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The Evolution of Chaos
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Category: Technical Speed/Thrash Metal
Label: Mascot Records
Catalog Number: M 7257 2
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David White vocals|
Lee Altus guitars
Kragen Lum guitars, backing vocals
Jon Torres bass, backing vocals
Darren Minter drums, backing vocals
|1. ||Intro ||1:21|
|2. ||Dying Season ||5:41|
|3. ||Control by Chaos ||7:09|
|4. ||No Stone Unturned ||11:10|
|5. ||Arrows of Agony ||6:40|
|6. ||Fade Away ||5:45|
|7. ||A Hero's Welcome ||6:52|
|8. ||Undone ||6:42|
|9. ||Bloodkult ||4:31|
|10. ||Red Tears of Disgrace ||5:52|
|11. ||Silent Nothingness ||6:51|
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|Total Running Time:|| 68:34|
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|From: Metal T
||Date: October 10, 2013 at 16:20|
|Great comeback release from these guys! Heathen always get slagged as a second-tier/second-wave bay area thrash act,yet they've been around in some form since like '84 and there is nothing mediocre or second-tier about this band.David is in strong voice throughout yet has adopted a more noticeable attitude-driven,low to midrange approach with his vox as opposed to the higher/sometimes pseudo-operatic vox from the late 80's early 90's Heathen records.The guitarwork on here is exceptional.'Dying Season' is easily one of the best thrash tunes from the last 20 years.Glad to see these guys back in the fold.
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