CITIES Featuring TWISTED SISTER Drummer: 'Annihilation Absolute' Reissued On CD

Cult '80s New York metal act CITIES has had its classic 1986 album "Annihilation Absolute" — featuring TWISTED SISTER drummer A.J. Pero — released on CD outside Japan for the first time. Long deleted from print, the LP has been commanding high prices from collectors on eBay, making this a must-have re-release. U.S.-based metal reissue label Lost And Found Records, in partnership with Metal Blade Records, has now finally made this metal gem available on CD. This fully licensed release was remastered by legendary producer Bill Metoyer, whose resume includes work with such bands as SACRED REICH, SLAYER, and ARMORED SAINT.

The track listing is as follows:

01. Stop The Race
02. Fight For Your Life
03. Burn Forever
04. Not Alone
05. Cruel Sea
06. In The Still Of The Night
07. Innocent Victim
08. Shades Of Black
09. Deceiver

CITIES lineup:

Rog Angell - Vocals
Steeve Mironovich - Lead Guitar
Mayne Bass - Guitar
A.J. Pero - Drums

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