Based from the nation’s capitol, A Appear of Thunder (extracted from the Ray Bradbury brief story from the same name) focus on a decibel-pushing mixture of classic hard rock and roll and classic power steel that invokes brands like Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Dio. Constructed throughout the powerhouse vocals of classically educated opera vocalist Nina Osegueda, the music group was produced in 2008 by guitarist Josh Schwartz and drummer Chris Haren. Their eponymous debut EP made an appearance in ’09 2009, accompanied by the full-length Steel Renaissance in 2011. Because of their sophomore outing, 2012’s Out of Darkness, the music group enlisted assistance from platinum award-winning manufacturer Kevin “131” Gutierrez, and in 2013 and 2014, they released the Kickstarter-funded Time’s Arrow as well as the Lesser Essential of Solomon, respectively, the previous of which highlighted a visitor vocal from Blaze Bayley (Wolfsbane, Iron Maiden). The music group proceeded to go the fan-funded path once again for 2015’s voodoo-themed Stories in the Deadside.