Thundermaker – A Twin Flame Journey (ft. Ronny Munroe) [Lyrics Video]
Taken from the album: The Road | Sliptrick Records | 2021
Swedish heavy metal project Thundermaker have released the new lyrics video for A Twin Flame Journey featuring guest vocals from Ronny Munroe. The track is taken from the recent album release, The Road.
Here’s the official description from leader Martin; “So, we have talked about what people are going through in Where Sorrow Dwells, what we have gone through and where we are going in The Road, the awakening and what happens then in 1111 and the beginning of the journey when I found her in the song Broken Promises.
This song is about what she and I are going through and how it affects us.
This journey is not for the faint of heart and if You ever been on one, you’ll understand. It goes to up feeling like You can take on the world by yourself, just knowing she’s there. Then it goes down where you question everything, am I insane, what’s happening. Those questions are common and what she feel, I feel and that’s why the journey goes up and down.
The most important thing is to believe because this is a very real thing and You really can feel someone else, as long as Your energy is the same. One soul split in two. It’s very to always be the highest and best version of yourself that You can, so Your positivity can feel it and make way for an union.
Have You met Yours?”
Thundermaker – The Road
Swedish project Thundermaker are ready to unleash the new album, The Road, worldwide via Sliptrick Records on September 14th. The album contains 10 tracks of the purest heavy metal with various songs featuring special guest vocalists such as Ronny Munroe (Metal Church), Tim “Ripper” Owens (Judas Priest/Iced Earth), Rille Larsson and L-G Petrov (Entombed). Read more …here
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The Road | September 14th, 2021 via Sliptrick Records
Martin Gummesson – Rhythm & Lead Guitars/Bass/Keyboards
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