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Salems Lott Mask of Morality (Part 1) EP Red Moon Records Album review

Mask of Morality (Part 1) EP

Red Moon Records

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio




I absolutely love when I get an excellent headbanging treat for review.  Salems Lott has thoroughly enchanted me with the latest EP Mask of Morality (Part 1). The EP is available now via Red Moon Records. ALSO check out their 2015 self-titled EP.


The band formed in 2013 in Hollywood, California and have been gracing the stage of The Roxy, The House of Blues and The Whisky A Go Go and apparently had been banned from another venue. That's when you know that shit is real good. “No Choice to Love" was featured as top track of the week in Revolver magazine and they have been featured on Sleaze Roxx. Dual guitarists Jett and Monroe Black along with bassist Kay and drummer Tony Corpse re -vive new life and fire in the realm of shock metal. If you enjoy Murderdolls and Wednesday 13 you're in for a treat.


“Enigma" features chaotic drum battery and buzzsaw raw slicing guitars. The vocals are energetic and venomous.  “When Heaven Comes Down" and “You Can't Hide From the Beast" continue with intense furious melodies, gnashing vocals and the damn beautiful crushing guitar solos.


Salems Lott are a veritable whirlwind of ravenous energy hell bent on annihilation. I yearn for more.


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