Hailing from Ireland’s capital, Two Tales Of Woe are an Dublin based four-piece.
They have gained a considerable amount of attention from the flourishing Irish metal scene since the release of their debut album A Conversation With Death’ in 2009.
Founded in 2005 by vocalist Carl King, Two Tales Of Woe have built a formidable reputation as one of the most crushing and exciting live bands to emerge from the Irish Metal explosion in the last decade. Their sound is part Doom, Part Sludge or as the band call it ‘SLOOM’ and combinds the best of both genres, wit5h influences such as Crowbar, Down, Black Sabbath, Corrosion Of Comformity, Cathedral and Entombed. Also ZZ TOP, Thin Lizzy and Mastadon.
2016 saw TTOW perform across the UK including a memorable performance at Bloodstock Open Air (watch it for yourself below) which resulted in a slew of promoters booking the guys for numerous shows across the UK and beyond.
The Summer release of ‘Burning Lands’ earned TTOW an impressive ammount of radio play in Ireland, UK, Germany and Portugal, opening a whole new level of interest for the band- who at the time was just announced for as the support act for Crowbar and then went on to conquer Europe and the UK. this also included the recording of their latest album that is ‘Hunter And Prey’.
The Live arena though is where TTOW really shine as they have played with respected international touring bands such as Corrosion of Conformity, Entombed, Spirit Caravan, Soilent Green, Lordi, Diamond Head and The Gates Of Slumber. They have also played the same bill as Napalm Death, Orange Goblin and Primordial to name a few.
Let’s see what Carl King has to say about Vocalzone!
“I was introduced to Vocalzone by my guitarist who swore by them as being the best thing to optimise vocal performance. So I got him to purchase me a pack and i haven’t looked back since. I have a wide vocal range and at time need to go from melodic clean singing to aggressive heavy growls in an instant and Vocalzone is my one constant in helping me maintain that high level…i have never looked back. All vocalists should use Vocalzone.”