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Act III (Death Angel album)

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Act III
DeathAngel Act III.jpg
Studio album by Death Angel
Released April 10, 1990
Recorded September–October, 1989
Studio Dodge City Sound, Burbank, California
Genre Thrash metal, heavy metal
Length 44:54
Label Geffen
Producer Max Norman, Tom Zutaut
Death Angel chronology
Fall from Grace
(1990)
Act III
(1990)
The Art of Dying
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4.5/5 stars[1]
Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal9/10[2]

Act III is the third studio album by the thrash metal band Death Angel, released in 1990 on Geffen Records. Regarded by many critics and fans as the band's finest effort, the album was produced by famed metal producer Max Norman (Ozzy Osbourne, Megadeth, Savatage, Fates Warning and Loudness), and marked the first (and only) major label release by Death Angel. The album spawned the singles "Seemingly Endless Time" and "A Room with a View", with both songs receiving music videos and airplay on MTV's Headbangers Ball. Songs like "Discontinued" incorporate elements of funk.

On tour in support of Act III in 1991, the band suffered a serious tour bus crash in which drummer Andy Galeon was critically injured. During his yearlong recovery, singer Mark Osegueda left the band, effectively ending Death Angel. In 2001, the band reunited for Testament singer Chuck Billy's Thrash of the Titans benefit concert (minus Gus Pepa) and went on to release more albums.

Track listing

No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."Seemingly Endless Time"Rob CavestanyCavestany3:49
2."Stop"Cavestany, Mark OseguedaCavestany5:10
3."Veil of Deception"CavestanyCavestany2:35
4."The Organization"Andy GaleonGaleon, Cavestany4:16
5."Discontinued"GaleonCavestany, Galeon, Gus Pepa, Dennis Pepa5:50
6."A Room with a View"CavestanyCavestany4:42
7."Stagnant"CavestanyGaleon, Cavestany5:33
8."EX-TC"OseguedaCavestany3:06
9."Disturbing the Peace"CavestanyCavestany3:53
10."Falling Asleep"CavestanyCavestany5:54

Personnel

Death Angel
  • Mark Osegueda – vocals
  • Rob Cavestany – guitars, backing vocals, mixing
  • Gus Pepa – guitars
  • Dennis Pepa – bass, backing vocals on track 6
  • Andy Galeon – drums, backing vocals, mixing
Production
  • Max Norman – producer, engineer, mixing in November, 1989 at Skip Saylor Recording, Los Angeles, California
  • Stoli Jaeger – engineer
  • Chris "Holmes" Puram – second engineer
  • George Marino – mastering at Sterling Sound, New York City
  • Tom Zutaut – executive producer

References

  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Death Angel - Act III review". AllMusic. All Media Network. Retrieved 2018-05-24.
  2. ^ Popoff, Martin (August 1, 2007). The Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal: Volume 3: The Nineties. Burlington, Ontario, Canada: Collector's Guide Publishing. p. 106. ISBN 978-1-894959-62-9.
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