Label: AFM Records Playing Time: 59 Min Release: 18th January 2019
By the end of the 80s, there were efforts to unite the three most important Metal vocalists in one project: Bruce Dickinson, Rob Halford and Geoff Tate. The story, which can be also found in Bruce’ autobiography, failed due to business reasons. Why do I tell this old story? Because The Three Tremors have the same idea.
The idea, which comes from Cage’s Sean Peck, was to unite the three biggest voices in American Metal: Sean Peck himself, Harry Conklin and Tim Owens. The music itself is performed by Sean’s band Cage. If you are just taking a look at the facts, this one is a very interesting project.
In the end, it turns out that “The Three Tremors” is quite an average barrel burst. One reason are the songs, which are well played, but all faceless, without own identity and with no catchy tunes or great riffs. So no highlights at all! But the voices are a problem, too. They are too similar and all to high pitched. Sometimes, I cannot even separate the voices. Therefore this one should only be one for American Metal enthusiasts. All others better stick to the original bands of those three vocalists.