"Thor (the Powerhead)" as written by and Joey Demaio....
Black clouds on the horizon
Great thunder and burning rain
His chariot pounding
I heard the heavens scream his name

I watched as he shouted
To the giants who died that day
He held up his hammer high
And called to Odin for a sign

Thor the mighty Thor the brave
Crush the infidels in your way
By your hammer let none be saved
Live to die on that final day
Gods monsters and men
Will die together in the end

God of thunder god of rain
Earth shaker who feels no pain
The powerhead of the universe
Now send your never ending curse

I watched as he shouted
To the giants who died that day
He held up his hammer high
And called to Odin for a sign

Thor the mighty Thor the brave
Crush the infidels in your way
By your hammer let none be saved
Live to die on that final day
Gods monsters and men
Will die together in the end

Swing your hammer to crack the sky
Lift your cape so that you might fly
Back to Odin and the gods on high
And leave the mortal world

Thor the mighty Thor the brave
Crush the infidels in your way
By your hammer let none be saved
Live to die on that final day
Gods monsters and men
Will die together in the end

Odin


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"Thor (The Powerhead)" as written by Joseph De Maio Joey Demaio

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    General CommentSorry, to add I wanted to mention how this song creates such a vivid image in my mind. Some songs have the power to do that and this is one, I just get so caught up in it. I picture in my head Thor in the midst of battle waving his giant hammer and sending lighting bolts down at his enemies. I love songs that have this kind of power.
    Muzzyon May 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think this one is about Thor... :P
    rkcon February 05, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIn ancient Norse mythology, Thor, the god of thunder and the son of Odin, is the most powerful of all the gods. Wielding a hammer that fires lighting bolts, he battles giants and serpents, where Thor rides his chariot the earth shakes and is torn asunder. For countless eons he fights to protect the world from harm, knowing that one day he will die in battle at the end of the world(also known as Ragnarok,) yet even knowing this he continues to battle with all his might.

    Awesome song, powerful as hell. Probably my favorite Manowar song, Eric Adams vocals on this give me chills.
    Muzzyon May 13, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah, you're right Muzzy, it really rocks!.
    MetalLordon October 31, 2007   Link

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