It's been hard for us. It's been a lead guitarist/vocalist and a drummer for months. Then Joe shows up, and we all feel complete. I called up this one guy, John, and he hooks us up with two shows on the spot. So, while we've been pretty quiet lately, we're back August 30th, and ready to kick some ass!
Hey, guys! I got back to the vlogging days! No limits, 100% fun, and more metal than ever! (Explicit language throughout)
Last week, we recorded a cover of the Judas Priest classic, "Breaking the Law". Judas Priest has been one the most influential metal bands in history, storming the metal world, along with Black Sabbath and Megadeth and more! We HAD to cover them!
Why I wanted a Judas Priest cover? Well, my last band covered Black Sabbath, Megadeth, Metallica, and a couple others, but we never got around to Priest. So, we nailed it! Hear my thrash metal band rock out below:
Back when Whine Or Live Fearlessly (listed as W.O.L.F. here) was first starting out, Taylor Colo'n tried setting the bar by writing "Wild Fire". The song had potential, but the band focused on other hidden material at the time. Demos for songs such as "Psycho", "Remembrance", and "Road Rage". But while the song was dropped from the bill, Taylor sat down and talked about his feelings for the original demo.
"Well...it's sounds worse than s**t [the quality]. Haha! But, damn, it's refreshing to here it. It's unbelieveable that it's been 4 years since I sat down and wrote those riffs. Simplistic? Yes. But so what? You ever hear 'Paranoid' by the classic metal band, [Black] Sabbath? Of course you have. Who hasn't? I can play it with my eyes closed. Anybody could. It's easy. In fact, I think the entire song only has 4 riffs. That's badass! That's what I was going for with this. A slower paced, simple heavy metal song. We weren't trying to do thrash metal until last year. But I remember the day we recorded 'Wild Fire'. It was me, Matt, and another guy, named Tony. We used a Playstation Portable to record, and we just kept the audio. And that was it! I hardly knew a thing about music. But the song still sounded cool. That's why I want to go back. I want the original music to be given another chance. I don't expect to see it on any albums anytime soon, but I won't let it die."
The young metal head went on to state that the original material would be re-written with a similar feel to the unreleased W.I.V. song, "Nothing to Me", which is planned to be on the band's debut album.
Taylor finalized, "I was a junior in high school. The lyrics were written, but I accidentally left them in the lunch room one day. My heart SANK. Yeah, they weren't there when I went to retrieve them, either. Thank God! We had already recorded that demo. I just listened to it over and over and typed the lyrics up. As you can see with the 'Thrash and Burn' version, the lyrics are identical, nearly, with a few added paragraphs. I was proud to put out the 'Thrash and Burn' version with these lyrics, and I hope that both songs will be loved in the future."
So go on, click "Play" on that YouTube video to listen to the earliest demo recorded by Taylor's last band, Whine Or Live Fearlessly!
The thrash metal band, Wolf In Vain, has just released "Thrash and Burn", the debut EP of the next thrash revolution! Alright...so...I made that sound more epic than it probably is, but...Okay my new band's EP is out and it's thrashy! It's only out on iTunes at the moment, but in the next few weeks, it comes out on Google Play and Amazon MP3! https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/thrash-and-burn-ep/id692015333
Hey, fans! So, hopefully word got around that my thrash band's EP, "Thrash and Burn", was running late. Well, for compensation, here ya go!
Wolf In Vain's EP is still releasing before the end of the month, supposedly around Friday or Saturday. Sorry, I'd give you all a date if the distribution and retail centers weren't jerks.
Taylor W. Wilson
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