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Customer Reviews


I hate to say it, but this one looks like it's going to go under the radar, while everyone's busy fawning over "The Dream Calls for Blood." This album, however, blows the new Death Angel out of the water.

Revitalized with a new, very talented vocalist, every song has a load of infectiously catchy vocal hooks and epic choruses that will absolutely blow your mind. The riffs and solos are also impressive, but that's Artillery for you - they've never released one bad album.

Don't overlook this one, because this is legitimately the best this year has to offer. Move over, Death Angel.

Choice cuts:

Chill My Bones (Burn My Flesh)
God Feather
Enslaved to the Nether
Doctor Evil

Oh, and thanks, iTunes, for finally bothering to put an Artillery album on here.


New band with an old sound? I'll take it.

I had no idea!?!?!?!?

I thought My Blood was it. Last offering. This is sounding good one song in. Sounds similar to their last several efforts. Is it anything groundbreaking? Certainly not. But, why does it need to be? The songs are full of melody, great vocals and thrash, from a band that doesn't get near the credit they deserve. Or maybe exposure. I didn't find out about them until 2000. I was late to the party. COme on in, the music is goooooooooooooooooooooooood!


Genre: Metal

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Denmark's Artillery were one of the many quality European thrash metal bands that never seemed to catch a break. Formed in 1982 in the Copenhagen suburb of Taastrup by brothers Michael (guitar) and Morten Stytzer (bass), Artillery recorded demos that quickly became a hot commodity on the heavy metal tape-trading circuit. Then a booming worldwide network, this important underground community was also responsible for launching the careers of eventual giants like Metallica and Anthrax, who may have...
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Legions, Artillery
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Nov 22, 2013

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