Bourbon House’s third album ‘Into The Red’ consists of ten tracks and four single releases. First up, the perfect introduction for what is to follow ‘Dead in the Water’ is full of attitude and tasty guitars. The 60s and 70s hard rock influence is evident with a healthy dose of bluesy rock throughout. Vocalist Lacey Crowe is the captain of this ship steering the band with her sultry, soulful, and powerful voice. ‘Too High to Care’ and ‘I Got Trouble’ really show off Crowe’s impressive vocal capabilities, cementing her as a powerhouse of a front-woman. Despite her larger-than-life stage presence, she doesn’t drown out the rest of the band, quite the contrary. Seamlessly tied together with heavy riffs and timeless rock n’ roll grooves, each component brings a familiar yet modern sound. Ryan Seargent on drums shines in the final track ‘Unavailable’. Ending the release on a high note, with jammin’ beats and raspy vocals this song packs a punch. Overall this release brings you a healthy dose of strong melodic vocals and classic hard rock.