Reunited San Francisco Bay Area metallers DEATH ANGEL have set "The Art of Dying" as the title of their much-anticipated comeback album, due on April 27 through Nuclear Blast Records.
The group's first CD since 1990's "Act III" was recorded at SF Soundworks studios in San Francisco, California with producer Brian Joseph Dobbs (VOIVOD, MANMADEGOD) and features the following track listing:
01. Thrown to the Wolves
02. 5 Steps of Freedom
03. Thicker than Blood
04. The Devil Incarnate
10. Land of Blood
11. Never Me
12. Word to the Wise
Check out the "The Art of Dying" cover artwork here.
Commented guitarist Rob Cavestany: "You have no idea how excited we are to get this music out into the world and play the songs live on tour this year!"
Upcoming DEATH ANGEL shows:
Jun. 24 – Balingen, GER @ WOM (pre-Bang Your Head)
Jun. 25 - Dessel, BEL @ Graspop Metal Meeting
Jun. 26 - Balingen, GER @ Bang Your Head
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