ROYAL THUNDER Begins Recording New Album

ROYAL THUNDER Begins Recording New Album

Atlanta, Georgia heavy rock trio ROYAL THUNDER has entered the studio to record its sophomore LP and follow-up to 2012's critically acclaimed debut "CVI". The band is once again tracking at Aria Recording Studio in Marietta, Georgia with producer Joey Jones. A fall 2014 release via Relapse Records is expected.

Comments ROYAL THUNDER vocalist/bassist MLny Parsonz: "We meet again with our longtime friend and producer Joey Jones at Aria Recording Studio in Marietta.

"We have no idea what this next album is going to sound like!

"We are anxious to see what the outcome will be. With that being said, we have NO agenda, NO formula, NO limits.

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"This one is for the gods of rock!"

ROYAL THUNDER spent all of 2013 on the road all over the globe, including festival appearances at Bonnaroo and Roadburn, plus high-profile tours with labelmates BARONESS, MONSTER MAGNET, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, PALLBEARER, and more. Their unique brand of blues-infected hard rock has been praised by everyone from Rolling Stone's David Fricke, who described them as "heavy with the meaty, base elements of early-Seventies British blues," and NPR, who call them "a revved-up Southern hard-rocker that howls like LED ZEPPELIN astride a psychedelic unicorn." MLny Parsonz also appearedon the cover of Decibel magazine's inaugural "Women In Metal" issue.


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