Death Dealer Addresses Military Suicide Epidemic In New Single, Video

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Death Dealer premiered the lyric video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single, ’22 Gone Today’ Tuesday. The single is the fifth single from the band’s latest album, Conquered Lands (2020). Its premiere and that of its video follows that of the album’s existing singles, ‘The Heretic Has Returned,’ ‘Every Nation,’ ‘Running With the Wolves,’ and ‘Sorcerer Supreme.’

According to front man Sean Peck, the song’s lyrical theme takes on the topic of suicides among military personnel.

“When I was researching the song, I was blown away by this shocking number of tragic losses that happen each day,” said Peck.  “This video brings attention to it in a very powerful way.  Even though it was a ballad, this song was a surprise hit with the critics and our fans so we decided to give it the video treatment.”

Guitarist Stu Marshall expanded on his band mate’s comments with his own thoughts.

“I feel passionately about our combat agencies and respect the fact these people put their lives on the line every day for our liberties and freedoms, said Marshall.  “Australian and American troops have stood shoulder to shoulder for decades and this song resonates the sadness of soldier suicide and why we need to support our troops in every way we can.”

The video for ’22 Gone Today’ features the song’s lyrics placed over imagery, such as soldiers and former soldiers in settings that find them contemplating the topics addressed in those noted lyrics. The whole thing ends with a reminder and offer of help to veterans who are dealing with depression, complete with phone number for the Military Crisis Line.

As noted by the band members in their comments, the musical arrangement featured in the song is a subdued, contemplative ballad. It does well to translate the emotion in the song’s lyrical theme and illustrate the thoughts and emotions through which so many veterans battle daily.

More information on Conquered Lands is available online along with all of Death Dealer’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://www.deathdealermetal.com

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Death Dealer Debuts New Single, ‘The Heretic Has Returned’

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Death Dealer has released another track from its latest album.

The band recently premiered its new single, ‘The Heretic Has Returned.’ The song is featured in the band’s latest album, Conquered Lands. It is the album’s fourth single, coming on the heels of ‘Every Nation,’ ‘Running With the Wolves,’ and ‘Sorcerer Supreme.’

‘The Heretic Has Returned’ is the “sequel” to the band’s song, ‘Curse of the Heretic.’ That song was featured in the band’s debut album, War Master.

The musical arrangement at the center of ‘The Heretic Has Returned’ is everything that Death Dealer’s fans have come to expect from the band. The powerhouse shredding from the guitars, equally powerful operatic vocals, rich bass and machine gun precise time keeping make the song a memorable power metal opus.

The lyrical content that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement follows the story of ‘Curse of the Heretic,’ as noted. This is someone who is questioning certain institutions.

More information on Conquered Lands is available online along with all of Death Dealer’s latest news at:

Websitehttps://www.deathdealermetal.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/deathdealerband

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Death Dealer “Conquers” The Power Metal Realm With Its Latest LP

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Power metal outfit Death Dealer officially returned this year with its latest album.  The band’s third album, Conquered Lands is a presentation that will appeal to the band’s fans just as much as to those of the power metal genre.  That is proven in no small part to its infectious musical arrangements.  This will be discussed shortly.  Its lyrical themes add their own appeal to its presentation, and will be discussed a little later.  The record’s sequencing rounds out its most important elements and will be discussed later, too.  Each item noted here is important in its own way to the whole of the album.  All things considered, they make the album a successful new offering that conquers the land of power metal.

Death Dealer’s third full-length studio recording Conquered Lands is a presentation that power metal fans will agree lives up to its name.  It definitely conquers the power metal realm.  That is proven in part through its featured musical arrangements.  From start to end of the 11-song presentation, the arrangements lend themselves easily to comparisons to works from the likes of Judas Priest, Blind Guardian, and Sabaton.  That is evidenced in the soaring guitar lines, front man Sean Peck’s equally powerhouse vocals, and rhythm section pairing of bassist Ross The Boss and drummer Steve Bolognese.  For the most part, the arrangements maintain a relatively high energy.  However, there are some moments that while slower, are still heavy in their own right.  Case in point is the album’s slower but still very heavy title track.  It is not until even more than halfway through the nearly five minute song that it picks up the pace.  That increase in tempo and energy is only temporary, though.  It does slow back down to the heavy, sludge style sound and style with which it opened.  ’22 Gone’ is another of the album’s slower tunes that is still so powerful even being a more introspective composition.  That these two slower moments are thrown into the mix gives listeners some variety in terms of musical arrangements, making for its own share of interest for audiences.  The whole of the arrangements forms a strong foundation for the record.  Building on that foundation is the equally diverse lyrical content that couples with the record’s musical content.

The lyrical content that is featured in Death Dealer’s new album is important because unlike its musical counterparts, is even more diverse.  From beginning to end, audiences get a lot of different topics.  The whole thing opens with a song about the famed Marvel Comics character Dr. Strange in the form of ‘Sorcerer Supreme.’  ‘Every Nation,’ the album’s second song takes things in a completely different direction with its proud, fist-pumping anthem that declares the strength of metal and its audiences.  Peck goes so far as to say here, “They don’t understand us/We’re kicked to the curb/Often we scare them/And leave them disturbed/We like it that way/We don’t care what they say.”  He goes on later in the song to note, “If the world was all metal/We never would fight/We would just bang our heads/And get drunk every night.”  This could not be more true.  Metal and hard rock actually does more good for its audiences than bad for any aspect of society.  Real scientific studies that have been done support Peck’s statements.  This is just one more way in which the diversity of the record’s lyrical themes is exhibited.  ‘Faith Under Fire’ and ’22 Gone Today’ take on some very serious social issues.  ’22 Gone today’ tackles the issues of PTSD that military personnel endure long after they leave battle, as well as the physical damage that they deal with.  ‘Faith Under Fire’ meanwhile takes on the topic of the religious divide in America.  Of course, the band also takes on some lighter issues, such as apparently the tales of King Arthur and his knights in ‘Hail to the King’ and even ancient Egyptian culture in the album’s title track.  Between all of that, the seeming fantasy-based ‘Slay or be Slain,’ the call to union among metal heads that is ‘Running With The Wolves’ and the vampire-esque tale in ‘Beauty in the Blood,’ no doubt is left as to the importance of this record’s lyrical content.  While the lyrical themes featured in Conquered Lands and their companion musical content collectively do a lot to make the album widely appealing, they are just a portion of what makes the album a success.  The sequencing of the collective content puts the finishing touch to the album’s presentation.

The sequencing of Death Dealer’s new album is important because as noted, the album stays largely the same stylistically and in terms of the songs’ energies.  Save for the two noted moments, the album’s energy remains relatively high.  What is really important to note of it all is that the changes in the arrangements are just subtle enough from one to the next to keep the album interesting.  The changes are not overpowering, but not too subtle.  They are just enough that audiences can hear them through a close listen.  That in itself is important to address because it shows in its own right, a certain attention to detail throughout the album.  What’s more, the sequencing also shows that the lyrical themes do not stay too closely related from one song to the next.  This adds even more enjoyment and engagement for audiences.  Between that and the impact that the sequencing of the album’s musical arrangements has, the whole of the record’s sequencing clearly presents its own importance to the album.  When it is considered along with the albums overall content, the result is a record that succeeds because of its content and the very presentation thereof. 

Death Dealer’s new album Conquered Lands is a successful new offering from the power metal super group.  That is proven in part through its musical arrangements.  The arrangements are mostly familiar up-tempo power metal anthems.  However, there also is some slower but still very heavy content added in to the mix for a whole that will keep audiences engaged and entertained just from this aspect.  The diversity in the album’s lyrical content adds its own level of appeal to the album.  As noted the lyrical content ranges from the real to the fantastical to something in-between.  This in itself is sure to keep listeners’ attention.  The sequencing of that collective content puts the finishing touch to the album’s presentation.  The subtle changes in the stylistic approaches to those high-energy arrangements do just enough to keep listeners engaged and entertained.  The constant change in the album’s lyrical content through that sequencing builds even more on the importance of the album’s sequencing.  Each item noted is important in its own way to the whole of the album.  All things considered, the album proves that it lives up to its title.  It is available now.

More information on Conquered Lands is available online along with all of Death Dealer’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://www.deathdealermetal.com

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Death Dealer Debuts ‘Every Nation’ Lyric Video

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Death Dealer debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the lyric video for its new single ‘Every Nation‘ Tuesday. The song and its video are the third from the band’s latest album Conquered Lands. The band debuted the album’s second single, ‘Running With The Wolves’ last month, along with its video. The album’s lead single,  ‘Sorcerer Supreme’ and its video debuted Sept. 3.

Front man Sean Peck said the lyrics for this vintage style power metal opus are timeless during a recent interview with the band.

“It is kind of weird that I wrote these lyrics 4 years ago and the video was scheduled to come out now in the middle of a turbulent time of division,” he said. “The song represents how I feel that the metal community that it is an evolved society compared to others. If I see someone with an Iron Maiden shirt on at the store I say hey what is up and throw them the horns. I do not care about any of the things that could divide us. I just know we are both metal loving maniacs and that is the number one thing for me. People say it is a lifestyle off the cuff but it really is.”

Peck’s band mate Ross The Boss added his own comments to the discussion.

“The song is really rocking and has a strong message too,” he said. “Music is a uniter and the video captured the concept perfectly. This whole album is filled with great songs like this one I am really proud of it. So support heavy metal and pick it up!”

Guitarist Stu Marshall said he, too, was happy the song became one of the album’s singles.

“I was hoping this track would get picked as one of the songs to do a video for,” said Marshall. “I always liked how it came together when Sean and I wrote it. This track is one I am sure we will be working into the live set in the future.”

Bassist Mike Lepond was upbeat as he shares his thoughts on the new single during the interview.

“Sean and Stu let me be as creative as I wanted on the album,” said Lepond. “They just set me loose and trusted me 100%. This style of metal is right up my alley. It’s where my playing is at its best. The level of talent in this band is off the charts. These guys push me to the edge and I love it.”

Conquered Lands is the third album from Death Dealer, whose lineup consists of Peck (Three Tremors, Cage, Denner/Shermann) on vocals, Ross The Boss (ex-Manowar) on guitar, Steve Bolognes (Into Eternity, Ross The Boss Band) on drums, Marshall (Dungeon, Night Legion) also on guitar, and Mike LePond (Symphony X, Ross The Boss Band) on bass.

Pre-orders for Conquered Lands are open. The album’s track listing is noted below.

‘CONQUERED LANDS’ TRACKLIST:

  1. Sorcerer Supreme
  2. Every Nation
  3. Beauty and the Blood
  4. Running with the Wolves
  5. The Heretic Has Returned
  6. Conquered Lands
  7. Hail to the King
  8. Slay or Be Slain
  9. Faith Under Fire
  10. 22 Gone
  11. Born to Bear the Crown

More information on Death Dealer’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Websitehttp://www.deathdealermetal.com

Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/deathdealerband

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Death Dealer Debuts ‘Running With The Wolves’ Video

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Death Dealer debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Running With The Wolves‘ Wednesday. The song and its video are the second from the band’s forthcoming album Conquered Lands, which is scheduled for release Nov. 13 through Steel Cartel.

The band debuted the album’s lead single, ‘Sorcerer Supreme’ and its video Sept. 3. the video and song apparently focus on Marvel Comics’ famed character Dr. Strange.

The ‘Running With The Wolves’ video features footage of the band on live stages in Latvia, Russia, and Romania. The footage was recorded during the band’s Hallowed Ground Tour, which was in support of the band’s 2015 sophomore album Hallowed Ground. It is coupled with various footage of wolves running through forested settings as the song plays over the imagery.

The footage used for the video illustrates the song’s lyrical content, which is simply about the band being on the road.

Guitarist Stu Marhsall talked about the footage used for the video in a recent interview.

“We had a ton of footage from that great tour and the video captures the crazy energy we generate at these shows and how the crowd reacts to the band and our songs,” he said. “I am really looking forward to playing these new songs of ‘Conquered Lands’ live eventually.”

Front man Sean Peck offered his own thoughts on the video with his own comments.

“It is always a challenge to decide what songs to do videos for when you are promoting a record,” said Peck. “I dig the hook on it and it is a fun song about being in Death Dealer. I always like bands that do songs about kicking ass. I was cracking myself up as I wrote the lyrics. It goes back to the KISS days I would say even.”

Ross The Boss added to the discussion, noting, “Conquered Lands has a lot of heavy fast stuff on it but this song really has a rocking vibe and great energy,” he said. “It is one of my personal favorites on our new record.”

Conquered Lands is the third album from Death Dealer, whose lineup consists of Peck (Three Tremors, Cage, Denner/Shermann) on vocals, Ross The Boss (ex-Manowar) on guitar, Steve Bolognes (Into Eternity, Ross The Boss Band) on drums, Marshall (Dungeon, Night Legion) also on guitar, and Mike LePond (Symphony X, Ross The Boss Band) on bass.

Pre-orders for Conquered Lands are open. The album’s track listing is noted below.

‘CONQUERED LANDS’ TRACKLIST:

  1. Sorcerer Supreme
  2. Every Nation
  3. Beauty and the Blood
  4. Running with the Wolves
  5. The Heretic Has Returned
  6. Conquered Lands
  7. Hail to the King
  8. Slay or Be Slain
  9. Faith Under Fire
  10. 22 Gone
  11. Born to Bear the Crown

More information on Death Dealer’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: http://www.deathdealermetal.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/deathdealerband

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The Three Tremors’ Debut LP, Companion Record Are Super Releases From A True Super Group

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Metal super group The Three Tremors will launch its Spring tour in support of its 2019 self-titled debut album and its companion record The Solo Versions next month.  Set to launch March 25 in Hollywood, CA, the tour runs through Apr. 11 in Minneapolis, MN and features performances in cities, such as Clifton, NJ; Denver CO and Waterford, NY.  The dates are part of the band’s 2020 Winter/Spring U.S. Tour. Composed of Sean Peck (Cage), Tim “Ripper” Owens (Iced Earth, Judas Priest) and Harry Conklin (Jag Panzer) and fellow musicians Casey Trask (guitar) David Garcia (guitar), Alex Pickard (bass) and Seal Elg (drums), the band has released in its debut album – and its companion record which was released in November –a presentation that stands tall among the way too vast sea of super group records that are out there in this day and age.  That is due in no small part to the musical content featured throughout the album.  This will be addressed shortly.  The album’s lyrical content adds to its overall impact, too, and will be addressed a little later.  The album’s production – and that of its companion record – is also worth noting in examining their whole.  It will also be addressed later.  Each item noted here is important in its own way to the whole of The Three Tremors and its companion record.  All things considered, they make both records collectively, two records that are among the cream of 2019’s super group albums crop.

The Tree Tremors’ self-titled debut album, released approximately one year ago to the day through Steel Cartel, is a rarity in the field of super group albums.  The album and its companion, which was released in December collectively make up one of the best of the best of the noted crop of new releases.  That is due in no small part to the album’s musical content.  The album’s musical content will appeal to fans of any of the bands for which the group’s superstar front men have themselves fronted throughout their careers.  Each song is full-on power metal at its finest that takes listeners back to the days of Judas Priest’s Painkiller and almost any of Cage’s albums.  Garcia and Trask’s dual guitar attack joins with Pickard’s low-end and Elg’s time keeping in the album’s opener ‘Invaders From The Sky’ to make this song a powerful first statement from the group.  The collective vocals from Owens, Conklin and Peck add even more punch to that impact.  Of course, the isolated vocals from each front man in The Solo Versions make the song even more powerful that it leaves one wondering if the song was maybe too busy with all three men singing on the one song.  The group’s collective vocals and musical talents are even more notable throughout the six-minute-plus open ‘When The Last Scream Fades.’  This is a moment in which all three vocalists’ talents compliment one another very well and in which they compliment the work of their fellow musicians and vice versa.  What’s more, it is a different style of power metal than that, which is exhibited in the album’s opener, proving even more the importance of the album’s musical content.  Much the same can be said of ‘Sonic Suicide,’ that was said of the other noted songs.  This song’s arrangement is a slightly slower work and is stylistically different from its counterparts, showing even more variance in the record’s overall musical content.  It also displays great thought and work put into the record’s production.  That will be addressed later.  Staying on the matter at hand, the songs presented here serve to show clearly why the musical content presented in The Three Tremors is important in its own right to the album.  As important as it is to the album’s presentation, the musical content featured here is only one part of what makes the record stand out.  Its original lyrical content plays its own part in making this super group record worth the time and money.

The lyrical content presented throughout the course of The Three Tremors’ 58-minute run time is varied to say the least.  The album opens with a song about an alien invasion.  From there, the album leads into a song about vampires in the form of ‘Bullets for the Damned.’  ‘When The Last Scream Fades’ takes on the people who put way too much stock in the book of Revelation while ‘Wrath of Asgard’ goes the Viking route.  It’s no Amon Amarth tune, but is still enjoyable in its own right.  ‘The Cause’ takes on the matter of the Civil War.  ;King of the Monsters’ pays tribute to two metal greats – Ronnie James Dio and Lemmy Kilmister.  There is even a song about being in a mosh pit here in the form of ‘The Pit Knows No Mercy.’  ‘Sonic Suicide’ addresses what has become of the founding fathers’ “great experiment.”  As the album progresses into ‘Fly Or Die,’ the band takes on the events of Dec. 7, 1941, the “Day which will live in infamy.”  ‘Lust of the Blade’ is a song about Jack The Ripper, according to Peck, who conducted an interview last year with Phil’s Picks when The Three Tremors was originally released.  ‘Speed To Burn’ takes listeners into the history of America’s “Space Race” with Russia while the album’s finale and title track is one of those self-promoting songs that takes on all of the naysyers who claimed this project could not be done.  Peck addressed that issue, too in his interview last year with Phil’s Picks.  Again, it becomes visible through all of this that listeners are treated to a wide range of topics and themes throughout The Three Tremors.  It would have been so easy for the group to phone it in and just throw in a bunch of standard works centered on politics and relationships (the most common themes of songs from across the musical universe), but instead opted to do something more unique and original.  Considering that Cage has presented a whole concept album about astrology and that Judas Priest and Jag Panzer have their own histories of presenting unique topics in their songs, it should come as no surprise that Peck, who wrote all of the album’s songs, went the route that he did here.  All of that taken into consideration, the lyrical content featured throughout The Three Tremors proves just as invaluable to the record’s presentation as its musical content.  That combined content is not the only thing that makes The Three Tremors so notable.  Its production rounds out its most important elements.

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As noted earlier, The Three Tremors’ opener ‘Invasion From The Sky’ is a powerful first impression on this record.  However, when compared to the presentations of The Solo Versions, it sounds a bit muddled.  One can’t help but feel that each vocalist’s solo performance in this song is better by itself than collectively.  It shows that the Peck and Garcia – who co-produced the album – did their best here, but perhaps should have taken a lightly different approach in that song.  Meanwhile, the mix of Roosevelt’s announcement, the sirens and music in ‘Fly or Die’ goes a long way to make that song’s whole stand out very well in its own right.  The balance between each vocalist’s line in ‘Sonic Suicide’ is another example of how the production that went into The Three Tremors’ paid off.  This is one of those cases in which the original work is actually better than that presented in The Solo Versions.  That is not to say that the isolated vocal tracks with the music are any less impacting.  As a matter of fact, hearing those isolated tracks makes for its own enjoyment and engagement, but in the bigger picture, they make the final cut presented in The Three Tremors that much more powerful and enjoyable.  ‘When The Last Scream Fades’ is yet another example of the importance of the production behind The Three Tremors and its companion record.  It presents what is possibly the absolute best balance of elements throughout.  Each vocal line is balanced perfectly against the other.  They are, in turn, balanced just as well against the work of the trio’s fellow musicians.  The whole creates a feeling in listeners that cannot be ignored.  It immediately leaves listeners wanting to put their horns high in the air and banging their heads in time.  It is just another example of how the work and time that Peck and Garcia put in producing the album (and mixing it) paid off.  Keeping that in mind, it makes the combined musical and lyrical content that much easier to understand and appreciate.  The end result is two records that audiences will enjoy equally and collectively.  All things considered, The Three Tremors and The Solo Versions become, together, a presentation that proves some super group records really are in fact super.

The Three Tremors’ self-titled debut album and its companion record The Solo Versions are collectively a strong presentation from a super group of super vocalists and musicians.  It is a rare super group record that is actually worth the time and money among a sea of so many super group records.  That is due to musical content that varies throughout for all of the metal fans out there.  The lyrical content is just as varied here as the musical content, as has been noted.  The production in the record and its companion put the finishing touch to the presentation.  Each item is, in its own way, critical to the presentation that these two records make.  All things considered, they make The Three Tremors and its companion record a collection of work that is truly a super work from a truly super group.

More information on The Three Tremors upcoming tour dates in support of The Three Tremors and The Solo Versions is available online now along with all of the group’s latest news at:

 

 

 

Website: http://thethreetremors.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thethreetremors

Twitter: http://twitter.com/thethreetremors

 

 

 

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The Three Tremors Announce First-Ever Tour Schedule

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The Three Tremors are gearing up to shake the world with their debut album.

The trio — Tim “Ripper” Owens (Judas Priest, Iced Earth, Dio Disciples), Harry “The Tyrant” Conklin (Jag Panzer, Satan’s Host, Titan Force) and Sean “The Hell Destroyer” Peck (Cage, Denner/Shermann, Death Dealer) announces this week that it will launch its first-ever North American tour in support of its forthcoming debut self-titled album next month.

The tour is scheduled to start Feb. 14 in Seattle, WA and run through March 11 in Pittsburgh, PA.  The tour will also feature performances in cities, such as Westland, MI; Denver, CO and Clifton, NJ.  Its full schedule is noted below.  Tickets for Three Tremors‘ upcoming shows can be purchased along with album bundles at the group’s official website and at the band’s official Pledge Music page.

Confirmed Tour Dates:

Feb 14          Seattle, WA               El Corazon
Feb 15          Denver, CO               Herman’s Hideaway
Feb 16          San Diego, CA          Brick By Brick
Feb 17          Santa Ana, CA          Malones
Feb 18          Hollywood, CA          Whiskey a Go Go
March 1         Poughkeepsie, NY   The Loft
March 2         Wilmington, DE        Bar XIII
March 3         Clifton, NJ                Dingbatz
March 4         New York, NY          The Gramercy Theatre
March 5         Niagra Falls, NY      Evening Star Music Hall
March 7         Racine, WI               Route 20
March 8         Joliet, IL                   The Forge
March 9         Westland, MI           Token Lounge
March 10       Louisville, KY           Tiger Room
March  11      Pittsburgh, PA          The Crafthouse Stage and Grill

Three Tremors is scheduled to be released Jan. 18 via Steel Cartel.  The album’s full track listing is noted below.

‘Three Tremors’ Tracklisting:

1. Invaders From The Sky  4:54
2. Bullets For The Damned 4:11
3. When The Last Scream Fades 6:04
4. Wrath Of Asgard  4:58
5. The Cause  3:54
6. King Of The Monsters  4:24
7. The Pit Shows No Mercy  4:34
8. Sonic Suicide  4:41
9. Fly Or Die  4:55
10. Lust Of The Blade  4:29
11. Speed To Burn  5:19
12. The Three Tremors  6:18

Two songs — ‘When The Last Scream Fades‘ and ‘Invaders From The Sky‘ — have been released from the trio’s album so far, along with a preview trailer for the record.

More information on Three Tremors is available online now along with all of the group’s latest news and more at:

 

Website: http://www.thethreetremors.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thethreetremors

Twitter: http://twitter.com/thethreetremors

 

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