WAR OF THRONES's official music video for the song "Say What" can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's debut album, "Conflict In Creation", which was released in March via Sonic Night Music Club. The disc was recorded and mixed by James Fox at Sweet Spot Studio in Seminole, Florida and mastered by Maor Appelbaum (HALFORD, ARMORED SAINT, FAITH NO MORE) at Maor Appelbaum Mastering in California.
Forged in steel, WAR OF THRONES was formed when vocalist Wade Black and virtuoso guitarist Rick Renstrom joined forces in 2012. Previously, the two had worked together in LEASH LAW, releasing "Dogface" in 2005.
Wade is no stranger to metal. For more than two decades, he has thrilled audiences worldwide, fronting such metal bands as CRIMSON GLORY, SEVEN WITCHES and LEATHERWOLF. Rick entered the scene in 2000, joining vocalist Rob Rock's touring and recording band. Having toured around the world, Rick's incredible and inspiring guitar playing has been witnessed by thousands of people.
WAR OF THRONES' lineup is rounded out by bass player Rich Marks (VIVALDI METAL PROJECT) and former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN drummer Patrick Johansson.
WAR OF THRONES has shared the stage with such bands as KAMELOT, DROWNING POOL, ANVIL and MUSHROOMHEAD.
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