PRIMAL FEAR To Release 'Best Of Fear' Collection Featuring Four New Songs
September 7, 2017
German metallers PRIMAL FEAR will release a new collection, "Best Of Fear", on November 10. The set will include a cover of HEART's "If Looks Could Kill", which is available for streaming below.
"Best Of Fear", as the name implies, is a new "best-of" compilation. This double album culls together the best material from PRIMAL FEAR's last ten years of work — including the albums "New Religion", "16.6 (Before The Devil Knows You're Dead)", "Unbreakable", "Delivering The Black" and "Rulebreaker" — plus four brand new songs recorded specifically for this release.
This comprehensive overview of PRIMAL FEAR's body of work over the past ten years is aptly split into two records which showcases the magnificence (and constantly maturing) songwriting abilities of these heavy metal lifers. The first album encompasses the heavier and more straight-ahead material, while the second shows the more involved and epic side of the band’s songwriting.
"Best Of Fear" track listing:
01. Area 16 (new song) 02. Predator (new song) 03. If Looks Could Kill (new song) 04. Thrill Of Speed (new song) 05. The End Is Near 06. Strike 07. Sign Of Fear 08. In Metal We Trust 09. When Death Comes Knocking 10. Six Times Dead 11. Angels Of Mercy 12. Unbreakable 13. Riding The Eagle 14. Rulebreaker 15. King For A Day 16. Bad Guys Wear Black
01. Every Time It Rains (feat. Simone Simons) 02. We Walk Without Fear 03. Fighting The Darkness (long version) 04. Hands Of Time 05. One Night In December 06. The Sky Is Burning 07. Where Angels Die 08. Black Rain 09. Born With A Broken Heart (feat. Liv Kristine) (remix) 10. Born Again 11. The Man (That I Don't Know)
PRIMAL FEAR's latest live album/home video, titled "Angels Of Mercy - Live In Germany", was released this past June on Frontiers Music Srl.
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