Dean Wells, guitarist for the Australian progressive metal act Teramaze, sat down to chat with me about the gear (including his Ernie Ball Music Man Guitars) he used to hone in on his unique and signature sound for the band’s newest disc, AnhedoniA. Here’s how the conversation went.
Fans of Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Deep Purple, Blue Oyster Cult, Dio, Accept, Rainbow, Ozzy, Hammerfall, Primal Fear and Sabaton check this one out now! This is the world premiere of A Sound of Thunder’s new album Out of the Darkness and it’s a freaking doozy! The Washington, DC progressive power metal quartet is set to release this new masterpiece tomorrow, March 27th, via Nightmare Records and thus far the reviews have been nothing but rave. Now is your chance to be a critic and preview the entire album; simply press play below and let the metal flow!
We are pleased to present the exclusive world premiere of the music video for A Sound of Thunder’s song “Murderous Horde”. The track comes from the band’s pending album Out of the Darkness, due for release on March 27th via Nightmare Records. Rave reviews for the new offering have began to sprout up all over the web so this clip comes at a perfect time. Said guitarist Josh Schwartz of the new video: “We had a great time making this video…with the possible exception of nearly freezing to death in that abandoned house! It’s not easy to mime a guitar solo when your fingertips are numb! Shooting the snake footage was probably the most fun, and Nina definitely made a new friend in Chubby the Burmese python. Artistically, director Duy Tran did a great job capturing the dark and eerie vibe of the song.”
Anubis Gate recently completed work on a video for their song “Golden Days”. The song is taken from the band’s latest self-titled release which is available now on Nightmare Records. Metal Injection is hosting an exclusive premiere of the video HERE.
Henrik Fevre the bassist of the Danish progressive metal outfit, Anubis Gate took a moment out of his busy schedule to speak with me about his favorite piece of gear; his Fender Jazz Bass Plus V. Anubis Gate was nominted for 3 Danish Metal Awards and they are currently putting the finishing touches on their latest self-titled release.