Scarica Gratis – Free Download: Artillery – The Face of Fear [iTunes Plus AAC M4A]

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Scarica Gratis - Free Download: Artillery - The Face of Fear [iTunes Plus AAC M4A]

01 The Face of Fear
02 Crossroads to Conspiracy
03 New Rage
04 Sworn Utopia
05 Through the Ages of Atrocity
06 Thirst for the Worst
07 Pain
08 Under Water
09 Preaching to the Converted
10 Mind of No Return (Rerecorded Version)
11 Doctor Evil (Rerecorded Version)

Released: Nov 16, 2018
℗ 2018 Metal Blade Records

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Scarica Gratis – Free Download the iTunes Plus AAC M4A album titled Artillery – The Face of Fear

Denmark’s Artillery were one of the many quality European thrash metal bands that never seemed to catch a break. Formed in 1982 in the Copenhagen suburb of Taastrup by brothers Michael (guitar) and Morten Stytzer (bass), Artillery recorded demos that quickly became a hot commodity on the heavy metal tape-trading circuit. Then a booming worldwide network, this important underground community was also responsible for launching the careers of eventual giants like Metallica and Anthrax, who may have otherwise been doomed to obscurity. In Artillery’s case, replacing original singer Carsten Lohmann with Flemming Ronsdorf proved to be the catalyst they needed, as the latter’s very distinctive vocals (alternately gruff and piercing à la compatriot King Diamond) helped them to stand out from the pack. Rounded out by guitarist Jorgen Sandau and drummer Carston Nielson, the band soon inked a deal with British metal label Neat, which issued an influential couple of albums in 1985’s Fear of Tomorrow and 1987’s Terror Squad. All the while, the group toured throughout Europe on many package metal bills, including a lengthy jaunt sponsored by the Danish government that took them to the far reaches of the Soviet Union. Understandably, Artillery went down a storm with the rock-starved Soviet kids, but authorities were less impressed, eventually sending them packing by way of one-way tickets on the Trans-Siberian Railroad.

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