A Sound of Thunder Covers Album & Udoroth’s Return! (Kickstarter)

“This is a Re-post and has been long over but I would try to find it if you can it is so worth it will be posting more about this later I just wanted to re-post this info on it to let you all know that this is out there!!!”

Thanks to Josh from the band for telling me about this!!!

Originally posted in September 27 2016

a-sound-of-thunder-band-logoI just found out that A Sound of Thunder is running a kickstarter for a full cover album release please check it out and i posted a vid at the bottom with some previews of the album and let my say I can’t wait to hear the full cover of Kind Diamonds Gypsy!!!

Kickstarter page

Shy Girls

Tracklisting
1. WDYTWA (Intro) 
2. Who Do You Think We Are? (Alice Cooper)
3. Death Alley Driver (Rainbow)(featuring Tony Carey)
4. Gypsy (Mercyful Fate)
5. Pleasure Slave (Manowar)
6. Stinkfist (Tool) * 
7. Icarus - Borne on Wings of Steel (Kansas)
8. A National Acrobat (Black Sabbath)
9. Day of the Thunder (Wrathchild America)
10. The Last in Line (Dio)
11. Ghosts (Dan Fogelberg)
12. Space Truckin' (Deep Purple)
13. Trashed (Black Sabbath)
Kickstarter-Exclusive Bonus CD:
1. Island of Domination (Judas Priest)(Kickstarter Exclusive)
2. Walls 2016 (A Sound of Thunder)(Kickstarter Exclusive)

Links

A Sound of Thunder Official website

A Sound of Thunder Facebook page

A Sound of Thunder Twitter page

Nina Osegueda Twitter page

Listen to Tales from the Deadside at Google Play Music

Buy Tales from the Deadside at Google Play

Buy Tales from the Deadside at Amazon

Listen to Tales from the Deadside at Spotify

A Sound of Thunder Bandcamp page

A Sound of Thunder Instagram page

A Sound of Thunder Youtube page

A Sound of Thunder Soundcloud

A Sound of Thunder Myspace page

A Sound of Thunder Encyclopaedia Metallum page

Bonham – THE DISREGARD OF TIMEKEEPING (1989) WTG

THE DISREGARD OF TIMEKEEPINGBetween the amazing vocals of the late Daniel MacMaster and Jason Bonham thundering drums this album is a solid classic. Now this is the kind of music I picture being played in the background in a biker bar back in the 80’s while slamming beers and playing pool lol I love it!!! Killer guitar licks and smoking solos plus some really smooth ass bass playing.

 Tracklist
1. The Disregard Of Timekeeping 2:09
2. Wait For You 5:00
3. Bringing Me Down 4:18
4. Guilty 4:35
5. Holding On Forever 4:55
6. Dreams 7:51
7. Don't Walk Away 4:41
8. Playing To Win 6:52
9. Cross Me And See 5:24
10. Just Another Day 4:24
11. Room For Us All 7:10

Here is the official vid for one of the singles off the album “Wait for You” and still one of my favorites.

and the other official vid for the other single “Guilty”.

Links

Jason Bonham’s official website

Jason Bonham’s Facebook page

Jason Bonham’s Twitter page

Listen to The Disregard of Timekeeping at Google Play Music

Listen to The Disregard of Timekeeping at Spotify

Buy The Disregard of Timekeeping at Google Play

Buy The Disregard of Timekeeping at Amazon

Buy The Disregard of Timekeeping at itunes

The Disregard Of Timekeeping Discogs page

Bonham Myspace page

Jason Bonham’s Youtube channel

A Sound of Thunder – Tales from the Deadside (September 25, 2015) Mad Neptune

a_soundofthunder_tales-from_the_deadsideI am new to this band but wow this was a nice surprise once i let it play for a bit and got into the vibe since the sound blindsided me at first only because i was not familiar with the bands sound so I did not know what kind of music i was jumping into but after that i was rocking the fuck out lol!!! This album had a real old school feel to it like 80’s metal kinda of Dio-ish musically with a hint of Manowar plus Nina Osegueda vocals reminded me of a cross between Cristina Scabbia and Doro Pesch. From what i have read it seems not to mention it says so on the album art lol the music was inspired by the comic Shadowman which i at this point in time i am not familiar with but now i am very interested and iI can not wait to hear more from this band as well!!!

Tracklist
1. Children of the Dark 07:18
2. Sandria (Carry On) 05:53
3. Can't Go Back 06:11
4. Deadside 07:42 
5. Tower of Souls 05:37
6. Losing Control (The Unquiet Shadow) 06:10
7. Punk Mambo 04:12
8. Alyssa (Life in Shadows) 04:21
9. Tremble 05:25
10. End Times 07:06

A SOUND OF THUNDER – Pleasure Slave (Full Song) MANOWAR Cover

this song was available on a EP for those who backed this album on the bands kickstarter campaign and man i wish i knew about this because i so want this!!!

Links

A Sound of Thunder Official website

A Sound of Thunder Facebook page

A Sound of Thunder Twitter page

Nina Osegueda Twitter page

Listen to Tales from the Deadside at Google Play Music

Buy Tales from the Deadside at Google Play

Buy Tales from the Deadside at Amazon

Listen to Tales from the Deadside at Spotify

Buy Tales from the Deadside at Itunes

A Sound of Thunder Bandcamp page

A Sound of Thunder Instagram page

A Sound of Thunder Youtube page

A Sound of Thunder Soundcloud

A Sound of Thunder Myspace page

A Sound of Thunder Encyclopaedia Metallum page

Shadowman wikipedia

Shadowman Valiant Comics website

Motörhead – Lemmy Kilmister Interview by David Necro of Crypt Magazine (February 22, 2010)

A friend of mine David Necro of Crypt Magaizine did and interview with the late great man himself and we decided to repost it for those that may have missed or want to read it again!!!

Dnecro and lemmy

Once every generation, there comes an artistic force that can’t be ignored. What would you say about such a force has been around for almost 2 generations? Yes, that’s right the band in question is Motörhead, led by guiding light Lemmy Kilmister, has been around for 35 years now. From slugging in out in the most depraved night clubs to headlining mega-festivals, this band has lived (and continues to do so) the rock n’ roll dream. If you don’t know what the rock n’ roll dream is, I’m not gonna tell ya. You have to know what it is inside yourselves. Anyway, there is no end in sight to their chemistry, debauchery, and loud and proud sound. The band harnesses loudness and feedback and shapes it into brutal yet melodic tunes for the ages. With a lyrical bent that makes you think and wonder at the same time. I can gush all day about this band. It’s true. But, I’ll stop there. All you need to do is listen to one of the most consistent catalogs of rock music and hear for yourself. And what about Lemmy, the subject of this interview? He is simply the living, breathing embodiment of rock n’ roll in many an opinion. More fact than anything else. To get this chance to interview him was an honor to say the least. I your humble servant, did so and here are the results. Read, and rock, on…

by David Necro

Click here to read the interview