Saturday, 11 July 2015

DEATH ANGEL | Band release live track 'Execution / Don’t Save Me' online


San Francisco Bay Area thrash veterans DEATH ANGEL have released a live rendition of the song 'Execution / Don’t Save Me'. 
Listen over on YouTube: https://youtu.be/GqwxXMNzSv8 

The track comes from their upcoming The Bay Calls for Blood - Live in San Francisco album, which will also be included with the release of their a thrashumentary DVD.

The a thrashumentary DVD release was directed, shot and edited by Tommy Jones (KATAKLYSM, SOILWORK, LAMB OF GOD, CARCASS, TESTAMENT) of Videohammer Studios will be released July 24thvia Nuclear Blast Records. The release will include a bonus full live album entitled The Bay Calls for Blood - Live in San Francisco. 

The Bay Calls for Blood - Live in San Francisco will also be sold as a vinyl LP exclusively through Nuclear Blast mail-order and will be made available in the digital format as well. Artwork for the LP version was created by Joey James Hernandez.

Not every band can rise up to be musical legends, but every once in a while a group is able to exceed all expectations and define the boundaries of a genre. Seven albums into their career and DEATH ANGEL has never been stronger or more vital to the scene. Among one of the youngest bands ever to storm the metal world, DEATH ANGEL have come to be known as one of the most influential bands to emerge from the 80s Bay Area Thrash Metal scene. DEATH ANGEL weren’t just a band, they were family! Originally formed in 1982 by five cousins, including surviving members guitarists Rob Cavestany and vocalist Mark Osegueda, a thrashumentary tells the story of the bands incredible musical journey and of a dream that called for blood.

PRE-ORDER 'a thrashumentary':
PRE-ORDER 'THE BAY CALLS FOR BLOOD - LIVE IN SAN FRANCISCO':
Order the album on Limited Edition Clear Vinyl exclusively form the Nuclear Blast UK store - http://bit.ly/TBCFBVinyl

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