THE THREE TREMBLEMENTS, the project featuring acclaimed heavy metal singers Tim “Ripper” Owens (JUDAS PRIEST, ICE EARTH, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN), Harry “The Tyrant” Conklin (JAG PANZER) and Sean “The Hell Destroyer” Peck (CAGE, DEATH DEALER, DENNER / SHERMANN), will release their second album, “Guardians of the Void”, November 5 via Steel Cartel Files. The video for single “Bone crusher” can be seen below.
After the successful release of their self-titled debut album, several North American and European tours, the release of solo versions of the first album and a few festival performances, THE THREE TREMBLEMENTS fired from a cannon at a breakneck pace. They were pursuing an aggressive pace of live performances when the shutdown forced them to cut their North American tour short in the middle of their run in early 2020. However, they wasted no time and got down to work on another. new album. Now their second effort “Guardians of the Void” is ready for take off.
Twelve songs end up on this nasty rocker from an album and once again they cover all the basics of heavy metal. As with everything Steel Cartel releases, only songs that receive video releases will be on streaming platforms, so the physical medium, and the fans who support and collect them, are the band’s priority and attention.
And speaking of great physical product, THE THREE TREMBLEMENTS hired again Marc Sasso to redo the cover. Sasso is best known for his work with companies such as wonder, the WWE and HALFORD, DIO, CAGE and many more. He stepped out of the park again with this haunting, otherworldly painting that perfectly captures the mysterious essence of the album title.
Owens describes how the recording process went: âWe had just started our second North American tour to promote the solo versions that we had just released, when it all started to stop. It was a shame as we had a really good momentum and the shows were selling well, including a few which were all sold out in advance. When we realized we could just sit at home for a while, we all started putting these new songs together and recording them.
Harry said: âI had moved to Greece all this time and they started sending me song after song at a breakneck pace. The songs were awesome, and I found it easier and more natural to collaborate and add my ideas and nuances this second time around. We’ve been touring and doing so many gigs together now that the comfort level was there and they came together really quickly. The end result is amazing, I think. “
Sean added, “Everyone in the band has a lot of other projects going on, so it was good that we could all come together and do this follow-up album. Now Sean [Elg], our drummer, is also in THE PRIEST OF KK with Ripperso we’re excited to be able to not only release another album, but also tour before everyone else is busy. We’ve spent so much time together we’re like a heavy metal street gang and we have fun playing these songs and hitting the road. With these new songs available on the “Guardians of the Void” album, our setlist will be even more vicious than before, if that’s even possible, ha! “
There will be three different versions of the gatefold double vinyl from “Guardians of the Void”: the original version, the 1 in 5 variant version and the blank cover version. The 1 in 5 variant version has a completely different coverage (again by Sasso) on the front and back and will be limited to one copy for five standard versions produced. The blank cover version has the original Sasso illustrations without group logos or album titles.
Catch it THREE TREMBLEMENTS touring the United States in November.
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