Lethbridge, Canada’s Tyrants Of Chaos have been pillaging throughout Alberta with their old-school traditional heavy steel and at the moment are amping up the ante with 10 new bangers on their third studio album, Relentless Thirst For Power, set to be unleashed on August 19.
Back in July, they shared their first single, “T.O.C.”, and are able to share their second monitor off the report. Entitled “Slay The Hostages”, Tyrants Of Chaos current a Judas Priest-style, ear piercing, balls-out steel assault. Lyrically just like “T.O.C.”, “Slay The Hostages” appears like a track about committing crimes and sacrifices, however it’s merely about enjoying steel exhibits and entertaining the gang as might be witnessed within the music video for the one.
The new album Relentless Thirst For Power covers lots of subjects lyrically, listeners may also have the ability to dive into the traditional Teutonic energy steel monitor “Indoctri-Nation” that focuses on psychological well being points; the “No Lives Matter” ballad that forces one to confront their mortality; and the traditional “Lucky Dog” that’s harking back to the ‘80s sounds of the Big 4.
Formed in 2013 for the love and fervour of music by guitarist Curtiss Vaselenak and to fill a niche within the native scene, the band initially began as a enjoyable onerous rock and steel cowl band. After some shuffling, he’s now joined by guitarist Arik Wagner, bassist Sean Simpson, drummer Ryan Dyck, and vocalist Phil Sirias who full the present lineup. With a few years of expertise between them, they carry professionalism and strong musicianship to each the stage and the studio.
Tyrants Of Chaos have already got two albums underneath their belts, The Calm Before The Storm (2016) and Into Oblivion (2019), and this new providing consists of ten fist-pumping, head-banging tracks that have been written particularly for this album. It is simply scratching the floor of what the band has in retailer, they do not intend to decelerate anytime quickly.
Heavy and loud, Tyrants Of Chaos delivers a strong pummeling of pure heavy steel. No gimmicks, no gags, simply ardour, and honesty. They are really useful listening for followers of Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Megadeth.
Relentless Thirst For Power might be pre-ordered on Bandcamp.
“The Black Gap”
“Slay The Hostages”
“No Lives Matter”