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Seventh Angel

Lament for the Weary

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Category: CCM Thrash

Year: 1991

Label: Edge Music (Pure Metal)

Catalog Number: SSD 8231

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Seventh Angel Lament for the Weary Album Cover

Personnel
Ian Arkley lead and rhythm guitars, vocals
Scott A. Rawson rhythm guitar
Tank drums
Tracks
1.  Recollections of a Life Once Lived  2:53
2.  Life In All It's Emptiness  5:13
3.  No Longer a Child  5:55
4.  Full of Blackness  6:02
5.  Lament for the Weary  2:19
6.  Woken By Silence  6:18
7.  Falling Away From Reality  4:54
8.  Dark Shadows  5:33
9.  Passing of Years  4:14
10.  Secure in Eternity  6:06
11.  Farewell to Human Cries  6:10
  
Total Running Time:  55:37

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Joe Wagner Date: August 22, 2001 at 18:59
A friend of mine made a tape of this for me about 8 years ago and although I'm not big on christian metal, I figured I'd give it a listen and it turns out I loved it. In my opinion these guys are better than a lot of secular bands I've listened to.

From: Rice Date: February 5, 2003 at 2:19
This guys are cool, just having fun listening to their music!!!!

From: Scott Date: February 5, 2003 at 15:04
SA took it to the next level on this, their second CD. This is a thrash masterpiece! One thing that really helped excel this album was that they slowed down a bit from their debut and allowed the riffs to be heard. Of course that doesn't mean its all slow. There are peaks and valleys throughout, creating one of the finest thrash albums of the 1990's. Of course most people wouldn't know that as this band was plagued with poor distribution/promotion. Awesome cover painting is by Rodney Matthews.

From: drewman202 Date: April 14, 2003 at 18:15
Good stuff, but not as good as The Torment. Gets a little repetitive at times and a little too doomy at others. Barring that, still a great thrash album. Try to find it at a decent price though. I've not seen it anywhere except Ebay for less than $30 (ouch!).

From: sibh Date: November 13, 2003 at 9:23
Brill!!

From: Metalhead66 Date: February 11, 2005 at 15:21
Man I had this on Cassette and I let a Friend borrow it,and never got it back.That was in 92,but I remember This being OTT COOL, Maybe its me but it's been a long time. I really like full of blackness thats the only one I recall.


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