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Superb release! - must buy for any metal fan!

Death Angel were a well respected Thrash/Metal phenomenom in the 80's and early 90's. The majority of the band being under 18 on the release of their debut. That release 'The Ultra Vio-lence' and later 'ACT III' being some of the standout thrash releases of that era. A band not afraid to push boundaries infusing their songs with some of metals best and most original riffs, strong character and a refreshing fusion of styles. In 2010 Relentless Retribution is an exceptional release....perhaps their best! For the 1st time since 'ACT III' the production is able to bring to life the energy of the band with the ideal blend of rawness and bottom end punch. The songs provide welcomed variety and pace from thrash edged standouts, solos that are some of the genres finest to acoustic reflections that will linger long after last listen. 2010's best release from these bay area leaders - Enjoy!

A Little Underwhelmed.

Right, I'll start by saying, I've only been a Death Angel fan for about 6 months. I started with The Ultra-Violence, kind of digging it but thought it was a bit brainless ("Hey guys, let's just go really fast and stuff LOL!"). At this point I was only just starting to listen to Judas Priest, so of course I've aged over the course of the year musically and can see it was actually pretty technical now, kind of in the same way that Rattlehead was for Megadeth.

Relentless Ritribution (on the other end of the DA timeline), is almost LACKING in speed for me. I loved The Art Of Dying, and Act III... great albums... Death Of The Meek is probably the only track from this album that I would listen to now... maybe Absence Of Light occasionally. Sure this was a step of for Death Angel in some ways (showing they can perform a multitude of styles), but then again they've almost entirely turned their back on thrash... which I think is a big mistake for them, considering I think they could've made the "Big Four" the "Big Five" if Andy Galleon hadn't had his bus accident back in the early days.

Death Angel, I love you, but this wasn't your strongest release.

Note: Rating is **** on the Death Angel scale... which means it's ***** everywhere else :P


Formed: 1982 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

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

San Francisco's Death Angel were a product of the bustling Bay Area thrash metal scene of the 1980s. Combining serious guitar crunch and speed with a fair amount of technical expertise, they created complex thrash metal filled with time changes and tricky arrangements that, although generally loved by critics, usually failed to translate beyond a very specialized buying public. But Death Angel weren't just a band, they were family. Formed in the early '80s by cousins Mark Osegueda (vocals), Rob Cavestany...
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Relentless Retribution, Death Angel
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 03 September 2010

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