Stella Price-Rock and metal are fundamentally different in their time signatures, and rhythms. Now for me, Rock is the crap on the radio, its the stuff corporate music pushes down your throat. Metal is more abrasive, heavier, and less user friendly. Metal gives the feels through everything they are. Rock mostly through ballads. Metal, hardcore, whatever you wanna call it, Has a life all its own, and not because it was marketed that way, but because its part of the lives of the listeners and the music makers.
Shannon Lubold-Rock (whether contemporary or classic) is something I use to relax and unwind from my day. Metal motivates and energizes me. Kinda wanna kick ass in the gym...kinda want to punch someone in the throat.
Doug Price-Rock makes you move, make you remember the greatest times of your life... Metal helps you create those times rock reminds you of
Fred Hiller-Metal is malleable and workable. Rock crumbles.
Outcasts, black sheep, those who never fit in anywhere. Winter’s Wrath belongs to them. Every single member of the band rejects the norm when it comes to music.
They won’t settle when it comes to love.
Alder Trousseau, the lead guitarist in a band that owns his heart and soul, has always stood in the shadow of a man he hates. Braver “Brave” Trousseau, the voice of Winter’s Wrath.
For the success of the band, they have to work past their animosity, but that’s difficult when they have the same taste in women. And men.
Sex is a game to Brave. A game that might leave the people Alder cares for completely broken. Unless he claims them for his own.
If he steps out of the shadows, he’ll have no choice to play. To win.
On stage, the drama drives the fans insane. The songs they sing are a blood racing, body moving, warcry. But the very real battle taking place between the snares and the mic might tear the band apart.