Eye of the Storm

Album: Scream Aim Fire (2008)
  • Frontman Matt Tuck in Metal Hammer magazine: "Lyrically it was written in a hotel room in Los Angeles. It is really high energy, high tempo stuff. To me, the music represented chaos, danger and nastiness. We just kind of thought what its like, being caught up in this chaos of a kind of hurricane - running for your life. It could be taken as a statement just like a future warning."

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  • Jon from Kansas, Angolathis song is amazing. really fun to play. well constructed i love the part before the chouros and awesome solo
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