The Three Tremors : “Self Titled’ CD 18th January 2019 Self Released. USA Heavy / Power / Thrash Metal band.
Three of metal’s greatest vocalists – 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) united to give us an amazing piece of artwork. They are all singing on all songs with high pitch vocals and kick ass tunes to blow the world away.
Using the Pledge Music Campaign to reach their goal and making sure we will all have a rare and sought after album that has never been done before. Mixing their talents and vocal power, giving us most of the Metal album to come on earth. A band composed of guitarist Dave Conan Garcia , guitarist Casey Trask, bassist Alex Pickard and on drums the thrash machine Sean Elg. They have made an awesome band that kicks the butt of all metal heads around.
Iron Maiden was the first band to have three guitarists, today Alice cooper has too. Helloween has two singers… but it is the first time I hear an album made with three singers. We are at a time where musicians need to unite to get the best of their skills and most have the fans keeping following them. In this The Three Tremors is an explosion of power with high skills.
You can go to their pledge page to get all the goodies
The band has already played several live shows and some metal heads had the chance to see what they deliver. This album will be sold pretty easily and you will have to get it before it gets to late. Twelve tracks of intense Heavy Metal with power and some Thrashy influences. This will blow your mind , imagine listening to the best bands in one! Influences ranging from Sanctuary, Queensryche, Judas Priest, King Diamond, Manowar, Primal Fear, Georges Lynch, Flotsam and Jetsam, Dementia, Metal Church, Iron Maiden….
Song such as ‘Wrath of Asgard’ , ‘Sonic Suicide’ , ‘Invaders from the sky’ … they are all pounding of heaviness and getting your ears bleeding of Metal. It is surely a great album and with a strong work with three top singers, some songs will get more into the Thrash Camp, few in the Heavy Metal one and the rest for the Power Metal fans 98/100.