ANGER AS ART: 'Callous And Furor' To Receive Halloween Release

Los Angeles-based thrash metal band ANGER AS ART will release its second album, "Callous and Furor", on October 31 via Old School Metal Records. Originally scheduled for release in September, the album now hits the streets with extensive packaging and a few surprises on the disc. Order information can be found at For those who cannot wait, "Callous and Furor" is already available at iTunes.

"Callous and Furor" track listing:

01. Catharsis
02. Anger Is Rising
03. Bane of My Existence
04. Gnashing of Teeth
05. No Seed of Mine
06. Callous and Furor
07. Watch Me Suffer (Watch Me Die)
08. Race for the War
09. Invaders from Within
10. All That Is Mine to Avenge
11. Self Destructing Man
12. HypoChrist
13. Still I Hate

Download the song "Race for the War" at this location.


ANGER AS ART will play a record-release thrash metal Halloween party on Saturday, October 28 at Zen Sushi in Los Angeles. More show information is available at


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