Three Tremors Fly Or Die

‘Fly or Die’ is the latest video released by The Three Tremors, the US heavy metal act with a trio of hellraisers stand at the mic in the form of Tim ‘Ripper’ Owens , Harry ‘The Tyrant’ Conklin and Sean ‘The Hell Destroyer’ Peck.

“This video was great to shoot on a bunch of levels,” noted Peck. First I am a big war buff and being in the cockpit of that mustang was incredible. To think all those brave warriors did battle in those tight, cramped cockpits, gives you an entirely new perspective on just how insane it must have been.

“Next I think the metal godz were smiling on us that day as it was the eye of the storm, and the only clear day without heavy rain for two weeks straight. The mountains surrounding San Diego were covered in snow and the air was crisp, it was a glorious day to do this tribute to such an important event in American history.

“After playing this song live now for over 30 plus shows, a lot of fans have been calling it the ‘Aces High’ of the modern age which of course is the ultimate heavy metal compliment!”

Conklin joked “Best hair day of my life!! Blast being a part of the past! Always the best time of my life filming with my metal brothers!” Owens, a tad more laid back commenting: “This is another great song to play live. The place always fires off once this song gets going.”

Having just completed their first US tour and with strong reviews for their debut album available on Steel Cartel Records, The Three Tremors are looking to play European dates with MetalFest XIV over in Spain already confirmed for 3rd August.

In the meantime catch the video for ‘Fly or Die’ right here at RAMZine.

 

About Paul H Birch

RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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