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Metal Church - Metal Church flac album

Performer: Metal Church
Title: Metal Church
Style: Heavy Metal,Speed/Thrash Metal
Duration: 41:40
Location: Steve Lawson Productions, Seattle, WA
Relesed: 1984
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 875
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Metal Church is an American heavy metal band. They originally formed in San Francisco, California in 1980 before relocating to Aberdeen, Washington the following year and briefly using the name Shrapnel. Their self titled debut album was released in 1984, and their latest, Damned If You Do, was released on December 7, 2018.

1989 - Blessing In Disguise. 1991 - The Human Factor. 1993 - Handing In The Balance. 2004 - Weight Of The World.

This Present Wasteland, Metal Church's ninth release, is a return to their roots and contains some of their strongest material to date. In 2013 the band released the highly successful "Generation Nothing. In 2014 founding guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof convinced Mike to rejoin Metal Church. Sometimes I still can’t believe it myself, no one would have ever thought Mike would return after his departure almost 2 decades ago says guitarist and founding member Kurdt Vanderhoof. At first I struggled with the decision to come back, but after hearing the riffs that Kurdt was writing, I just.

Blessing in Disguise. Hanging in the Balance.

Metal Church is an American heavy metal band. CommunitySee All. 145,297 people like this. 144,388 people follow this.

Metal Church is the self-titled debut album of the heavy metal band of the same name. The album was originally released independently by Ground Zero in 1984. Based on the success of the album, the band was signed to a recording contract by Elektra, who reissued it in 1985. The cover art depicts a cruciform Gibson Explorer hidden in shadows and smoke

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Beyond the Black Kurdt Vanderhoof / David Wayne / Craig Wells Metal Church 6:21
2 Metal Church Kurdt Vanderhoof / David Wayne / Craig Wells Metal Church 5:00
3 Merciless Onslaught Kurdt Vanderhoof Metal Church 2:55
4 Gods of Wrath Kurdt Vanderhoof / David Wayne / Craig Wells Metal Church 6:42
5 Hitman Kurdt Vanderhoof / Craig Wells Metal Church 4:31
6 In the Blood Kurdt Vanderhoof / David Wayne / Craig Wells Metal Church 3:30
7 (My Favorite) Nightmare Kurdt Vanderhoof / David Wayne / Craig Wells Metal Church 3:10
8 Battalions Kurdt Vanderhoof / Craig Wells Metal Church 4:54
9 Highway Star Ritchie Blackmore / Ian Gillan / Roger Glover / Jon Lord / Ian Paice Metal Church 4:37

Credits

Kirk Arrington - Drums, Percussion
Ritchie Blackmore - Composer
Terry Date - Engineer, Producer
Duke Erickson - Bass
Ian Gillan - Composer
Roger Glover - Composer
Jon Lord - Composer
William Mackay - Executive Producer
Metal Church - Primary Artist, Producer
Ian Paice - Composer
Saulius Pempe - Back Cover, Photography
Jack Skinner - Mastering
Kurdt Vanderhoof - Composer, Design, Guitar
David Wayne - Composer, Vocals
Craig Wells - Composer, Guitar
Reviews (1)
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In the 80’s, Heavy Metal music had become a mainstream sensation, and soon media and newspapers started to found articles, associations, and a business dedicated to the genre was born. In theory, it should have been only Rock’n Roll business, but due to the genre’s tendency to excess and to reach a worldwide fame as much as possible (and of most of the bands associated with it), the term became impossible to ignore, whether if one appreciated it or not. The decade saw many of these bands dedicated to do the genre being founded and even reaching worldwide success, even if merely sticking by most of its clichés and obvious subject, first of all the celebration of the term “metal” and its removal from being used only at Industrial circles. The subject of this review… well, their name says it all.Strangely, it turned out to be that, despite the foreseeable definition and concept regarding the musician involved with it, this band ended up being actually better than one could predict. Sure, they were Traditional Metal enthusiasts, but they were a first-class Traditional Metal band, one capable of writing actual songs (good or bad as they could be) and giving them many personality to give distinctiveness to their name. If most of the modern listeners think that this is a statement made only to support the band by a close associate, they can listen to their eponymous 1984 debut album. It’s fueled of songs that drip with excitement a kind of fury bands like Iron Maiden could only dream of. One part Thrash, one part Hard Rock and one part underdeveloped and unrecognizable Power Metal, the album features plenty of good (but not great) highlights. The first side, is dedicated to some of the band’s war horses: from the triumphant opener “Beyond the Black” to the concluding half-ballad, half-AC/DC rant “Gods of Wrath”, they don’t really fail anything, and hit the mark constantly with the guitars’ rude and somehow distant D# tuning and derivative chording. The second side doesn’t attempt to anything different and is inferior to the first (a misguided cover of Deep Purple’s “Highway Star” being the principal partner in crime), but it still rocks out.For Metal Church newcomers, this album can be quietly considered an adapt introduction. As an album, it’s solid and has a great production: as a statement, it functions. And although if the idea of the crucified guitar is a bit appalling (should it satirize the use of capos in favor of open tuning?), the album as a whole can be recommended to the average listener.Highlights: “Metal Church”, “Gods of Wrath”.

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