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Death and Insanity

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A thrash band from the mid-'80s, they were on everybody's mind in their heyday. "Death & Insanity" became an anthem of sorts, and thus became their most popular effort.

Customer Reviews

Awesome music, cool trivia

This is an awesome band! BAck in the day there used to be a music store named Music Plus. They had a machine in the store that you could listen to different songs, pick the ones you liked, then turn them into a mix tape. I used to buy these tapes all the tme. One of my Favorites was the song Lethal Tendancies featured on this album. So flash forward a few years and I'm watching the movie Pacific Heights. There is a scene where Michael Keaton is in the garage working on something and he has music playing in the backround... It's the song Lethal Tendancies from this album. Just goes to show you that even film makers have GREAT TASTE!

yessss!!

So many memories

Yes!!!

Awesome!!!!!

Biography

Formed: 1984 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s

Formed in 1983, Hallows Eve was a thrash metal band hailing from Atlanta, GA, whose first brush with notoriety came via the inclusion of their song "Metal Merchants" in the Metal Massacre, Vol. 6 compilation two years later. Duly signed by the collection's parent label, Metal Blade, the group, comprised of vocalist Stacy Anderson, guitarists David Stuart and Steve "Skullator" Shoemaker, bassist Tommy Stewart, and drummer Ronny Appoldt, released their debut album, Tales of Terror, later the same year...
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Death and Insanity, Hallows Eve
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 1986

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