Tearing up Ireland with their own take of thrash over the last ten years is Animator.
Playing together in various forms over the past 10 years, Animator has been
quietly building up a reputation for explosive live performances and exceptional song-writing. Formed in the ‘Sunny’ South East of Ireland in 2006, they have played all over their home country, further afield in Germany, Spain and all over the UK as well as sharing the stage with such bands as Megadeth, Trivium, Rob Zombie, Status Quo, Amon Amarth and many more.
‘Sticks and Stones’ is a thunderous track thats show what Animator are all about.
Taking influences from many musical genres, Animator create their own brand of thrash metal that is fresh, exciting, and dynamic. Taking inspiration from the world they see around them, Animator’s lyrics reflect a critical analysis of global politics and international order. With the release of their full length debut album ‘Blacklisted’, Animator have announced themselves as a powerful new force on the European thrash scene. Having the opportunity to play at both Bloodstock Open Air in 2015 and Wacken Open Air 2017 has really put a lot of new eyes and ears on the band.
From their album ‘Blacklisted’ comes ‘Western Shadow’.
As part of their campaign to spread the word about the band and the album, they have partnered up with professional wrestling company Ring Of Honor and their
worldwide audience of hundreds of thousands of fans to use music from
Blacklisted to help promote the band through the use of their Television shows, Pay Per View events, DVD releases or any other medium they see fit. This gives Animator the potential to reach an entire new audience of fans. Along with this unique partnership, the release of their latest EP ‘The Venom Within’ and many festivals and shows lined up for 2018 the future looks bright for this Irish powerhouse.
Let’s see what Animator has to say about Vocalzone!!
“We had heard of Vocalzone for a while but our first exposure to it was at Bloodstock Festival 2015. We were told about the benefits of it and that we should try it out for our set. Since that moment our singer has not stopped raving about the benefits it has given him, especially for recovery after playing an intense set.