1990 Danish Thrash Metal Classic On Blue With Red Splatter Vinyl LP!
First Time On Vinyl In The U.S.!
Danish thrash metal? Hell, yes! In fact, Artillery was one of the pioneers in the genre. And this 1990 album, their third and last before an eight-year hiatus, is considered a classic, inspired in part by a trip to Tashkent in what was then the U.S.S.R. (now Uzbekistan). Features the brothers Stützer, Michael and the late Morten, on guitars, with Flemming Rønsdorf on vocals, Peter Thorslund on bass, and Carsten Nielsen on drums. Don't miss their cover of Nazareth's "Razamanaz"! U.S. vinyl debut featuring jacket and inner sleeve with lyrics. Blue with red splatter vinyl pressing.
...Artillery's third album frequently sounds like their finest hour, as much for boasting some of the most distinctive and imaginative songs of their career as for incorporating textural variety at a time when many of the Danish quintet's contemporaries were wallowing in stagnation.
- Blue with Red Splatter Vinyl
- First Time on Vinyl in the U.S.
- Inner Sleeve with Lyrics
- 7:00 From Tashkent
- Beneath The Clay (R.I.P.)
- By Inheritance
- Don't Believe
- Life In Bondage
- Equal At First
- Back In The Trash