Death Angel - Killing Season album flac
- Album: Killing Season
- FLAC: 1707 mb | MP3: 1660 mb
- Released: 2008
- Style: Thrash
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 970
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Killing Season is the fifth album by the American thrash quintet Death Angel, which was released on February 26, 2008. Produced by Nick Raskulinecz (of Rush fame), it is the follow-up to the band's first reunion album, 2004's The Art of Dying. Killing Season sold around 2,300 copies in its first week in the . On August 11, 2006, bassist Dennis Pepa spoke to The Gauntlet about the band's plans for a fifth album. In February 2007, guitarist Rob Cavestany posted an update on the album.
Death Angel put out an album.
Death Angel : Killing Season,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. The most truly wonderful aspect of Death Angel's 2008 LP release "Killing Season" is its due dilligence to the Bay Area thrash sound by way of demonstration rather than mere duplication. The songs for the most part act as metal templates: they are honest, straightforward, and most definitely old school.
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LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Death Angel Format: Vinyl. I've been listening to Death Angel since their "Frolic Through The Park Album" and "ACT III". I have also enjoyed their talent and musicianship, especially with the kinds of changes they do as a thrash metal band. However, the vocals were always too "tinnie" sounding, since the reverb was added so much to the vocals. However, I have just gotten back to checking these guys out again, since I was curious to see what they may or may not be doing as of late
Killing Season is Death Angel's second collection of brand new studio material since getting back together in the mid-'00s, and many observers may reasonably presume that its timing really couldn't have been better for coinciding with a genuine, worldwide thrash revival.
The album's first half is excellent, resembling the band's better days back in the 80s, whereas the majority of the second half simply sees Death Angel sounding like a doggedly tired group of musicians who, however hard they try, just can't get beyond songs of above average quality.
Mmmm, Killing Season is definitely Death Angel's weakest album and most boring one as well (not enough variation on it to keep me interested for the entire ride). I would rate it . at most. - Member of the true crusade against European Flower Metal. I usually hate "comebacks" of classic bands, but "The Art Of Dying" was indeed an AMAZING comeback (it is indeed my favourite Death Angel album) so I'm certainly interested in listening to this shit. Damnated Churchburner.