DISCOGRAPHY DEEP DIVE: Royal Thunder
Three albums, two EPs, and more gritty passion packed in those than most bands achieve in a lifetime.
Welcome to our first discography deep dive! Basically every once in a while I’ll pick a band and just go through all of their records, telling you my opinion on each of them. Full disclosure, yes, I did consider doing a “best to worst” sort of thing, or even rating each album out of 10, as I’ve seen on a few outlets that feature articles similar to this, but in the end I opted for a simpler, less gimmicky, here’s-all-their-music-and-what-I-think-of-it kind of approach. I’l love to hear your thoughts on what are your own favourites out of each discography and all the points where you both agree or disagree with me, feel free to leave all that in the comments!
All full-length albums of the artist in question will be featured always, and whenever relevant - as it happened in this first pick - I’ll also look at other releases that might be important to the whole timeline of the thing. If there’s a particular band you’d like me to do this for, feel free to let me know, either hit me up over email or comment, and I might just grant your wish.
So, the chosen band for the first discography dive here on The Devil’s Mouth is…
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