With her premier EP Queen of Sin, Moscow sinks her nails in, grabs hold and (trust me) it’s a ride you’ll want to stay for. As soon as the first track hits, it’s obvious Moscow is carving out a sound all her own.
“Queen of Sin” leads the charge and demands one’s attention with an energy that continues through the other four songs on this release.
Somehow balancing strength and sensuality, Tursunova’s vocals are an experience to behold. Her voice brings a theatrical presence, tying fiercely and beautifully to the backbone of this album. One listen and we witness confidence, passion, and talent. “Watch Me Burn” is the perfect example of this welcomed “rock opera” approach, as it crashes onto the metal scene.
Also, her chops. I mean, Elizaveta can sing, but it’s so much more than that. You can feel what she is trying to convey. The energy is palpable, and my God is it intoxicating. “Heartbeat” and “Black Widow” are further proof she has arrived, and she’s bringing her guns to spar with the big leagues.
Make no mistake, Moscow is here, and she is here to stay.
Queens of Sin is available now!