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Royal Thunder’s debut full length ‘CVI’ (roman numeral 106) explodes in sound in a way that their critically heralded debut ep only hinted at.  Propelled by singer Mlny Parsonz’ captivatingly passionate and soulful vocals, ‘CVI’ is a psych/prog/metal fan’s dream come true---a triumphant display of crescendo-ing riffs, sultry vocals and propulsive grooves. Way way more than just a brilliant metal album, ‘CVI’ is a sultry southern hard rock thinker of an album that appeals to both the Skynyrd and the Neurosis sides of the brain.  An absolute must have for fans of the Atlanta and Savannah metal and hard rock scenes (Mastodon, Baroness, Kylesa, Black Tusk, etc). 

Royal Thunder’s debut full length ‘CVI’ (roman numeral 106) explodes in sound in a way that their critically heralded debut ep only hinted at.  Propelled by singer Mlny Parsonz’ captivatingly passionate and soulful vocals, ‘CVI’ is a psych/prog/metal fan’s dream come true---a triumphant display of crescendo-ing riffs, sultry vocals and propulsive grooves. Way way more than just a brilliant metal album, ‘CVI’ is a sultry southern hard rock thinker of an album that appeals to both the Skynyrd and the Neurosis sides of the brain.  An absolute must have for fans of the Atlanta and Savannah metal and hard rock scenes (Mastodon, Baroness, Kylesa, Black Tusk, etc). 

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CVI [Black Ice with Gold and Silver Splatter 2LP]
Artist: Royal Thunder
Format: Vinyl
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Royal Thunder’s debut full length ‘CVI’ (roman numeral 106) explodes in sound in a way that their critically heralded debut ep only hinted at.  Propelled by singer Mlny Parsonz’ captivatingly passionate and soulful vocals, ‘CVI’ is a psych/prog/metal fan’s dream come true---a triumphant display of crescendo-ing riffs, sultry vocals and propulsive grooves. Way way more than just a brilliant metal album, ‘CVI’ is a sultry southern hard rock thinker of an album that appeals to both the Skynyrd and the Neurosis sides of the brain.  An absolute must have for fans of the Atlanta and Savannah metal and hard rock scenes (Mastodon, Baroness, Kylesa, Black Tusk, etc). 

        
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