THUNDER: 'Shooting At The Sun' European Release Confirmed

THUNDER's "Shooting At The Sun" will finally get a European release on Monday, August 4 through Frontiers Records. The release will be wrapped in a special digipak sleeve and will feature three bonus tracks: "River Of Pain" (live), "Somebody Get Me A Spin Doctor" (live) and "River Of Pain" (live Windows Media video).

Singer Danny Bowes says, "We're very excited to have teamed up with Frontiers for the release of 'Shooting At The Sun' across Europe. Frontiers have cast iron rock credentials, so we're hoping the combination of Frontiers and THUNDER will work well. So far the reaction in the U.K. to the 'back-to-the-rock-roots' style of the new LP has been amazing, so we hope the fans in Europe like it too. If we'd have known getting back together was going to be as good as this, we'd have split up years ago!"

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