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PRIESTESS Hello Master Lime Records (2007)

Priestess Canadian quartet Priestess release their debut album in the UK on 7 May. Itís twelve tracks of rock somewhere between Cream, Sabbath and Motorhead but, like fellow Canadians Nickelback with a clever commercial element that makes their sound eminently radio friendly. In a hard rock sort of a way, that is.

For those who love to rock, this remixed and remastered version of the group's debut featuring Mikey Heppner on vocals and guitar, Mike Dyball on bass, Vince Nudo on vocals and drums, and Dan Watchorn on vocals and guitar is a blast. Reference points abound - Zeppelin, Priest, Leppard, Lizzy, and even Heep.

It sounds like an album from the 1970ís, but fresh and familiar. With a great guitar sound, some great licks and great songs this is one to turn the volume up to eleven on.


Review by Pete Whalley


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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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