PENETRATOR: 'Adulteress' Video Posted Online

PENETRATOR, the Toronto-based power metal band featuring "Bulldog" Bess Ross, Tony Iommi's personal guitar tech during BLACK SABBATH's "Never Say Die" tour, have uploaded a "rough edit" of their video for the song "Adulteress" at this location. The clip features an appearance by Phil Naro (LEE AARON, TALAS, PETER CRISS) and the "lovely" model/actress Sheri Klawitter, according to a posting on the band's web site.

PENETRATOR issued their self-titled debut album through Greece's Sonic Age Records. The CD contains nine songs of "U.S.-type power metal with outstanding 'macho' vocals, reminding [the listener] of acts like JUDAS PRIEST ('Painkiller' era), WINTER'S BANE, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE, etc.," according to a press release. The group's lineup is completed by singer Maxel Black, drummer Ogie Dawg and bassist David T. Green.


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