DEATH ANGEL: 'Thicker Than Blood' Video Posted Online

April 27, 2004

DEATH ANGEL's video for the track "Thicker Than Blood" has been posted online at this location (Real Media).

"Thicker Than Blood" comes off DEATH ANGEL's much-anticipated comeback album, "The Art of Dying", due in the U.S. on May 4 through Nuclear Blast Records.

The group's first CD since 1990's "Act III", "The Art of Dying" (view cover here) was recorded at SF Soundworks studios in San Francisco, California with producer Brian Joseph Dobbs (VOIVOD, MANMADEGOD).

In a recent interview with Belgium's, DEATH ANGEL guitarist/vocalist Rob Cavestany revealed plans for the group to release a full-length DVD as well as a box set of reissued early albums, including unreleased cuts that had never before seen the light of day.

"We have plans for the future to release some kind of full-length DVD that will show the entire history and story of the band," Rob said. "Which will be a definitely interesting DVD and story, because as you know the history of this band is very complicated and mixed, a very interesting rock 'n' roll story for sure! But, right now we just don't have the time to take on such a project. We're gonna just focus on our new album for now, and hopefully somewhere along the way when we have the time and energy, well focus on this DVD...sooner than 14 years from now! But there will be some DVD material of the band available this year. They're going to release...with the first 1,000 mail order copies of 'The Art Of Dying' that will be bought from Nuclear Blast will include a DVD of a full headlining set that DEATH ANGEL played in November. Switzerland is where the thing was filmed, and it's the full concert that we did there. And I think they're going to include some songs from a concert in Munich, Germany. And that's gonna be a free DVD included with 'The Art Of Dying' when you buy it through Nuclear Blast mail order. There will also be DVD footage that will be included in a box that we're going to release by the end of the year. We're going to re-release 'The Ultra Violence' with bonus tracks, that is gonna be the 'Kill As One' demo that [METALLICA guitarist] Kirk Hammett produced. A lot of people out there do not have that demo, and this could be an interesting collectors piece for them! And 'Frolic Through The Park' will be re-released with 3 unreleased DEATH ANGEL songs from that era of time. And then there's gonna be a full-length CD that will have 11 songs of unreleased DEATH ANGEL songs from the old-school days. And all 3 of these CDs will be in a box set which will have the DVD with the videos from the times of those 2 albums, as well as some extra footage from the band back in the days, you know, fuckin' around and stuff like that! So, that will be very, very nice!"

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