New Death Angel Live Album

2021-10-21 by Fernando Alves STAFF | 4 Comments
Bay Area thrash legends Death Angel will be releasing a new live album titled The Bastard Tracks on November 26th via Nuclear Blast. It was recorded at The Great American Music Hall in their hometown of San Francisco on May 22nd, 2021, and streamed live soon after. The official live music video for 'Where They Lay' can be seen below.



The Bastard Tracks is a deep cuts collection of rarely and never performed songs from the band's catalog.

Commenting on the record, vocalist Mark Osegueda states: "When we performed and filmed the songs for 'The Bastard Tracks' it was such a crazy time and having missed being able to perform live for so long was taking its toll on me to a certain degree as I have been a live performer for the majority of my life..I must say...It was a pretty dark time. I know it was for so many of us...But! Music once again helped to pull us through it...It was a bit odd performing to no crowd...But! It felt great re-learning some deep tracks and getting on stage with the guys and unleashing this pent up aggression! And the response from everyone who tuned into it suggesting that we release it as an album was overwhelming! Well…Thanks to them here it is! I hope you enjoy it!"

CD tracklist:
1. Lord Of Hate (Live)
2. Where They Lay (Live)
3. Why You Do This (Live)
4. Fallen (Live)
5. Absence Of Light (Live)
6. The Organization (Live)
7. Execution / Don't Save Me (Live)
8. Succubus (Live)
9. It Can't Be This (Live)
10. Let The Pieces Fall (Live)
11. Faded Remains (Live)
12. Volcanic (Live)
13. Falling Off The Edge Of The World (Live)
14. Guilty Of Innocence (Live)
15. Alive And Screaming (Live)

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Sabrutin
October 22nd 2021
8120 Comments


Oh man after a decade of plastic thrash albums I can't get hyped for this band anymore sadly. Glad to see some variety in the tracklist though. Let's not talk about the artwork.

TheMightyMrM
October 22nd 2021
20 Comments


The artwork is fine? Death Angel has been one of the most consistent classic thrash bands of the last decade or so imo as well

Sabrutin
October 23rd 2021
8120 Comments


Consistent for sure but for me personally that's not saying much if it's corporate Nuclear Blast thrash. Unironically wish they'd bring back some funk.
The art looks kinda scenecore(?) to me lol

vermillionZ
October 23rd 2021
369 Comments


"Unironically wish they'd bring back some funk."
Absolutely, the early albums had such a unique fun sound. While I still like their modern stuff, it definitely is a lot more generic.



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