Album Review: Moscow – “Queen of Sin” EP

Moscow is kicking serious ass in her debut EP Queen of Sin. The album is heavy, fun, and sexy, but what else would you expect from someone who’s one of Revolver Magazine’s “25 Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock.” The EP only has five songs on it, but it packs a serious punch.

The title track “Queen of Sin” is a great opener for the album. It’s powerful and gets you headbanging from the first note. From singing to screaming, Moscow delivers each note with the same ferocity that makes you believe you are the queen of sin yourself. Most of the songs on this EP are hard and fast, but “Watch Me Burn” slows down the album a little bit. It’s just as powerful as the other songs, but in a different way. The chorus is an anthem that you will sing at the top of your lungs. It’s empowering and a lot of fun to sing along with.

Queen of Sin is a strong debut release from Moscow that will appeal to everyone.

  1. Queen of Sin
  2. Nowhere to Hide
  3. Black Widow
  4. Watch Me Burn
  5. Heartbeat

Post by Karen Shalev

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