Shadow Of The Dawn - Living Death - Metal Revolution (CD, Album)

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  1. Metal Revolution Living Death. Type: Full-length Release date: October Catalog ID: ES Label: Earthshaker Records Format: 12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM) Reviews: 4 reviews (avg. 81%) "Shadow of the Dawn" is listed as "Shadow of a Dream" on the re-releases. Reissued in .
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Metal Revolution - Living Death on AllMusic -
  3. Not only were we treated with a Speed Revolution courtesy of and Vectom, but also a Metal Revolution thanks to Living Death. Thankfully, this is the superior revolution, and a step up for the German band as they matured into a more aggressive sound, still ripe with the speed and traditional metal of their roots, but harder hitting as thrash truly entered their borders.
  4. Living Death was a German thrash metal band from Velbert. They started as a power metal band with extreme vocals. Each album grew in speed and intensity until what many call their ultimate thrash album, Protected From Reality. After the release of Worlds Neuroses in .
  5. Lyrics to "Shadow Of The Dawn" by LIVING DEATH: Go on, go on and break, go on and break the law / You see, see only a Shadow, I've got to kill them all / Shadow, Shadow of Dawn, Shadow of Dawn gone through / Shadow, Shadow of Dawn, Shadow of Dawn get you / You are, you are kill, you are kill for me / You feel, you f.
  6. Metal Revolution, an Album by Living Death. Released in October on Earthshaker (catalog no. ES ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Speed Metal, Thrash Metal. Featured peformers: Thorsten Bergmann (vocals), Reiner Kelch (guitar), Frank Fricke (guitar), Dieter Kelch (bass), Andreas Oberhoff (drums), Axel Thubeauville (producer), Ralf Hubert (engineer).
  7. Label: High Roller Records - HRR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered White/Black Splatter • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal Living Death - Metal Revolution (, White/Black Splatter, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(7).
  8. Living Death Vengeance From Hell was an inauspicious start for the thrash band band known as Living Death, as the songwriting too closely resembled a cheap early Metallica clone, and Thorsten Bergmann's vocals were underdeveloped and at times somewhat annoying. Eventually the band picked up steam and started producing some good albums, the best being the Mekong Delta-like Protected From.

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