You can stream 8 of the 9 tracks on the TMU Recs bandcamp page:
I must confess that my first reaction was luke-warm, but that was before hearing the album. It's really good, and (at least IMO) manages to capture the old Texan metal spirit.nightsblood wrote: ↑Mon Nov 19, 2018 8:40 pmSaw this advertised recently and the concept left me scratching my head. So musicians from a bunch of different groups, most-all of which are underground cult acts from the 80s, are now recording new material. Amiright? I guess that's cool. Kinda. Maybe. It implies there are folks out there thinking, "gee, it sure would be great if all these old-timers got together for the first time ever to record brand-new material, I bet that would sound awesome!". If that describes you, dear reader, sorry to rain on your parade; that description just doesn't apply to me. At all.
texasmetalunderground wrote: ↑Mon Nov 19, 2018 11:16 pmThere is some musician overlap but Texas Metal Outlaws is a studio project headed by guitarist Robert Williams (Ignitor, Witches Mark). It's a collection of songs he wrote and recorded over the past 4 years with invited guests and friends who provided various vocal and instrumental assistance. No live shows planned for these guys.
Texas Metal Legion (the group performing at KIT 2019) is a group of 80's Texas metal guys from mainly Austin, San Antonio, & Houston. What was supposed to be a one-off gig back in April 2018 attracted the attention of a few promoters which led to the KIT booking. They will be performing the songs of the various members bands: WatchTower, Militia, SA Slayer, Karion, Juggernaut & Helstar. No planned recording for this group.
Still confusing? Yes!
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