Release date: January 1st, 1990. To date, this album is now out of print along with a few of the oldest Death Angel releases. Due to label changes, the album was released without input from the band because they had left their original label Enigma Records and signed to Geffen in 1989, hence the lack of the band's trademark logo on the artwork. Added by: (Unknown user). Modified by: Diamhea.
Fall from Grace is a live album by the band Death Angel, released in 1990. Due to label changes, the album was released without input from the band and new label Geffen Records, hence the lack of the band's trademark logo on the artwork. Evil Priest" (Cavestany, Osegueda) – 5:46. Why You Do This" (Cavestany, Osegueda) – 6:05. Mistress of Pain" (Cavestany) – 4:26. Road Mutants" (Cavestany, Pepa) – 4:01. Voracious Souls" (Cavestany, Osegueda) – 6:28.
Death Angel Format: Audio Cassette. Audio CD, January 22, 2016. This is one for Death Angel fans only. This live album from Amsterdam in 1988 is poorly produced, but very raw. The songs are good, but it pales in comparison to the studio albums (Ultra-Violence & Frolic Through The Park). The version of "Confused" is quite good but other than that, the songs seem rushed and sloppy.
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Death Angel (2) was formed in 1982 by cousins, guitarists Rob Cavestany and Gus Pepa, bassist Dennis Pepa and drummer Andy Galeon. Mark Osegueda, who is second cousin to the founding members and was their roadie, joined as the vocalist in 1984. Death Angel were a mainstay of the Bay Area thrash movement in the early 80s and recorded their demo, Kill As One, produced by Metallica's Kirk Hammett. Their debut album, The Ultra-Violence, was released in 1987. In turn, Enigma released an unauthorized Death Angel live album, Fall From Grace, without their knowledge. Their third studio album, Act III was released in 1990. The album features the singles "Seemingly Endless Time" and "A Room with a View", and received heavy rotation on MTV's Headbanger's Ball.
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