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Death Angel
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Death Angel
Title: Act III
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Geffen Gold Line Sp.
Release Date: 3/19/1996
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Style: Thrash & Speed Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 720642428023, 020642428048, 075992428019, 075992428026, 720642428047

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Hugely Underrated Album!!!
savant421 | glendale, az United States | 06/20/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If anyone listened to "Frolic" & then "Act III", the listener would know what a quantum leap Death Angel made between these records. "Seemingly Endless Time" is a thrash masterpiece as well as the "A Room With A View" showing the advanced musicianship of these guys. Too bad this band isn't around today. They could show us what real music was all about. If anyone picks up this record and enjoys it, I highly recommend getting Death Angel's follow up to this album when they changed the band name to "The Organization" (CD Title same)"
For what amazon is selling, forget your inhibitions and BUY!
Worgelm | United States | 07/14/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"4 1/2 stars. Death Angel should get together with King's X and headline the "cult metal bands that don't deserve to scrape the budget bins of your record store tour." I remember not liking this album as much as _Frolic Through The Park_ but revisiting it with a older, wiser and more open pair of ears I had to wonder what the hell my reservations were. Although its more refined than either of the other two DA albums, it boasts immaculate production, excellent and interesting songwriting and composing, mind-blowing musicianship. "Veil of Deception" and "A Room With a View" show a calmer, more textured side of what was essentially a really heavy thrash band. "Falling Asleep" is a great closer, and the mind-blowing hybrid funk-thrash of "Discontinued" is an insane example of an over-talented band just going balls out and laying the smack down. * If you liked this album, BTW, you should hunt down both of the albums by "The Organization S.F." which are still in print on Metal Blade records. Same lineup here without the venerable Mark Oseguda, and sporting a more refined, melodic and funky attack than DA."
Top of my chart!
Aki ( | San Francisco, California, USA | 05/02/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is at the top of my chart next to "Master of Puppets" (Metallica), "Among the Living" (Anthrax), and "Rust in Peace" (Megadeth). What I like about this album (and Death Angel in general) is the diversity, energy, and virtuosity of the band! Mark's vocals, Rob and Gus' killer guitar work, Denis's (funky at times) base lines, and Andy Galeon awesome drumming blend very well on each of the songs creating a true master piece.If you are into rock, heavy metal, punk, and thrash, don't miss this album!-Akips. All Death Angel fans, get ready for "SWARM"! (Mark, Rob, Andy, and their new base player Mike). I saw them perform last week and they were awesome! I almost had a heart attack when I heard them play the intro to the "Ultra-Violence" and the songs "Seemingly Endlees Time," "Veil of Deception," and "Stagnant" live... Their new stuff is also great! Spread the word!!! SWARM!"