Hard rock fans will be delighted to know that the legendary Doubting Tomas is still creating a buzz with some mesmerizing music. The band has dropped their latest and fourth album, “Shattered”. With a collection of nine songs featuring Amanda Power on the vocals (her first album), “Shattered” is a must buy for the collection of all fans of rock, punk and heavy metal.
“Shattered” is as good as hard rock can get, and new vocalist Amanda Power, delights with her mastery of the genre and an impactful voice. The album features Billy Brewster (lead guitar), Jeff Rose (Drums) and Sergio Unzueta (bass). Billy B. also sings the ninth song of the album.
“With ‘Shattered’, we have tried to rock the world again, just like we did in the past. You’ll love the energy and vibe of these songs, made even more special by Amanda’s powerful vocals,” says Billy B.
Those who miss the heat and excitement of hard rock like it was in the 80s and the 90s will welcome the new album. Doubting Tomas members honed their act practicing for hours on weekends in the attic of former WWII German army barracks. They jammed to the now legendary music of AC/DC, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Journey, Foreigner, Styx, and REO Speedwagon.
Founded in 1980 in Nuremberg when the Iron Curtain was still around, Doubting Tomas has evolved over time, but has retained its hard rock foundation. For over three decades, the band has seen itself transform from an air band to recording music in studios. Their recent singles and EPs that can be heard online include ‘Roots’, ‘Rebel’, ‘Anthem’, ‘Sitting on the Porch’, ‘All Alone’ and ‘Bosephus.