Year : 2009 (Japan Edition 2017)
Style : Melodic Hard Rock
Country : Sweden
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 144 mb
Early 2008 in Stockholm, Sweden, four young and aspiring musicians got together to form a band.With a want for something majestic and a fascination for egyptian history Rob Love Magnusson(guitar), George Egg(drums), Joel Fox apelgren(bass) and John Berg(guitar) took on the name of Dynazty.Lacking a singer the four-piece went on a massive manhunt, ultimately finding Nils Molin through an ad via the myspace community. A sound began to establish as songs were written and the completed line-up decided there was no time to fool around. Financing the recording of a full-length album themselves was the only right thing to do and thus the Polar studios and producer Chris Laney was booked for the fall of 2008.Recording and mixing of the yet untitled album was finished in november and in January of 2009 Dynazty signed a license deal with american label Perris Records for a release in june.Bring The Thunder as the modestly debut album was titled, was recieved well by critics, praising the bands retro-sound and overall playing ability. But due to the lack of promotion and availabilty in Sweden, home country of Dynazty, the album and the band was never really recognised in swedish media.Nonetheless in october the same year, Dynazty embarked on a european tour to promote the album, supporting swedish hardrockers The Poodles. But before the tour started John Berg decided to leave the band to pursue other musical directions and was temporarily replaced by guitar player Mano Lewys.As 2010 commenced the now four-piece felt the need to write new material and finding a record label that could support the release of a new album properly. After long negotiations the band finally signed with swedish/american label Stormvox records, owned by the infamous swedish actor Peter Stormare. Writing the new album took up most of the year and finally in january of 2011 the swedish dynasty flew over the atlantic ocean to record in Los Angeles, California.Before the release of "Knock You Down" as the follow up to "Bring The Thunder" was named, Dynazty was privilaged to make a guest appearence in the swedish finale of the Eurovision Song Contest in front of approximately 3,7 million viewers performing a cover version of last years swedish winner song, "This Is My Life". The song became a minor hit in sweden and established Dynazty as a force to be reckoned with within the music business.When "Knock You Down" was finally released in April it climbed to #1 on the swedish metal charts and to #21 on the mainstream charts. Dynazty toured Sweden in support of the album throughout the summer and in the fall the same year they toured the UK together with Electric boys and Miss Behavior among others.While Dynazty was officially a four-piece, Mano Lewys had been their second guitar player ever since 2009 acting as a hired gun. But before the UK tour commenced Mano had decided to quit his post and focus on his personal life. So the band said a freindly goodbye to a long time freind and started looking for a replacement. Long time freind and even in-law reletive of Rob Love Magnusson, Mike Laver was brought in to help out on the UK tour. Back in Sweden after the tour Dynazty felt a need to once and for all complete the line-up and make it a five-piece again. And if there was someone the band wanted more than any other guitarist, and had proven he was up for the task it was Mike. My saying yes when asked, Mike completed the line-up.During the late summer and fall, the band had written material for a new album. Eager to release an album in early 2012 the five-piece started the search for a producer and a studio. Wanting a change in sound the band visited Peter "Pain" Tägtgren in his studio The Abyss discussing the possibility of working together. After much e-mailing and schedule arrangements the studio was booked for Dynazty in december.Right around this time it was also made official that Dynazty was to compete in the swedish preliminary of the Eurovison Song Contest in february 2012 with the song "Land Of Broken Dreams". "An honor and an offer that could not be refused" the boys said.When december commenced Dynazty was recording their third album, their second in one year in The Abyss studios with producer Peter Tägren at the helm and the first with Mike Laver on guitars.The upcoming album entitled "Sultans Of Sin" will hit the shelfs and servers in February 29:th 2012 and as Nils Molin, Rob Love Magnusson, Joel Fox Apelgren, George Egg and Mike Laver rushes into the new year with a spanish tour in january I can only rest my case and say:This is just the beginning....
Bring the Thunder is the debut album from Swedish rock band Dynazty.Dynazty is yet another up and coming band bursting out of Sweden.They could be called somewhat of an ‘all-star band’ as it is mainly a joint venture of two former bands, Sharp and Foxey. These guys have only been around for about a year and are already releasing their debut, appropriately titled Bring The Thunder. Outta Sweden the world got to hear quite a few ‘modern sleaze’ classics in recent years such as Crashdiet‘s Rest In Sleaze, Crazy Lixx‘s Loud Minority and Gemini Five‘s Sex, Drugs & Anarchy, and therefore one is compelled to compare Bring The Thunder to the aforementioned albums.Sound wise Dynazty would be positioned somewhere in between Crashdiet and Crazy Lixx, melding the heaviness of Slave To The Grind era Skid Row with huge choruses from Whitesnake or Bon Jovi. While I think the title-track and opener lacks a certain something, what follows next is simply amazing. “Catch The Night” is an 80’s rocker with just the right amount of sleaze to potentially put it in every Sleaze Roxx reader’s year end list. “Lights Out (In Candyland)” continues in the same vein before the ballad “Far Away”, shows that Dynazty also know how to write an impressive little epic. After that song guitarists Rob Love and John Berg get lots of opportunities to shred away, literally pulling riffs out of their sleeves. Highlights in the second half of the disc for me are the brilliant “Adrenaline” and the moody “Take Me Down”, but I could have done without “Higher N’ Higher” and the bonus track “Sail Away”.So the question is, is Dynazty up there with Crashdiet or Crazy Lixx? The answer is probably not ‘no’, but ‘not yet’! The musical talent of these five guys is striking, there are glimpses of magic in their song-writing skills and to me it is only a matter of time until they deliver a classic album as well. Until then, Bring The Thunder is certainly a very enjoyable affair, pushed a step further by the as usual huge production courtesy of Chris Laney. This man is only involved in strong albums, so you can’t go wrong if you like any of the aforementioned bands. Support Dynazty and ‘get the thunder’!
Nils Molin – vocals
Rob Love – guitars and backing vocals
John Berg – guitars and backing vocals
Joey Fox – bass and backing vocals
George Egg – drums, percussion and backing vocals
Produced, engineered and mixed by Chris Laney.
Mastered by Claes Persson.
01. Bring The Thunder
02. Catch The Night
03. Lights Out (In Candyland)
04. Far Away
05. Top Of The Line
06. Monkey Wants, Monkey Needs
08. Take Me Down
09. The Devil’s Shake
10. Higher N’ Higher
11. Sail Away (Bonus track)
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