Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal stopping by with Art Of Anarchy

I’ve been waiting for the brand-new full album from Art of Anarchy. When I heard the track “Vilified” I had a feeling it was going to be pretty awesome. Well, it’s out now and I got my copy. After giving it a listen I thought we could take a look at 5 standout moments from the new Art of Anarchy album.

The album is called Let There Be Anarchy. And it is a rocking journey that has a lot of stellar moments on it. The whole band sounds tight on it. This album was a while in the making, so maybe they’re just playing like they’ve been waiting for this!

Their Visit

The guys stopped by our DHA studio when the first single ‘Vilified” was released. They couldn’t have been nicer. They were so down to earth and easy to talk to and were up for chatting with everyone in the building. Ron “Bumblefoot” Thall is a tremendous guitarist, and his playing really shines through on this album. And of course, Jeff Scott Soto is terrific. He’s very underrated and his performance on this album proves that he has some amazing vocal abilities.

And let’s not overlook the artwork on this record. It’s really cool looking. It gives me vibes of The Joker as played by Joaquin Phoenix a few years back. It definitely has an edgy look to it and if I saw it in the store, I’d think – “Who are these guys? I want to check it out!”

Overall, the album is really good. I need to give it a few more spins, but I wanted to show you some tracks that stand out. These are what I think are great introductions of what to expect from this release. You’re going to get a tight rhythm section, some fantastic guitar, and killer vocals too! It’s definitely worth a listen. So while you go get your copy, here’s 5 standout moments from the new Art of Anarchy album.


    Opening with that intense double bass drumming and cool riff, this is a banger! Soto’s voice sounds so good here too!


    The first single we got.  Really cool concept, tying in the movie The Joker.  It’s got a great hook!


    I like this one, because it really has a modern rock feel, without being a throwaway.  It sounds hip and fresh and the dark vibe is really cool!


    You really don’t know what to expect from this one.  It starts off like a ballad and then the chorus comes in and pummels you!


    It’s got some cool tom fills on the drums to get the song going.  But what’s cool is the back and forth between the more mellow sound and heavy chorus.  Really cool stuff!

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