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Zion, Illinois, United States

Zion, Illinois, United States
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"ThunderDriver Review"


Thunderdriver - Self Titled
Reviewed by Matthew Tranker (
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Beers, chicks, and loud raucous riffs are what make up Thunderdriver’s ethos. This Illinois trio came to rock the pants off of you and your girlfriend.

Every song is a good time on Thunderdriver’s self-titled album. The eight tracks cover many topics, from plundering, Satan, and whiskey. It’s hard to complain, lyrically, about that unholy trio. The music itself lends itself towards NWOBHM, Alabama Thunderpussy, and Venom. Its rock ‘n’ roll at it’s most pure and dirty.

It’s a as if classic Kiss and Thin Lizzy had a jam session, and the result is Thunderdriver. This trio can bring the friggin’ rock. Head for the hills. Oh and bring a sixer.

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"ThunderDriver Entertainer Review"


“The earth it shook and the sky turned red/See you in hell that’s what he said.” Lyrically, the chorus from the first song on Thunderdriver’s self-titled album is hardly original coming from a hard rock, almost-metal band. However, it’s important because within the song the chorus is extremely catchy. It shows that although not every song on the band’s album is a keeper, this Zion three-piece knows writing memorable songs is more important than guitar wanking and screaming. ([7]
– Joseph Simek

- Illinois Entertainer


ThunderDriver-Self Titled 8 song full length album.

We have been played on Scott Davidson's Rebel Radio in Chicago,IL

CD Reviewed in WorldWide Metal Magazine "Brave Words and Bloody Knuckles". Gave us a great review (7.5 out of 10)

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We're 3 guys who bow to no one, we shoot straight from the hip and change for nothing. We love classic rock n roll bands like KISS, Thin Lizzy, Rory Gallagher, and Rainbow. We may only be 25 but we're hungry to play what we believe and we will start the rock n' roll revolution and people are finally ready to listen to good music.