The enclosed picture of the band Resurrect Tomorrow is from world’s most famous nature park, Grand Canyan and UNESCO has declared the park as part of the World Heritage Site. So famous isn`t the band yet, but their reputation is increasing every day so to say. Resurrect Tomorrow and have been around since 2012, and the debut came in 2013. Tthe sequel album The Wolf came two years ago. Recently that album have been released in a new version as The Wolf The Awesome Deluxe Remastered Edition. The title track The Wolf,
Resurrect Tomorrow is from Utrecht inThe Netherlands. The band that creates music with a high level of intensity that retains a similarly high level of broad listening appeal. Whilst seeming straightforward, many songs contain hidden depths that make repeat listening a worthwhile undertaking. The track Slaver`s Crown,
Sporting a bombastic sound and dramatic lyrics, often retelling tragic tales, Resurrect Tomorrow strikes a confrontational tone where nothing is beyond question. Their latest release features six songs of non-stop riffing with a melodic focus that gets stuck inside the deepest recesses of your brain. Like the protagonist of the title track, The Wolf’s melodies will probably seek to haunt your dreams forever. The track At The End,
Sporting a brutal sound and lyrics to match, Resurrect Tomorrow launched themselves into the fray with their first album A Dying Lie. A heavy album filled with often very personal stories, it strikes a confrontational tone where nothing is beyond question.
A varied background and plethora of musical experience brings together a set of musicians that when put together realize an intense feeling of raw metal. A less is more and no-subtelty attitude means that nothing is ever loud enough, as the band strives to give 100% every step of the way.