DR. LIVING DEAD!’s brand new studio album “Cosmic Conqueror” release on October 27th through Century Media Records, bringing you 11 skull-fracturing thrash metal anthems, a 40-minute lethal injection of metal thrashing madness.
One of the biggest hopes in thrash metal (last album was “album of the month” in Metal Hammer Germany)! Straight forward yet partly highly melodic and always with an addictive groove. Four skull-masked dudes with the urge to T*H*R*A*S*H! For fans of Suicidal Tendencies, Overkill, Slayer and Nuclear Assault.
Although he only appeared on a pair of albums with Iron Maiden, Paul Di'Anno has carved quite a niche for himself with headbangers worldwide. He'll forever be associated with belting out such New Wave of British Heavy Metal classics as "Prowler," "Phantom of the Opera," and "Wrathchild," but Di'Anno has been issuing solo releases on a somewhat regular basis since the mid-'80s. His 2006 release, The Living Dead, catches Maiden's original vocalist in an extreme metal mood, as the rough, almost punk-esque vocals of his Maiden days are barely detectable. In its place is the album-opening title track, which surprisingly sounds very much like Bruce Dickinson-era Maiden, while "Brothers of the Tomb" features some Rob Halford-esque falsetto vocals, and the Nigel Tufnel-titled "Mad Man in the Attic" is classic thrash metal.