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Thor Announce Hollywood Gig

Rock warrior THOR will perform at Safari Sam's in Hollywood, California on December 9 to celebrate the release of his upcoming album, "Into the Noise". Also scheduled to appear are ARNOCORPS, ROSEMARY'S BILLYGOAT and MURDERLAND.

Joining Thor on stage at the Hollywood gig will be Frank Meyer (THE STREETWALKIN' CHEETAHS, ANGUS KHAN), Bruce Duff (ANGUS KHAN, ADZ), Mike Knutson (THE STREETWALKIN' CHEETAHS), and Danny Boy (THE LADYKILLERS). Frank Meyer and Bruce Duff were instrumental in the success of THOR's "Thor against the World" recording on Smog Veil Records. Frank and Bruce co-produced and played on the album.

THOR's new album, "Into the Noise" — already available digitally — will be officially be released on January 9 by Sudden Death Records in association with Fathom Records.

"'Into the Noise' is basically a concept album where the band goes on a journey to the center of the mind, of noise," said THOR. "They come across all these alternate characters and creatures like The Sound King. It's a quest. Like in the song 'Back For More', it's about coming back to rise up again and do battle again. Sometimes you have to retreat when you get overwhelmed or defeated, but then you regain your strength and go back in. So we're heading back 'Into the Noise'."

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. thrashergtr writes:

all hail thor this great stuff

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2. metalj writes:

to black dog how big of an asswhole are you still alive DH
all hail thor

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