The Sisters Of Mercy


The Sisters of Mercy, the legendary group founded by Andrew Eldritch, emphatically left a dark mark on the 1980s. Drum computers combined with guitars gave them classics like "Temple of Love", "Alice", "No Time To Cry", "Marianne" and "This Corrosion". The Sisters of Mercy are a rock'n'roll band, and a pop band, and an "industrial groove machine". Their unique sound still has a major influence on several hip groups of today, and so they succeed in constantly renewing their audience. Live sets consist of the classics, older unpublished songs and new work on a regular basis. The energetic live shows guarantee lots of smoke, but with a bit of luck you can catch a glimpse of Andrew Eldritch and co!