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Be prepared to be in awe, with their display of energy and talent.

A power trio in the grandest tradition, Thunderheart are three seasoned musicians who came together in 2013. 'Night Of The Warriors', their debut, is a full-sounding slice of straight forward Hard Rock with blistering guitar riffs. The three men in question are Willy Gascon on guitars/bass, Ricardo Lazaro who pounds out the rhythms on the skins and vocalist Javier Pastor. Founding members Gascon & Lazaro are ex-members from Spanish band Steel Horses (and been involved in other influential bands from Spain) while singer Pastor hails from Madrid and was the guitarist for Wild.

'...Warriors' is made up of ten hard-fisted Rockers that grow in intensity as we Rock through this release. A very tight group musically, Thunderheart creates a fluid pounding bottom end that enables flourishes of guitar brilliance that touches upon the highest levels. Each song is a true Rocker in the first degree and you will not find a ballad in sight!

Pastor's solid vocalisation keeps everything strong, powerful and interesting. 'Concrete Jungle' and 'Killing My Fears' display his strength and sense of harmony. As for the drumming, Lazaro just keeps nailing down that rich and solid foundation with amazing runs and speed! The music is ultimately motivated by high energy riffing with Gascon's guitar work fast, melodic and, in some places, simply soaring to the highest peaks. His bass licks are equally fine and drives along with the beat king in perfect sync.



'Night Of The Warriors' is a very powerful debut; it just keeps building with every track better than the previous. A solid sound, no holes and can no doubt be delivered live in just the same amazing way! The way these three make their instruments and the vocals work all and combine to generate some very interesting takes on the songs – all creating a unique Hard Rock sound.

A power trio that is both worth listening to and seeing live; the group are planning showcase dates sometime in the spring, and having heard this album, they will make filling those halls with a ballsy Hard Rock sound that seems so effortless! Be prepared to be in awe, with their display of energy and talent!

Bruce E.J. Atkinson

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