Posted by Imperator on 11th January, 2022 @ 09:15 UTCBy Imperator on 11-01-2022 @ 09:15 UTC

The compilation, titled "The Language of Thunder", will raise funds for housing and sheltering displaced citizens from the devastating tornados that hit southern Kentucky last month.

Snow Wolf Records release compilation for benefit of Kentucky tornado victims
Snow Wolf Records release compilation for benefit of Kentucky tornado victims

Snow Wolf Records have released a compilation album in order to raise funds for victims of the devastating tornadoes that wreaked havoc across southern Kentucky last month. The compilation, titled "The Language of Thunder", was released together with Unsavory Records on the 7th of January, and features 13 tracks from Kentucky-based metal bands, six of which are exclusive to this release.

Our track listing is completely stacked with stoner metal, black metal, death metal, old school heavy metal, etc. Just about every subgenre is covered.


You can buy the album directly from the Snow Wolf Records Bandcamp page:


The tornado outbreak lasted over 24 hours and involved multiple EF4-category tornadoes, claiming over 90 lives while leaving at least 1,000 families homeless or with severely damaged properties. It is the deadliest outbreak on record for December in the US. The label commented:

In the early morning of December 11, 2021, the city of Bowling Green, KY sustained major damage from tornadoes. Heavily populated areas of the city (both residential and commercial) were left utterly destroyed. Many were left without homes, food, clothes, or other necessities.

In an effort to raise money for the relief efforts, Bowling Green-based entities Snow Wolf Records and Unsavory Records have joined forces with some of Kentucky's finest metal acts to bring forth THE LANGUAGE OF THUNDER: A Benefit for Tornado Victims of Southern Kentucky.

All sales of this compilation will be donated to the local organizations housing and sheltering displaced citizens.


Check out the album below:


The tracks from Starer, Fire Messiah, Thumos, Bihargam, El Astronauta and Pulsa diNura are exclusive to the release, and the album is available in either digital or cassette format:

The Language Of Thunder


Buy the album here.



Last edited by Imperator on 11th January, 2022 @ 11:37 UTC

0 Comments
for 'Snow Wolf Records release compilation for benefit of Kentucky tornado victims'

No comments yet.
Leave a comment
for 'Snow Wolf Records release compilation for benefit of Kentucky tornado victims'

Leave a comment
for 'Snow Wolf Records release compilation for benefit of Kentucky tornado victims'

Create an account or log in to post comments.

Support Lycanthropia.net

Buy albums online through our site's links

Whenever you buy albums (or anything else) through our site, we receive a few cents for each sale.


Buy albums online through our site's links

You can now also donate directly to Lycanthropia.net via Ko-fi, one time or monthly, with any amount.


This all helps us to pay for server costs, stay online, and remain advert-free. Thank you.

Latest album reviews

Reviews for Dark Affliction - Five Stages of Grief
Five Stages of Grief (2024)
Greece Dark Affliction
80% 4.0 star rating
By Jeger
Reviews for Carpathian Forest - Defending the Throne of Evil
Defending the Throne of Evil (2003)
Norway Carpathian Forest
85% 4.3 star rating
By Jeger
Reviews for Baxaxaxa - De Vermis Mysteriis
De Vermis Mysteriis (2023)
Germany Baxaxaxa
80% 4.0 star rating
By Jeger
Reviews for Dimmu Borgir - For All Tid
For All Tid (1995)
Norway Dimmu Borgir
85% 4.3 star rating
By Jeger
Reviews for Sear Bliss - Heavenly Down
Heavenly Down (2024)
Hungary Sear Bliss
95% 4.8 star rating
By Jeger

Poll #8: AI Generated Artwork

What do you think about bands using AI to generate the artwork for their album covers?


It fucking sucks: 37.5% (6 votes)
It sucks: 37.5% (6 votes)
Not bothered / undecided: 18.8% (3 votes)
It's okay: 6.3% (1 vote)
It's great: 0.0% (0 votes)

It fucking sucks: 37.5% (6 votes)
It sucks: 37.5% (6 votes)
Not bothered / undecided: 18.8% (3 votes)
It's okay: 6.3% (1 vote)
It's great: 0.0% (0 votes)

Total votes: 16

Log in to cast your vote.

Report an error
Report an error on this page
Return to top
Page loaded in 0.20 seconds
Loaded in 0.20 s.