Annihilator detail new album
2013-06-15 by Voivod STAFF | 15 Comments

Canadian metal legends Annihilator will release their 14th album on August 23 (Europe)/August 26 (North America) through UDR Music.

The album is titled Feast, the artwork can be seen in the first source link below, while its track list is as follows:

1. Deadlock
2. No Way Out
3. Smear Campaign
4. No Surrender
5. Wrapped
6. Perfect Angel Eyes
7. Demon Code
8. Fight The World
9. One Falls, Two Rise


The deluxe eco book edition of the album will also include a second CD, titled Re-Kill, containing re-recorded (in 2012) versions of Annihilator classics. The track list of Re-Kill is as follows:

1. Fun Palace
2. Alison Hell
3. King Of The Kill
4. Never, Neverland
5. Set The World On Fire
6. Welcome To Your Death W.T.Y.D.
7. Nozone
8. Bloodbath
9. 21
10. Stonewall
11. Ultra Motion
12. Time Bomb
13. Refresh The Demon
14. Word Salad
15. Brain Dance





Source:
http://www.metalhammer.gr/magazine/news/4401-annihilator-feast.html
http://planetmosh.com/annihilator-to-release-their-14th-studio-cd-feast-on-26th-august/

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sputnik1
June 15th 2013

163 Comments


Excellent band, welcome to the Fun Palace!

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Titan
June 15th 2013

4855 Comments


cover art if fucking awesome

Madbutcher3
June 15th 2013

1102 Comments


Hope it's better than their last 2 mediocrities. Art is cool though.

tempest--
June 15th 2013

13207 Comments


Sweet, only 9 tracks. Hopefully that means the album will come and blow your face off then leave before you've even realised what's happened.
Not that the music will be anything spectacular, though, band hasn't been that good since the early '90s.

Will be cool to hear those re-recorded tracks, wonder how they'll change them up.

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linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
June 15th 2013

1864 Comments


Good news indeed. I think Annihilator are a little underrated these days...

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JS19
June 15th 2013

4219 Comments


What a cover

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JS19
June 15th 2013

4219 Comments


What a cover

KILL
June 15th 2013

71482 Comments


shit cover will be a shit album dave padden is the worst ever

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JS19
June 15th 2013

4219 Comments


EVER

bloc
June 15th 2013

34774 Comments


Damn that cover is nasty. Last album wasn't too bad, this should be similar.

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TheNotrap
June 15th 2013

8042 Comments


cover rules.


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Jesuslaves
June 15th 2013

4655 Comments


S/T was pretty good and metal's grown on me lately so i'll give this a try

KILL
June 15th 2013

71482 Comments


metal's grown on me lately

gjforthygj6y4

Jesuslaves
June 15th 2013

4655 Comments


u mad bro

ThatDude
June 16th 2013

15 Comments


Leaked song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZklVbqyrzoY

Pretty good imo.



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