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Killing Season + DVD [CD]

Death Angel Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (3 Mar 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B0012E6R5K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 200,399 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Lord Of Hate
2. Sonic Beatdown
3. Dethroned
4. Carnival Justice
5. Buried Alive
6. Soulless
7. The Noose
8. When Worlds Collide
9. God Vs. God
10. Steal The Crown
See all 11 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Death Angel Live In Strasbourg 2003

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hardcore Metal For 2008... 11 Mar 2008
Format:Audio CD
Death Angel: One of the most underrated bands EVER! Talented musicians and masterful songwriters - at their peak at least equal to Metallica- and certainly heavier!! Also in Rob Cavestany they possess one of the single most gifted individuals to emerge from the 1980's Thrash Metal Bay Area Scene - this guy is a SERIOUS player - acoustic, rhythm and lead, Cavestany delivers, crunchy riffs blended with some of the tastiest & most melodic lead breaks around!! Absoluteley bitchin' guitar tone on rhythm and all the feel of a Tony Iommi on the leads! Factor in a tight as hell and inventive rhythm section in Andy Galeon (Drums) and Dennis Pepa (Bass Guitar) and the Halford/Dickinson/Dianno style vocals of Mark Osegueda - and solid Rhythm guitar from Ted Aguilar to boot, and you have pound for pound as good a Thrash Metal band as anything going!
This is genuine Thrash with a modern edge and a healthy influence of The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal! This band has always stated their influences- Maiden, Metallica, Priest,Motorhead - Lets hear it for the old school. In fact, many of the guitar solos here recall the work of Murray & Smith from Iron Maiden's earliest albums (Killers!)
There is also a definite Hardcore Metal/Punk influence ala Suicidal Tendencies/The Exploited/Biohazard running through all this.
The only minor negative is that the snare drum doesn't sound as full as might be expected for a modern album & occasionally struggles in the mix -This doesnt take anything away from the furious drum work itself and is compensated by the raw guitar tone and razor sharp vocals. Bass guitar is high in the mix and punkish - Lemmy would definiteley approve!
Best tracks: When Words Collide, Resurrection Machine, The Noose.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy this album just for the song Lord Of Hate. 19 Jun 2008
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Death Angel are a very underrated thrash metal band, this is my first album off theirs i first heard 'em off metalhammer the song 5 Steps Of Freedom i got this cause i couldnt find any off their albums, they are an amazing band. The albums starts of brilliant with the killer song Lord Of hate which too be honest no one should and the moneyis worth it just for that riff. The other wicked tracks are Dethroned, Carnival Justice (what a solo), God V.S God & Ressurection Machine. This album is brilliant if you're a thrash metal fan than buy this you're bound to love it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great piece of Metal! 3 Mar 2009
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Death Angel's Killing Season is one of my favourite metal albums. Great guitar, and some very talented melodies going on. I reccomend this to any metal fans it is a brilliant album with no fillers, all the songs are excellent face melting belters....enjoy, I did!
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4.0 out of 5 stars heavy and varied thrash album 1 Sep 2013
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while not an all out thrash album, there are some fast songs on here along with some old school metal flurries.with less of a punk sound than art of dying. all round excellent album
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars My Thoughts on Killing Season 27 Feb 2008
By J. Carter - Published on
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Death Angel is back after a four-year hiatus to kick the living snot out of bands three-quarters their age. Sounding incredibly revitalized, inspired and fresh, these guys deliver their tightly wound brand of "thrash-n-roll" on 11 blistering tracks, every one of which has some aspect to recommend it, whether it be the incredible guitar work (DA remains one of the few bands whose solos will bring a smile to your face), impassioned vocals, or punishing drums. Death Angel have always brought an aspect of "having fun", for lack of a better turn of phrase, to their work (to a lesser extent than a band like Wrathchild America did, but among those lines - remember their Kiss cover?), and it clearly shines in some unexpected moments here. The production is excellent and features a pummeling, bottom-heavy sound (someone at the knobs appreciated the bass player, so we can thankfully hear it) that rumbles through the speakers, or, as I prefer, directly into the ear cavity and into the old brainpan via a good set of headphones. I must confess that my expectations weren't high, and I purchased this because I'm duty-bound to Bay Area thrash, which I've supported since the mid-80s, but this flat out rocks, no question. Don't take the previous statement as a qualifier. This is an excellent album from a proven band. A must-have purchase for fans of Death Angel, thrash and metal, and a safe purchase for people who appreciate things on the heavier spectrum of great music in general.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Much Improved Death Angel Attack!! 26 Feb 2008
By MetalMarc - Published on
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This is definitely some of the best Bay Area Thrash I have heard come out in quite some time! Like so many bands these days DA have made a comeback now that Metal is coming back (Thank God!) and nu metal and alternative grunge is dying off (Thank God again!).

DA first resurfaced in 2004 with 'The Art of Dying'. While that album was decent, overall it lacked a lot from their past works and I was a bit disappointed personally. With their new effort (Killing Season) however, DA has produced a killer album that not only equals there past works it may even well surpass anything they have ever done!

First off the songwriting is so much better (very catchy) in comparison to (TAOD). This album is definitely heavier but is also more melodic as well. Songs like 'Lord of Hate', 'Dethroned', 'Buried Alive', 'Soulless', 'God vs. God', and epic closer 'Resurrection Machine' just breathe with insperation and energy of classic bay area thrash! It is pretty old school but has enough modern touches and updated production qualities to avoid sounding dated in any way.

I highly recommended 'Killing Season' for all fans of the more melodic styled thrash metal. If you were a bit disappointed by there last effort you can easily put your fears to rest as DA delivers in a big way with this album!

With a Megadeth revival last year and a new album from Testament coming out in a few months, 2008 might well bring Bay Area Thrash back to the forefront once again. If the new Metallica is good the scene would explode! Sadly I am not expecting much from Metallica but I hope I'm wrong.....
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Red Hot performance by a killer band recorded masterfully 10 Mar 2008
By Worgelm - Published on
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When you're lucky enough to a) have a respectable career doing stuff you were playing in mom's basement 20 years ago, b) have a relatively hot modern rock producer (Rush/Foo Fighters producer Nick Raskulinecz) who is a fan of your band, and c) you can still play ferociously, you've got to take stock and take thanks to the muse. For anyone who hasn't checked in since the respectable 2004 opus _Art of Dying_, here's what you should expect: everything is better. As if you didn't expect quality - these guys - through other incarnations such as The Organization and Swarm, have always remained true to the basic mission, even if they've made slight tweaks to the presentation. Its hard to imagine any fan of true metal not giving respect to tight little twisters like the screaming "Carnival Justice," with its blues-funk breakdown twisting to an improbably good Cavestany solo, or the electronically-tweaked monster "God vs. God," which crashes down all old-school anthemic into an absolutely ripping percussion/psychadelic guitar breakdown that sounds like Incubus in a good way, winding its way briefly through the middle east before stopping to kick into the best thrash shout breakdown you've ever heard. The songwriting vs the last album is more confident, experienced, diverse and multidimensional. Musical surprises abound, like the steady, slinky mid-paced drive of "Soulless," or the masterfully woven acoustic Floydian overtones on epic closer "Resurrection Machine." Credit Raskulinecz for once again knowing just how to wring the best performances out of his band, challenging them without being domineering or unhelpful. (If you think a good producer is just a mindless knob twister, try watching Raskulinecz riling up old stick-in-the-mud fuddies like Rush, on the Rush special edition of _Snakes and Ladders_). Oh and by the way, its officially time to stop harping on Oseguda, because he absolutely rips. No longer an undisciplined shrieker, he has a command over his voice that is integral to this band's sound. Not only is there a single bad track on this album, i'll be darned if this album isn't every bit as good, maybe even better, than anything in their catalog. Seriously. It shreds that hard.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Frickin' Great - 4.5 stars... 27 Feb 2008
By RuFu - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Wow...Truth be told, I had low hopes for this release. I think I gave The Art of Dying an overrated review. This album is more of what you might of expected or wanted instead of The Art of Dying. The album as a whole and the songs individually are WAY better. There's some great musicianship, catchy riffs, tasteful solos, vocals, surprising twists, you name it. If you like Act III, you will definitely like this one! Come on, buy the album so they can go out on tour...the packaging is pretty nice. It has a cardboard sleeve over the jewel case, nice intricate artwork. The inside booklet folds out to a mini poster of the album artwork. cool. old skool. You know the new Metallica is going to stink, so buy this and feel better NOW.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Killer Album 31 Mar 2008
By Ronald J. Schwipps - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Another great album from Death Angel. They are truly back. Act III is one of my all time favorite albums. Not sure yet if this one is as complete of an album as Act III, but it is definelty growing on me.
This album is far better than The Art of Dying and has some tracks that are classic Death Angel. Dethroned is one of my favorite tracks.
A must have for any Death Angel or thrash metal fan.
Great album.
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