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Ronny Munroe / Munroe's Thunder / Press

"A true multi-talent who can greatly adapt his voice to the demanded mood."

The Metal Observer

"Ronny Munroe brought passion and fire to his performance on Poughkeepsie Live. Although his name may conjure up big 80's hair and angry lyrics, to the contrary, Munroe now flying solo still has hair but adds to his arsenal lyrics with depth and tunes that will leave you wanting more. There seems to be a shift in his music without totally abandoning his previous musical life with Metal Church. His classical training in the art of metal music continued to show throughout his entire performance. His performance was like catching electricity in a bottle".

Kristine Conte - Executive Producer Time Warner - Time Warner Cable; Poughkeepsie Live

“No Metal like US Metal and here's the evidence once again brothers and sisters. Ronny's voice sounds really good! His new solo album "Lords Of The Edge" has some BIG moments to offer, Power Metal rules mainly-although this effort has also a fantastic power ballad on board called 'The Vision'-less power than most of the other songs but still worth to lay an ear on. Fans of Classic Power Metal the American way better take a deep breath before playing songs like: 'Let Them Feed', 'The Fear Of What's To Come', 'Full Circle' and 'Rock And A Hard Place'. 'Still Alive' is the most easy one of all, but please, listen to the wonderful voice of Ronny himself–just another evidence that he's really good! Munroe's throat changes its shape on regular basis-high pitch moments alternating with dirty, rougher type of singing (every now and than I even hear some similarities with R. J. Dio) to make "The Lords Of The Edge" one of my favourite albums of 2011.”

"The Fire Within"...it was a great surprise for me to hear this album...