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Warlord - And The Cannons Of Destruction Have Begun... album

Warlord  - And The Cannons Of Destruction Have Begun... album
Performer: Warlord
Title: And The Cannons Of Destruction Have Begun...
Genre: Rock
Style:Heavy Metal
Released: 1984
MP3 album szie: 1229 mb
FLAC album size: 1629 mb

Warlord - And The Cannons Of Destruction Have Begun (1984).

the vocals are ok. could've been better. the first album is much better. i also don't like that there is too much re-recorded material. i like when an album has new fresh music in it that u haven't heard before. it's ok if u re-record 1 or 2 songs from previous albums and put them as. bonus/extra songs, but when u put them as the official album material and when u do it more than once that is too much.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from And The Cannons Of Destruction Have Begun. This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 104/159 BPM). 1. Beginning, Lucifer's Hammer.

Labels: Metal Blade Records. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Damien King II, William J Tsamis, Archangel, Mark Zonder, Sentinel. Album (Studio full-length). Mark Zonder : Producer. Porky : Mastering Engineer.

Great 2nd Album by WarLord. Love this album and their 1984 release. A Big Thank-you to Metal Blade records for introducing this Band on their Metal Massacre tapes. Metalstorm 2112 9 місяців тому. don't get me wrong i love Warlord. i was amazed when i heard them for the first time. it's not bad definitely, but could've been much greater. nik predom 10 місяців тому. Every single time i hear this child of the damned version from Damien King II i get goosebumps. A heck of a band great memories with this one

Legendary US Metal band Warlord was formed in 1981 by Mark Zonder and William J. Tsamis. One year later, in 1982, the song "Lucifer's Hammer" (based on a novel by Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle) appeared on the prestigious compilation album "Metal Massacre II". This resulted in a deal with Metal Blade Records, with Warlord recording their debut mini-album. Deliver Us" was released in 1983 and is today considered as the blueprint for what was later to be called "Epic Metal" . being a video soundtrack album and "Deliver Us" a studio record, it is hard to compare the two. Mark Zonder cites the similarities: "Both had nasty production as money was very tight.