Queen V: The Decade of Queen V review Oct11

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Queen V: The Decade of Queen V review

Gone are the days of the vintage rock singer. The days of the gritty, hard, rock music are all but gone- until now, at least. Queen V is back with her latest offering- The Decade of Queen V, which is destined to make any rock and roll fan jump out of their seat with excitement.

Queen V does what we’ve all been waiting for, which is creating a real rock record that breaks all the rules. She doesn’t talk about the nice, happy stuff that we hear on rock radio nowadays. Rather, she takes that badass rock and roll image and makes it her own and doesn’t give a shit what you think.

Loaded with classic metal guitars that will take you back to the days of Motorhead and a badgirl image similar to that of Lzzy Hale, The Decade of Queen V is the latest chapter in the new age of female-fronted metal bands.

Rating: 9/10

-Reggie Edwards