Bad Wolves consists of vocalist Tommy Vext, drummer John Boecklin, lead guitarist Doc Coyle, rhythm guitarist Chris Cain and bassist Kyle Konkiel.
The band released their debut studio album, Disobey on May 11, 2018. The band is touring with Five Finger Death Punch, Shinedown, Breaking Benjamin, and Starset in the first half of 2018.
They also had covered the Cranberries “Zombie”, and while doing old raids this is in the rotation.
Whenever I am doing world quest, raiding, or busting out my fishing pole to level up my fishing in game I always want to have something playing in the back round. I, for whatever reason, have an attention span of a squirrel.
*Notices something out the corner of her eye ~ oh shiny!*
Here are a few examples of what I have recently discovered that I am really enjoying to listen to.
1 Ember Trio
3 Mozart Hero’s
4 Harp Twins
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“One day you leave this world behind, so live a life you will remember.”
– Avicii (1989-2018)
On April 20, 2018 it was announced that Tim Bergling, better known by his stage name Avicii, had passed away. His publicist Ebba Lindqvist announced that he had passed in Muscat, Oman. No cause of death was given.
Rest easy, Avicii. Thank you for all of the music!
Skillet has been in my regular listen rotation for a while. A long while.
The band started in 1996, and I have been listening to them since 2007. Right as Comatose, their seventh full-length album was gaining traction. I know they are touring supporting their most recent album entitled Unleashed, but I have been hooked to their Awake & Remixed EP.
I was listening to the Spotify service and the pre-made “Your Daily Mix” playlist they put together and this song popped up. Its actually a very haunting version and it forced me to listen considering how different it is from the original song.
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Kuru the lighthearted is a npc located on the terrace of the Shrine of the Seven Stars, Shrine of Seven Stars is the Alliance city hub in Pandaria’s Kun-Lai Summit.
Whenever I see this npc it brings forth thoughts of a particular band, The Kuru Smile.
The song, 18 Black Horses.
I vividly remember listening to this pre-raid, on a weekly basis before entering raid to defeat Garrosh Hellscream in Siege of Orgrimmar!
Mark your calenders for April 13, 2018! Breaking Benjamin will be releasing their upcoming album, Ember, and I could not be more excited.
Ember is the bands sixth studio album release, and was produced by front man Benjamin Burnley. The first single, “Red Cold River”, was released on January 5, 2018. The song is dark, moody, and has soft to loud dynamics, interlaced with atmospheric moments.
Preface: As stated in a previous post, I am participating in a blog challenge! Thank you to Z & Cinder’s site! You can check them out here! I plan on doing several zones as their own post, a series of sorts, This is the first installment! Hope you enjoy!
When I first started World Of Warcraft, I wanted to explore, a lot. I wanted to see it all. For the longest time, I spent listening to the games music. Also wanted to hear everything that the music had in store as well! However, there is a few places & zones across the map that brought forward a song or album to the forefront of my mind!
I am going to start with Duskwood, Eastern Kingdoms! It is located in the south-central part of Azeroth, south of Elwynn Forest, East of Westfall & west of Deadwind Pass. The Duskwood storyline takes place right after the Redridge Mountains storyline for Alliance players. I vividly remember the music I was listening to one day while leveling an alt. When I first entered the zone, Stone Sour’s “Say You’ll Haunt Me” populated in my headphones via iTunes. For me it set a great vibe for the entire zone.
It was such a great way to see a different zone, dark and mysterious, via the sound of a song! It also was a great set of lore things there!