DEATH ANGEL: Box Set Featuring Early Recordings To Surface In February

According to a posting at I Ate Your Microphone, a three-CD/DVD box set featuring newly remastered versions of DEATH ANGEL's "The Ultra-Violence" (1987) and "Frolic Through The Park" (1988) outings is being readied for release by Restless Records under the moniker "Archives & Artifacts" on February 1, 2005. The discs will feature additional bonus tracks not found on the original albums, while a third CD within the set will compile a wealth of previously unreleased live and demo cuts. Meanwhile, the DVD portion of the collection is expected to feature all of the band's promotional videos to date, along with various pieces of rehearsal and behind the scenes footage. You can find artwork for the package here.


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