Album Name ThunderSteel. Erscheinungsdatum 24 März 1988. Musik GenreSpeed Heavy. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen171.
Riot V. Produced by Rod Hui, Steve Loeb & Mark Reale. A streak of lightning is shooting through the air Electric sun lights the sky His face is frightening, so evil one's beware Men of disaster hear his cry And now at last we know he's real The power of his sword we feel Thundersteel Thundersteel
Written-By – D. Van Stavern, M. Reale.
Surprisingly, Riot's comeback album "Thundersteel" became one of the most memorable releases of the band, and also one of the most symbolic albums in the American power metal scene. Nonetheless, its sound is based on the melodic music of the 80's Judas Priest and Iron Maiden (at some moments, reminiscent of Lizzy Borden). It slows-down the speed of the two previous songs, but its choruses are still catchy, while "Buried Alive (Tell Tale Heart)" closes the album in such an epic way keeping some the Maiden and Priest influences that plagued the entire album. Although it seems that the album was lately released, Riot did not leave room for filling material.
Riot never made it big in the metal scene because they were trying to sound British and they were absolutely not British, and it’s a damn shame because they ripped off Priest (particularly Painkiller and British Steel even though Painkiller hadn’t been made yet) better than Rob Halford could have if he had hired Downing and Tipton’s guitar teachers and.
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