GUNFIRE has released a promotional video-trailer for new album “Age of Supremacy”, out on 8th September (Cd / Digipack Cd) by Jolly Roger Records. Check it out below:
Jolly Roger Records proudly announces the come-back of Italian GUNFIRE with their new concept-album “Age of Supremacy”, out on 8th September on Cd format. The idea behind the album is the history of mankind that left the earth 1000 years ago and is now divided into two factions that evolved in different ways. The story is not based on the fight between good and evil but rather the inability of communication between two peoples in the distant and hypothetical future, as often happens today. This is the reason of war and destruction.
Gunfire were born in Ancona in 1983 and in 1984 they recorded their first, self-titled mini Lp (4 tracks), nowadays a pretty rare and expensive collectable item. They broke in 1986 and came back in 2000 with original line-up, except the drummer, adding a second guitar. “Thunder of War” was released in 2005 by German label Battle Cry. Drummer Marco Bianchella plays also in symphonic-gothic band The Dogma.
Following this link you can listen to new track “Man and Machine”.
MAN AND MACHINE
THE CITY OF LIGHT
HAMMER OF GOD
VOICES FROM A DISTANT SUN
FIRE IN THE SKY
ROBERTO ‘DRAKE’ BORRELLI – VOCALS
LUCA CALO’ – GUITARS
MARCELLO LAMMOGLIA – GUITARS
MICHELE MENGONI – BASS
MARCO BIANCHELLA – DRUMS
A man was shot in the arm Saturday evening (June 2) during what was being billed as the first headlining show in 23 years for recently reformed thrash metallers MACE at the Northwest Metal Fest in Spanaway, Washington. The cancer fundraising event was being put on by a biker club called the Bandidos at Uncle Sam’s American Bar & Grill.
According to Q13Fox.com, a dispute occurred “when a small group of members of another biker club, Ghostriders, showed up, [and] one of the members tried to enter the bar while wearing his jacket. The Bandidos asked him to remove his jacket so as not to disrespect their club. When he refused, a group of Bandidos surrounded him. The Ghostriders member felt threatened, and reportedly pulled out a gun and shot a Bandidos member in the arm. He was then tackled by a friend of the victim, disarmed, and held for police.”
According to Northwest Music Scene, authorities are still sorting through conflicting accounts about what really happened and Ed Troyer of the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office said that the shooter would also need medical attention because of the assault. Deputies were also looking for another man late Saturday that is also reportedly a member of the Ghostriders. That member is a 70-year-old blind man who fled the scene before officers arrived and he left his car at the event.
A two-minute video report from KomoNews.com can be seen HERE.