A Sound Of Thunder Posts Alternate Version Of "Out Of The Darkness"
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Less than a year after self-releasing a first album, "Metal Renaissance," A Sound of Thunder will release the upcoming second full length album, "Out of the Darkness," on March 27th, 2012. The 10 track album is being released through Nightmare Records.
A Sound of Thunder is now giving fans a special treat starting today via the band's ReverbNation Page. Head over to this location and get a free download of the non-album version of the song "Out of the Darkness." This exclusive version features all vocals by Nina Osegueda. The album version features a duet with Raven vocalist and bassist John Gallagher.
Guitarist Josh Schwartz spoke about "Out of the Darkness:"
"This is one of my favorite solos, and surprised me at how much it reminded me of Helloween after I added the harmonies. Vocally, John Gallagher really nailed his parts in the studio. Watching him work was amazing...it seemed effortless for him. We're really proud of the way the album version turned out with the John/Nina duet, but Nina really put in a killer performance on the whole song so we're proud to put out this version too."
Drummer Chris Haren chimed in: "The title cut 'Out of the Darkness' is a fast-paced, relentless song that burns from beginning to end and really gets the crowd pumped up. It is the most Maiden/Priest-like song in our repertoire, and really draws on our more '80s, traditional metal influences. Lyrically, it describes an individual standing strong in the face of dishonesty, temptation and deception."
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