The Three Tremors, Tim “Ripper” Owens (Judas Priest, Iced Earth), Sean Peck Peck (Cage, Denner /Shermann) and Harry “The Tyrant” Conklin (Jag Panzer, ) talked to The Metal Voice live about how the bad was formed and other interesting stuff in an interview that was broadcasted live via YouTube. “We’ve been working for this project in secrecy for 5 years. It’s like resurrecting the idea that was and doing it” says Sean Peck. The Metal Voice’s Jimmy Kay asked what happens in case Bruce Dickinson intervenes and claims the name? Tim says, “Sean is more than happy to sell them the rights to the name because he owns it!” “If they wanna go out with their version of the three tremors, go ahead! They have my permission to do it” added Sean. “I am pretty sure that Sean will kick me out to get Rob (Halford) in the band, as it had been done before to me!” laughs Tim.

Harry Conklin talked about his involvement: “They gave me all the songs and they gave me a chance to be creative with all these songs. I recorded them in my own studio and I guess every one of us did the same. It was on an honor for me to put my likeness to metal like this. Power metal that I grew up with and it’s a honor for me to be a part of this whole three tremors thing”.

As for the direction of the album, Tim says: “I think that the big thing about it is that it’s got a lot of light and shade on it really. But, it’s mainly straightforward. The vocals are in your face… a lot of highs. Something not everybody does. It’s like we hit this market that I hear fans talk about all over the world, power metal, the faster metal. (…) we have an opportunity to do this music that is right at the old school metal fans. This is stuff that’s really going to get them. I even attacked it a little bit different for myself. I did more falsetto more of a different voice where I would usually sing at my natural voice and I use more of the “Metal Church” or “AC/DC” voice that I would use.