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Black Roses

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Great stuff

It’s clear that Black Roses isn’t about the fun times and great memories of a relationship. There’s no doubt that frontman Kevin Presbrey has been through a lot of relationships gone bad, or at least one deep relationship gone bad. Sorrow, regrets, and heartbreak set to a country/blues soundtrack is what Black Roses is all about.

One of the best of 2007!!!

Black Roses by Painkiller Hotel is an amazing cd! There's not one song that you'd ever want to skip on this cd. The lyrics are very powerful and the music is pure rock! It's hard to pick favorites but some of mine are "How Was I Supposed to Know", "Lead Me On", "So Far Away", and "Brightest Flame". Definitely check out this cd or even just a few songs off of it because you'll definitely want to buy more once you get a taste of this music!

Played at Quigley's, Naperville, IL

Great sounding band. Nice guys. We saw them live at Quigley's: an Irish pub in Naperville, IL. Good rock band. Can't wait to hear more from them.

Biography

Formed: Aurora, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Alternative rock quartet Painkiller Hotel was formed in Chicago, Illinois, by singer/songwriter/guitarist Kevin "Eddie Prez" Presbrey with guitarist Klaus Luchs (later replaced by Leif Hendrixon), bassist Adam Harker, and drummer Mike "Rusty Krow" Krull (later replaced by Jeff Kissel). After playing in bars and clubs around the Midwest for a few years, the band self-released its debut album, Black Roses, in the spring of 2007....
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