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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Nightmare Records
Catalog Number: NMR-576
|1.||More Wicked Than Not||Listen|
|2.||Part of the Black||Listen|
|7.||Watching It Burn||Listen|
|8.||Above the Blue||Listen|
|9.||Echos of a New Day||Listen|
|11.||It's a Lie||Listen|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: November 25, 2013 at 16:00|
|I know almost nothing about Thunder Tribe other than that they're from Kentucky, and this would appear to be their first album. You'd never know it to listen to it, though, because they sound like seasoned veterans. There's a lot of different styles going on here, from power metal to prog metal, a smattering of more serious hair-metal (think heavy Dokken, maybe?), and enough modern, grungy elements to make it all sound up-to-date, not like any kind of throwback. Tom Duncan's vocals are at times gruff (the first song had me thinking this might be a BLS-style beer-metal affair), and then they pull of these soaring harmonies, and some nearly Halford-esque high-pitched stuff ("Believe" is waaay Painkiller-like). Add in a couple moody, epic ballads, and ... an acoustic blues song? No shit, y'all need to check this out. Would I steer you wrong?|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: November 25, 2013 at 16:01|
|Kinda reminds me of Radakka, if anybody remembers them, but heavier.|
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