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Temptress 'Temptress' Review by Allyson Kingsley

Temptress 

Temptress

Self-released

Available Now

Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

TEMPTRESS is:

Kelsey Wilson - Lead Guitar/Vocals

Andi Cuba - Drums/Vocals

Erica Pipes - Rhythm Guitar/Vocals

Christian Wright - Bass/Vocals

 

Even this lover of cold weather has to admit that when it comes to summer, nothing screams the season like rock n' roll. There's probably not too many greater pleasures than a bonfire, a few cold ones and music that gets you moving. Temptress come from the great state of Texas. I have never been there but if you are worth your salt in the metal realm we all know the legendary band spawned from there. Not to mention all of the other majestic bands that have roared their way out of Texas these many years...and now we can add yet another.

We start off the self-titled album with the rollicking rhythms of "Ride of Your Life" and for some odd reason it brought me back to the days of listening to LA Guns and WASP. The kind of music that, at that time, was more than appropriate for a biker party deep in the woods. "Hot Rails" is kickass; picture the rhythm of Motorhead and the vocal style of Metallica with a touch of punk for emphasis. Finally we have "Heavy Woman," perhaps an ode to the real heavy metal women out there, which I think would make a superb riding tune. 

Check out Temptress and horns up to a very metal summer.

 

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