December 2, 2015, 42 minutes ago
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Metal has a new maiden with Kelly Maglia. Kelly not only channels the best of 80s glam metal (think Skid Row and Heart had a love child), but she does it with a Cirque du Soleil twist. Mötley Crüe may have thrown dollar bills at girls, girls, girls, but Kelly takes the pole back and enters the scene as a new kind of heavy metal Goddess: singer, acrobat and musician all at once.
The songstress released her first EP, Just Enough Rough, on December 1st. The EP ranges from feel-good modern hair metal to darker, progressive themes of alienation in modern American suburbia. Four of the EP’s five songs, co-written by Kelly, are her original lyrics and music. EP also features a revved up version of Aerosmith’s “Love In An Elevator” with a raucous video to match.
Kelly is set to take the metal world by storm with her high-octane theatrical shows and over-the-top costumes. Kelly’s live shows feature pole dancers, contortionists, and acrobats who light up the stage in Kelly’s original designs.
“Just Enough Rough”
“Love In An Elevator”
“Two Men, One Choice”
“Just Enough Rough” video: