RAGE To Release 'The Soundchaser Archives' In May

RAGE To Release 'The Soundchaser Archives' In May

German power metallers RAGE will celebrate their 30th anniversary with the release of a unique collection of songs from their outstanding back catalogue.

Due on May 23 via Nuclear Blast, "The Soundchaser Archives" will contain 30 tracks spread out over two CDs, covering everything from previously unreleased material to alternate versions, demo recordings and incomplete ideas. Additionally the 2-CD set will contain a bonus DVD including the RAGE performance at last year's Masters Of Rock festival.

"The Soundchaser Archives" track listing:

CD1

01. Anybody Home?
02. Mystery Trip
03. In Union
04. Long Hard Road
05. Full Moon (international version)
06. Nevermore
07. French Bourrée
08. A Perfect Day
09. Enough Is Enough
10. Here Comes The Night
11. Spiritual Awakening
12. Lost In The Void
13. The Missing Link
14. Another Kind Of Madness
15. Down To The Bone

CD2

01. The Speed Of Sound
02. Darkness Turns To Light
03. Death Is Alive
04. Gentle Murders
05. From The Cradle To The Grave
06. Refuge
07. Fugue No. 5
08. Last Goodbye
09. Dirty Wings
10. The Pit And The Pendulum
11. Waterfalls
12. Heads Off
13. Assorted By Satan
14. Shame On You
15. Soundchaser

DVD - Live At Masters Of Rock Festival 2013

01. Cleansed by Fire
02. From the Cradle to the Grave
03. Scapegoat
04. The Devil's Bride
05. Empty Hollow
06. Lament
07. Suite Lingua Mortis:
- Prelude of Souls
- Innocent
- Depression
- No Regrets
08. Witches' Judge
09. Straight to Hell
+ Interviews & Bonus Videos

RAGE's 21st studio album, "21", was released in February 2012 via Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Twilight Hall Studio in Grefrath, Germany with Charlie Bauerfeind, who has previously worked with SAXON, BLIND GUARDIAN, HAMMERFALL and HELLOWEEN, among others.

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