The self-titled, 6-panel limited edition Digipak album came out on September 30th. The colossally heavy, Sludge Metal, Doom album consists of 7 tracks spanning over 20 minutes, which include their single Obelisk Ov Ha$h and other tunes such as Vegans Gains and Burgled Senseless.
Bassist and producer of the EP, Rian Gamble said: “We recorded this album in four hours and part of the magic of this EP is that it was so in the moment and was made with snap decisions. That’s what makes it so special to me. I had a mad sense of euphoria when the band was playing. I knew it was going to be something special”
I am incredibly proud of what we’ve done for this EP, seeing it literally come from nothing to it being released onto a label. It is just madness and was never planned.”
New tronald album is the bees knees
— niall (@Niall_Gee) October 9, 2017
Formed in January 2017, Tronald consists of Gamble (21), guitarist Charlie Seisay (27) and Drummer Andy Preece (26).
Tronald worked collectively inviting other popular North-West metal artist to feature on different tracks. These include Matt Franklin from Under, Martin Battle from Riggots and Steven Dobb from The Hyena Kill. The band said that Influences of the album came from other iconic metal bands including Big Business, Mono Lord and Elephant tree.
The EP has already received raving positive reviews on The Obelisk metal blog and From the Pit Metal podcast.
The band are set to play some select live performances at the beginning of 2018 but their first official live gig will be the APF Records showcase at The Bread Shed, Manchester on the 3rd February 2018.
About the showcase Rian said: “It’s going to be an incredible night with so many different bands playing, APF have an extensive collective of really good bands and it is only getting better”
Tronald Guitarist Charlie Seisay added: “It is such a good scene, it is going to be a ruckus gig with our genre and style of music but it will be an exciting gig to play”.
To buy tickets for Tronalds February 3rd showcase and the new EP you can go to APF Records’ website.