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Deadly Avenger

Deadly Avenger’s new album, “Blossoms & Blood”, is set for release in early 2008 and is a worthy follow up to the cult classic “Deep Red”. Featuring huge influences from cinema’s finest soundtracks and electro breaks as well as some stunning string arrangements, it is destined to satisfy fans both new and old.

Damon Baxter started out releasing records through J Saul Kane’s Depth Charge label before setting up the Illicit record label, releasing a string of raw, sample and beat heavy tracks in the mid 1990s. His first album, “Deep Red” took some time to release ...read more

Deadly Avenger’s new album, “Blossoms & Blood”, is set for release in early 2008 and is a worthy follow up to the cult classic “Deep Red”. Featuring huge influences from cinema’s finest soundtracks and electro breaks as well as some stunning string arrangements, it is destined to satisfy fans both new and old.

Damon Baxter started out releasing records through J Saul Kane’s Depth Charge label before setting up the Illicit record label, releasing a string of raw, sample and beat heavy tracks in the mid 1990s. His first album, “Deep Red” took some time to release due to the copyright issues with stand-out track “We Took Pelham” which relies heavily upon “Going The Distance” from the Rocky Soundtrack (eventually re-recorded by Baxter with an Eastern European orchestra). The Album contains many more crafted electronic tracks, extending the very “Depth Charge” - influenced sound of earlier releases. « hide

Similar Bands: DJ LBR, Little People, Jadell, Dirty Elegance, Sinewave

LPs
Blossoms And Blood
2008

3.8
3 Votes
Deep Red
2003

3.5
1 Votes
EPs
We Took Pelham
2002

King Tito's Gloves
1999

Illicit
1998

Where Fools Lay Dead
1997

Coney Island Baby
1996

Compilations
FabricLive.04
2002

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