Hallow's Eve Including Routine. Tales Of Terror (LP, Album). Combat, Metal Blade Records.
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Thrash Metal Hallows Eve. 乐队列表 Thrash Metal Hallows Eve Tales of Terror. Band Name Hallows Eve. Album Name Tales of Terror. 版公司 Metal Blade Records.
Tales of Terror (1985) by Hallows Eve. Labels: Xtreem Music. Genres: Thrash Metal Members: Stacy Anderson, Tommy Stewart, Dave Stuart, Skellator, Ronnie Appoldt, Tym Helton.
Tales of Terror also benefits from a good degree of variation in the songwriting, from the brief punk volatility of "There Are No Rules" or "Horror Show" to the more sharpened brutality of "Metal Merchants" or the aforementioned "Plunging to Megadeath". They'll imbue the muddy rhythm guitar tone with spikes of airy, eerie melodies for the opening of "The Mansion", or build a bluesy rocking selection of notes to "Outer Limits". On the other hand, Tales of Terror is an album which hasn't lost a lot of luster in the ensuing 26 years. It's as raw, punishing and fun now as it was back then, paving the roads of nostalgia with broken bones, and sure to appeal to fans who like other raw old speed/thrash efforts like Tankard's Zombie Attack, Exodus's Bonded by Blood or the old material from Possessed and Slayer, especially those into campy horror lyrics about aliens, hauntings and.
ARTIST: Hallows Eve ALBUM: Tales of Terror RELEASE DATE: 07/12/1985. 01. Plunging to Megadeath 02. Outer Limits 03. Horroshow 04. The Mansion 05. There Are No Rules 06. Valley of the Dolls (Intro) 07. Metal Merchants 08. Hallow’s Eve. Left Right. History of Terror 0. 6. Death & Insanity 0. 1. Tales of Terror 0. 2.
Hallows Eve Tales of Terror-1985. Hallows Eve Tales of Terror Full Album. Hallows Eve Tales of Terror Full Album 1985 Thrash Metal. Motörhead, Hallow's Eve, and Agnostic Front. What a concert that would've been! Uncle Frank.
Album · 1984 · 8 Songs. Though it wouldn’t find a wider audience until Metal Merchants was included on its Metal Massacre IV compilation, Georgia’s Hallows Eve had culled a strong following in the underground shortly after its 1983 formation. Plunging to Megadeth opens sounding less like the tune’s namesake and more like early Metallica’s penchant for importing fragments of punk in the rhythm section. But the band also had a knack for melody, especially in The Mansion, where a love for Iron Maiden’s Prowler can be heard poking out of the song’s framework.
|A1||Plunging To Megadeath|
|B1||There Are No Rules|
|B2||Valley Of The Dolls|
|B4||Hallow's Eve - Including Routine|
NotesOriginal issue with white tape, later issued with clear tape
|MX 8027, MBR 1042||Hallow's Eve*||Tales Of Terror (LP, Album)||Combat, Metal Blade Records||MX 8027, MBR 1042||US||1985|
|BRC 1948||Hallows Eve||Tales Of Terror (LP, Album)||Banzai Records||BRC 1948||Canada||1985|
|MBR 1042, MX 8027||Hallow's Eve*||Tales Of Terror (LP, Album)||Metal Blade Records, Combat||MBR 1042, MX 8027||US||1985|
|7 72426-4||Hallow's Eve*||Tales Of Terror (Cass, Album, RE)||Metal Blade Records||7 72426-4||US||1990|
|RO 9772 2||Hallow's Eve*||Tales Of Terror (CD, Album, RE)||Roadracer Records||RO 9772 2||UK & Europe||1989|