Death Angel

Among the youngest bands ever to storm the metal genre, Death Angel has come to be known as one of the most influential bands to emerge from the thriving Bay Area Thrash Metal Scene in the early 1980s, an era when one could catch Cliff Burton at the front of the stage at Ruthie's Inn banging his head to Death Angel's inventive style, and speedy, complex arrangements. In 1986, a Death Angel demo produced by Kirk Hammett titled "Kill As One" sparked the interest of Enigma Records. Read more on Last.fm
The Evil Divide
The Moth
Making Of
Cause for Alarm
Lost
Father of Lies
Hell to Pay
It Can’t Be This
Hatred United / United Hate
Breakaway
The Electric Cell
Let the Pieces Fall
Wasteland
The Dream Calls for Blood
The Making of "The Dream Calls for Blood"
Left for Dead
Son of the Morning
Fallen
The Dream Calls for Blood
Succubus
Execution - Don't Save Me
Caster of Shame
Detonate
Empty
Territorial Instinct - Bloodlust
Heaven and Hell
The Dream Calls for Blood
The Making of "The Dream Calls for Blood"
Left for Dead
Son of the Morning
Fallen
The Dream Calls for Blood
Succubus
Execution - Don't Save Me
Caster of Shame
Detonate
Empty
Territorial Instinct - Bloodlust
Heaven and Hell
Relentless Retribution
Relentless Revolution
This Hate
Death of the Meek
Truce
Opponents at Sides
Into the Arms of Righteous Anger
I Chose the Sky
River of Rapture
Volcanic
Absence of Light
Where They Lay
Killing Season
Sonic Beatdown
Dethroned
Carnival Justice
Buried Alive
Soulless
The Noose
When Worlds Collide
God vs. God
Steal the Crown
Resurrection Machine
Frolic Through the Park