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The Ultra-Violence

Death Angel

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
April 23rd, 1987
Catalog ID:
CDE-73253, 3253-2
Label:
Enigma
Format:
CD
Reviews:
16 reviews (avg. 89%)
1. Thrashers 07:12   Show lyrics
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2. Evil Priest 04:54   Show lyrics
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3. Voracious Souls 05:39   Show lyrics
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4. Kill as One 05:00   Show lyrics
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5. The Ultra-Violence 10:33   instrumental
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6. Mistress of Pain 04:04   Show lyrics
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7. Final Death 06:04   Show lyrics
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8. I.P.F.S. 01:56   instrumental
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Band members
Mark Osegueda Vocals
Rob Cavestany Guitars (lead), Vocals (additional)
Gus Pepa Guitars
Dennis Pepa Bass, Vocals (on "Thrashers")
Andy Galeon Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Rob Cavestany Mixing
Andy Galeon Mixing
Rob Feist Engineering (mixing)
John Kerns Engineering
Brian Rutter Engineering
John Kliner Engineering
Mark Leialoha Photography
Ashley Mitchell Logo
Davy Vain Producer
Warren Dennis Engineering
Dennis Hulett Engineering
Ron Goudie Mixing
Sam Haffner Cover Art
Mark Osegueda Vocals
Rob Cavestany Guitars (lead), Vocals (additional)
Gus Pepa Guitars
Dennis Pepa Bass, Vocals (on "Thrashers")
Andy Galeon Drums
Rob Cavestany Mixing
Andy Galeon Mixing
Rob Feist Engineering (mixing)
John Kerns Engineering
Brian Rutter Engineering
John Kliner Engineering
Mark Leialoha Photography
Ashley Mitchell Logo
Davy Vain Producer
Warren Dennis Engineering
Dennis Hulett Engineering
Ron Goudie Mixing
Sam Haffner Cover Art
Read A thrash masterpiece 90% McTague97 January 14th, 2015
Read Ready for a bit of the old... 90% Metal_Thrasher90 November 11th, 2013
Read The sonic equivalent of the... 91% hells_unicorn December 5th, 2012
Read In the night, in the circle... 93% autothrall February 20th, 2012
Read A Thrash Classic! 100% 666MazeOfTorment666 October 12th, 2010
Read A Dangerous Binge of Riffs 85% JamesIII January 29th, 2010
Read Tumors from the... 90% heavymetalbackwards July 13th, 2009
Read One Hell Of A Debut Album! 90% Wacke May 14th, 2008
Read Kill As Fucking One!! 92% Thrasher53 March 22nd, 2008
Read This is Insane 97% DawnoftheShred March 22nd, 2008
Read Enjoyable! 88% cyclone December 23rd, 2004
Read Killl....As....One! 86% CrystalMountain December 9th, 2004
Read Good Thrash, but not as... 77% Thorgrim666 September 5th, 2004
Read Weighing In On A Classic... 95% corviderrant May 19th, 2004
Read My ears! They're bleeding... 92% Pyrus July 17th, 2003
Read Riffs down yer fucking... 72% UltraBoris August 18th, 2002

Released by Restless Records in Canada.

A video was made for "Voracious Souls".

I.P.F.S. allegedly stands for Intense Puke Feeling Syndrome.

Two re-issues are circulating , one has the "Kill as One" demo as bonus, the other has the "Heavy Metal Insanity" demo as bonus. The latter is a bootleg.

Restless calatog nr 772548-2.

Re-released by Rykodisc in 2012. This 25th anniversary version is digitally remastered.

Recording information:

Recorded June 15-17, 1986 at The Banquet Sound Studios, Santa Rosa, California.
Mixed at George Tobin Studios.

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