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    The last 4 Death Angel albums have all been great. The Dream Calls For Blood may be the best of the four, but I enjoyed the lot of them.

    Rob Cavestany certainly knows how to riff.

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    These and Testament are two of the bay area groups that have just got better as time's gone on. I feel like both bands suffered early on from budget constraints, putting out poorly produced albums that didn't take off because they just didn't sound that good. Now they're older, wiser, recording has got cheaper, they both consistently put out insanely good thrash.
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    Before going to see them in the beginning of this year with Exodus I hadn't paid much attention to them in last decades. So i spend the entire day listening to their discography during that day. Their last Album is one of the BEST Thrash Album I ever heard.

    They gave an AMAZING SHOW and Mark was a true gentleman at the end staying to talk drink and laugh with us. Spent like 10-15 min chatting with him and we can clearly see when they love to engage with the fans.



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