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SteelReign - "Truth about Dying" (audio)

Το τραγούδι των SteelReign "Truth about Dying" από το album "Change to Insane"
Where do we go when we die
Oh, where do we go
Heaven or earth
Bury me then what becomes of me
Will i rot in the grave
With some worms in a coffin
Or will my soul rise to the eternal place
Where only the dead go

I see light shining in front of me
And you, you’re there too

I walk through a field of silver clouds
Illusions of people i've known
From before worlds hereafter?
Could this be the way it really is
Something better than i thought
Life after death or do we even die
Just left a world to come to another

I see light shining in front of me
And you, you pe there too
i see them coming around me and you
I'm finally with you

They say we must leave
Back to our plots
The final resting place
It's there you will stay
And await returns
To welcome beloved ones
No, i don't want to leave
This is not the way it should be
Given a piece of paradise
Then it's taken away
It's taken away

I seen light shining in front of me
And you, you're there too
I am dead, life is out of me
It's true
I finally know the truth
The truth about dying
The truth about dying
Will I rest in peace?

Οι SteelReign δημιουργήθηκαν το 1989 στην Νέα Υόρκη. Συνεχίζουν μέχρι τις ημέρες μας χωρίς ανάλογη δισκογραφική συνέπεια, καθώς έχουν κυκλοφορήσει (μόλις) δύο "ολοκληρωμένους" δίσκους (συν ένα demo κι ένα ep).

Το ντεμπούτο τους ("Change to Insane") "βγήκε" αυτοχρηματοδοτούμενο το 1995 κι επανακυκλοφορεί (από την Heaven and Hell Records) 25 χρόνια αργότερα. Στα δέκα τραγούδια της αρχικής έκδοσης προστέθηκαν και τα τρία του ομώνυμου demo που κυκλοφόρησε το 1993...

Δελτίο τύπου: «Although the best-known metal was from the 80s, in the 90s on Long Island New York, metal bands were prevalent. Among them was a local Long Island band called Steel Reign.

Steel Reign was well known and their resume included opening for bands such as Testament, Type O Negative, Life of Agony, Dream Theater, Nuclear Assault and Overkill. They played venues including L’amour’s, Sundance, CBGB’s, Street Level and most often The Roxy Music Hall.

The name Steel Reign is a symbol of power and resilience; Steel being the strongest of metals and Reign is to conquer. Steel Reign began with two founding members. Frank Harris (lead guitar) and Pat Foote (bassist). Both Levittown natives who attended the same high school and began playing together in 1984.

Soon Frank recruited drummer Tommy Yanez from Hicksville. Frank’s friend had been dating Tom’s sister and was giving Tom drum lessons. Frank’s father would take Pat and Frank to Tom’s house to practice in the living room until one day a neighbor barged in the door and said “It sounds like you’re playing in my living room…turn that shit down”.

Tom says that’s the moment he realized how good they actually were. Then they decided to turn Tom’s garage into a makeshift studio using only milk crates, plywood and a piece of carpet for the drum stage. The three of them stole plywood from a house down the street that was doing construction.

As they were carrying it down the street a cop drove by. They used the plywood to hide behind and the cop kept on driving. This was the beginning of Steel Reign’s ritual of practising in the garage three days a week. The band now needed a rhythm guitarist as well as a singer. They met rhythm guitarist Rob Perez through a mutual friend.

Perez’s stint along with three singers Matt, Lou and Chris was short-lived, due to the fact that as time went on, Steel Reign’s music was getting heavier and they couldn’t see themselves doing music that heavy. Before singer Chris Sheer left the band he had introduced Steel Reign to a rhythm guitarist from Garden City named Jaime Ehling.

Jamie then joined the band in 1990. Next, the search for Steel Reign’s singer had begun. They put a local ad in Good Times Magazine and held tryouts. Oakdale native Rob Malvagno answered the ad and tried out for the spot. Rob was told although he was great the band still had other people to try out.

This didn’t sit well with Rob as he knew right away he needed to be the singer of this band. They tried out other singers but ultimately in the end, the position was Rob’s. And so it began. There you had it. Steel Reign was perfectly positioned and was ready to begin their metal journey. Pat Foote (aka Footie), Frank Harris, Tommy Yanez, Jamie Ehling and Rob Malvagno. Nothing would be the same again.»

Band: SteelReign
Country of origin: United States
Location: Levittown, New York
Formed in: 1989
Genre: Power Metal
Years active: 1989-present

Audio: "Truth about Dying"
Album: "Change to Insane"
Type: Full length

Release date: 1995
Label: Independent
Format: CD

Release date: March 27th, 2020
Label: Heaven and Hell Records
Format: CD (500 copies), Digital

Track listing:
01. Cease to Exist
02. Inevitable Death
03. Truth About Dying
04. Change to Insane
05. Deadly Hypnosis
06. Invisible Force
07. Into the Fog
08. Mortuary Delight
09. Circle in the Field
10. Death Con 5
11. Truth about Dying (demo 1993)
12. Into the Fog (demo 1993)
13. Death Con 5 (demo 1993)

Band members:
Rob Malvagno - Vocals
Jamie Ehling - Guitars (rhythm)
Tom Yannez - Drums
Frank Harris - Guitars (lead)
Patrick Foote - Bass

Miscellaneous staff:
Kenni Gioia - Producer, Engineering
Jim Sabella - Producer, Engineering

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