Death Angel - New Album Details


Legendary Bay Area Thrashers Death Angel have reported that " [their] new recording is done! "Killing Season" was mixed at Studio 606 by Nick Raskulinecz and mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering by none other than Brian "Big Bass" Gardner. It is slated for release on February 26 in the US and February 29 in the rest of the world. Leap year 2008!"

Here is the tracklisting:

01. Lord Of Hate
02. Sonic Beatdown
03. Dethroned
04. Carnival Justice
05. Buried Alive
06. Soulless
07. The Noose
08. When Worlds Collide
09. God Vs. God
10. Steal The Crown
11. Resurrection Machine

To read more about the album, go to this location.

Source: blog.myspace.com
Band profile: Death Angel
 
Posted: 18.12.2007 by Thryce


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18.12.2007 - 21:48
selken
Irreligious
Great!!! I just can't wait!! surely it will be great!!
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19.12.2007 - 01:28
BurbotsRevenge
Foetal Butchery
hopefully its as good as the ultra violence - looking forward to this

2008 is going to be a bomb!
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19.12.2007 - 01:46
Opium
Account deleted
HELL YES!
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19.12.2007 - 06:14
LeChron James
Helvetesfossen
these guys have to be like only 30 or something now. werent they like....15 when they made "The Ultra Violence"?
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Kick Ass, Die Young

Less is More
Stay Pure
Stay Poor

Music was my life, music brought me to life and music is how I will be remembered long after I leave this life. When I die there will be a final waltz in my head that only I can hear.
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19.12.2007 - 09:23
DrunkenFuck
Thrasher!
Think I might actually buy that. I need to broaden my view abit, not just sticking to the thrash bands that you hear about every day. Death Angel might be a good start.
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THRASH!!!
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20.12.2007 - 15:07
magatouve
magatouve@hotmail.com
Is the title "legendary" being overused these days in the metal scene (maybe outside it too)? It seems as if half of metal bands became "legendary".
I haven't listened to any of Death Angel's stuff and it might be a very good band, but why would it be called "legendary"? When it comes to thrash metal, one might say that Metallica or Slayer is legendary (no more than two or three bands). There's a big difference between a good band and a legendary band. A legendary band changes the whole scene and influence many other bands, while a good band makes good stuff and has a limited impact and that's it. In the whole world of metal I don't think that there should be more than 10 or 15 bands at most that might be labeled 'legendary'. Otherwise the word 'legendary' would lose its meaning.
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21.12.2007 - 04:05
Dangerboner
:D
This will be my most anticipated album of 2008

edit - I take it back. Nevermore is my most anticipated album of 2008.
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22.12.2007 - 11:16
Opium
Account deleted
Written by magatouve on 20.12.2007 at 15:07

Is the title "legendary" being overused these days in the metal scene (maybe outside it too)? It seems as if half of metal bands became "legendary".
I haven't listened to any of Death Angel's stuff and it might be a very good band, but why would it be called "legendary"? When it comes to thrash metal, one might say that Metallica or Slayer is legendary (no more than two or three bands). There's a big difference between a good band and a legendary band. A legendary band changes the whole scene and influence many other bands, while a good band makes good stuff and has a limited impact and that's it. In the whole world of metal I don't think that there should be more than 10 or 15 bands at most that might be labeled 'legendary'. Otherwise the word 'legendary' would lose its meaning.

Do you even know the meaning of the word or preconditions for a legend? Firstly they have to be dead (or disbanded, in this case), so you're definitely wrong with Slayer or Metallica. Secondly, they must have acheived something that is great or respectable. Of course both examples you gave here fit that, although they're still invalid examples nonetheless.
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23.12.2007 - 12:55
magatouve
magatouve@hotmail.com
Written by Guest on 22.12.2007 at 11:16

Written by magatouve on 20.12.2007 at 15:07

Is the title "legendary" being overused these days in the metal scene (maybe outside it too)? It seems as if half of metal bands became "legendary".
I haven't listened to any of Death Angel's stuff and it might be a very good band, but why would it be called "legendary"? When it comes to thrash metal, one might say that Metallica or Slayer is legendary (no more than two or three bands). There's a big difference between a good band and a legendary band. A legendary band changes the whole scene and influence many other bands, while a good band makes good stuff and has a limited impact and that's it. In the whole world of metal I don't think that there should be more than 10 or 15 bands at most that might be labeled 'legendary'. Otherwise the word 'legendary' would lose its meaning.

Do you even know the meaning of the word or preconditions for a legend? Firstly they have to be dead (or disbanded, in this case), so you're definitely wrong with Slayer or Metallica. Secondly, they must have acheived something that is great or respectable. Of course both examples you gave here fit that, although they're still invalid examples nonetheless.

Who said that a legend should be dead or disbanded? In what dictionary or resource you found that meaning of legend (I checked Longman and Encarta dictionaries and found nothing like that)? So, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Motorhead, Iron Maiden, Paradise Lost, etc are not called legendary? Who's then can be called legendary? Do we have to wait till they die or disband to give them credit for their achievements? Think of Pink Floyd for example. They're not legendary in the world of rock music? They're officially still alive and "banded". Even back in the nineties and perhaps the eighties they were called legends.
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08.01.2008 - 16:10
White Winter Sun
Laboratory's Rat
A brand new song, entitled "Sonic Beatdown", has been posted on the group's MySpace page here. Enjoy it.
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09.01.2008 - 00:27
Syk
myspace/bonerama
Thanks WWS... I don't think it's too bad, but nothing brilliant either. Those vocals are weak.
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death thrash death/doom/prog Hail Zoldon!

he's not the kind you have to wind up on Sundays
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