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Thundermother

Thundermother

Despotz Records

February 23, 2018

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio

 

 

These are dark times indeed. The World at large is in a constant state of upheaval and chaos and nothing seems simple and enjoyable. If you want a generous break from the insanity take a listen to Thundermother, a band that brings you back to the 70s hard rock good times heyday. Originally founded by guitarist Filippa Nassil and further enhanced by vocalist Guernica Mancini, bassist Sara Peterrson, and amazingly excellent drummer Emlee Johansson, they roar in with this high octane fuel filled album. They have toured with Danko Jones, Michael Monroe and WASP all across Europe and in 2017 made an appearance at Wacken, every rocker/metalhead's dream. Their self titled album was recorded at Nordic Soundlab in Skara, Sweden and they recorded 15 tracks in 10 days. Chemistry was at work here.

 

The musicians are exceptionally talented and songs like “Revival" and “Whatever" have that AC/DC hard rock in your face party hard vibe. With a catchy as Hell chorus line “We Fight for Rock N Roll" is a definite arena ready anthem. “The Original Sin" heaves deep and heavy on the instrumentation and badass vocals. I wasn't keen on the ballad “Fire in the Rain,” more of a melodic AOR sound but the rest of the tracks will grab your devil horns. Have a little fun with this release.

 

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