new song "why" now added to the music section of our site

TWWB offers many thanks to The Metal Resource in Holland for hosting the exclusive world premiere of our new single WHY.  If you like heavy music, they are a great resource for what is going on and update their content constantly.  You can check them out at www.mauce.nl.  
Now that the premiere is over, WHY has been added to the two other singles we have released in the MUSIC section of this site.  Please give it a listen and let us know what you think by posting a response to this post. Enjoy!

3 comments

  • chad

    chad Tennessee

    Great songs. Can't wait to hear the rest of them. I hope the liner notes of the cd has musician notes as to who played what. I'm just curious to know what input Troy had. I'm also wondering whose playing the drums. I miss Jerry's drumming. I know it's not him, but am curious as to who it is. Thanks

    Great songs. Can't wait to hear the rest of them. I hope the liner notes of the cd has musician notes as to who played what. I'm just curious to know what input Troy had. I'm also wondering whose playing the drums. I miss Jerry's drumming. I know it's not him, but am curious as to who it is. Thanks

  • TWWB

    TWWB New Zealand/Kentucky

    Chad, This is Alan with TWWB answering. Thanks for your comment. I am happy you like the songs. I do not believe they are the best ones on the CD by a long shot, so I hope you have lots of nice surprises when the CD arrives. Troy plays a guitar lead on one of the songs and just yesterday put some really cool cello on our last song to send to the engineer. He was also hanging out in the studio when our guest bassist, Brad Holland, recorded a bass track to one of the songs. He had some great ideas. Troy, as always, has been a good friend and musician, although he was not involved with writing the songs. He has really helped us when we got "stumped" about a particular part or exactly where the song was headed. I play the drums on this project and freely admit I am not anywhere near Jerry as far as my skill goes. I did my best and needed plenty of computer help to get the tracks down correctly. For me, I am happy with the sound and groove. I hope you can live with the drumming and still enjoy the songs. Thanks for your support and please help us spread the word!

    Chad,
    This is Alan with TWWB answering. Thanks for your comment. I am happy you like the songs. I do not believe they are the best ones on the CD by a long shot, so I hope you have lots of nice surprises when the CD arrives. Troy plays a guitar lead on one of the songs and just yesterday put some really cool cello on our last song to send to the engineer. He was also hanging out in the studio when our guest bassist, Brad Holland, recorded a bass track to one of the songs. He had some great ideas. Troy, as always, has been a good friend and musician, although he was not involved with writing the songs. He has really helped us when we got "stumped" about a particular part or exactly where the song was headed. I play the drums on this project and freely admit I am not anywhere near Jerry as far as my skill goes. I did my best and needed plenty of computer help to get the tracks down correctly. For me, I am happy with the sound and groove. I hope you can live with the drumming and still enjoy the songs. Thanks for your support and please help us spread the word!

  • chad

    chad Tennessee

    Thanks Alan for the reply. I just saw it and hope you had a happy new year. The drums sound good. I'm just glad it's not a drum machine. I try to never say anything negative about music, but I didn't really like the drums on the last Bride cd. I know this isn't Bride and am anxious to hear the finished product. Thanks for your time.

    Thanks Alan for the reply. I just saw it and hope you had a happy new year. The drums sound good. I'm just glad it's not a drum machine. I try to never say anything negative about music, but I didn't really like the drums on the last Bride cd. I know this isn't Bride and am anxious to hear the finished product. Thanks for your time.

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