American Vampire is surely a good blend. They have deliciously combined old school classic heavy rock rawness and energy with some sludge rock elements here on this example, and I quite liked their approach.

When I saw and read about the band online for the first time, I was negative and doubtful. I thought it’s just another classic rock band out there making a new release. And I got this impression by only looking at their photographs, bio, and social media. However, when I listened to the song with full attention a few times, I realized they are much more than just a classic rock band for sure.

First of all, I’d like to admit that I loved the overall rawness in their sound. Badass job, truly. It sounds like they all performed together rather than fixing everything digitally (this song has everything we know as anti-digital). On the other hand, they have the foundations that will make all traditional rock and sludge/progressive rock fans happy. Hands down. These gentlemen were right about adding something else into their essence, giving us a hint about their musicianship, musical direction, and of course, understanding of music. I am glad that we have an understanding here with them, and I can easily say that they are on the right track!


Technically, Miss American Vampire has very satisfying standards to me. It might not be the best possible production-wise, and I can accept that. But we should all keep in mind that we are talking about a very experienced band here. People have the right to choose to be imperfect – which we all are – and decide to keep everything as it is. I don’t know about you, my friends, but I respect that decision.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am positive about Electric Sister. In my book, the more they will move away from “just another classic rock band” look and impression, the better for them and their careers. As I mentioned above, they have the right foundations in their music. All they have to do is to keep on working hard, writing new music, and pushing every limit possible!

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates ELECTRIC SISTER for their successful job in MISS AMERICAN VAMPIRE and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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