|Published on november 5th, 2019 | PRESS RELEASE|
Prolific front man Dale Thompson and his band mate Alan Zaring have announced the release of their latest and third album, entitled “Nothing’s as Real as It Seems”. The album features 12 new tracks, with 3 additional bonus tracks for those that purchase the album on their website, www.theworldwillburn.com.
According to Thompson, “This was one my favorite recording projects ever. I was able to write lyrics that really provoke thought and imagery. We were able to paint a very vivid picture. It is brilliant from start to finish and certainly shows a maturity as song writers from the previous two.”
Zaring adds “I really think we recorded a game changer here. The intensity of this album is off the charts. We really figured out the difference between heavy and just loud.” Zaring continues “This collection of songs brings together in sharp focus everything we have been trying to do for the past few years. It is fresh, new and different. The emotions of this album make it very special and we could not be more proud”.
The World Will Burn has prided themselves on creating heavy music that sounds different than everything else. Since they burst onto the scene with their debut release “Severity” in 2015, TWWB has continually released music that has been overwhelmingly favored by critics and fans alike. Their sophomore effort “RuiNation” in 2017 took their music to a new level and with it brought a new fan base and more expanded commercial success. Both of the band’s previous albums were ranked as top 10 albums by numerous reviewers in the years they were released.
“”I am excited for people to hear it and get some feedback and hopefully the music will impress, the lyrics inspire, and the Spirit will move through it to draw people closer to God”, explains Thompson.
The band has released the cover art and a preview video of the songs on the album. If the preview is any indication, The World Will Burn may indeed have another hit record and this time, a real Gamechanger. You can pre-order the album on the bands website, www.theworldwillburn.com.