DEATH ANGEL – Ted discusses his first song for a DEATH ANGEL album + band announces worldwide chart entries!


After the celebrated release of Bay Area thrash metal legends DEATH ANGEL’s new album, »Humanicide«, the band is giving fans yet another look inside the making of the record. Today the band has revealed a new album trailer in which guitarist Ted Aguilar discusses writing his first song, ‘Alive And Screaming,’ on an album in his 17 years with DEATH ANGEL. Watch the 9th trailer for »Humanicide«:

DEATH ANGEL’s new album, »Humanicide«, was released on May 31st and has since received an outpouring of acclaim from critics and endless praise from fans. The record also garnered some of the band’s highest charting positions of their career!

Purchase »Humanicide« in various formats, here:
Listen to the band’s new tracks in the NB New Releases Playlists: /

More on »Humanicide«:

Trailer #1 – Writing »Humanicide«:
Trailer #2 – Working With Producer Jason Suecof:
Trailer #3 – »Humanicide« Cover Art & Wolf Trilogy:
Trailer #4 – About ‘The Pack’:
Trailer #5 – The Album That Made You Want To Become A Musician:
Trailer #6 – Lyrical Concepts On »Humanicide«:
Trailer #7 – Consuming Music Now vs Then:
Trailer #8 – Mark Osegueda’s Stand Out Tracks On »Humanicide«:

»Humanicide« – Track Listing:

01. Humanicide
02. Divine Defector
03. Aggressor
04. I Came For Blood
05. Immortal Behated
06. Alive and Screaming
07. The Pack
08. Ghost of Me
09. Revelation Song
10. Of Rats and Men
11. The Day I Walked Away (Bonus Track)

With their newly released album »Humanicide«, DEATH ANGEL has maintained their throne in the universe of thrash while still managing to remain progressive in their style. They apply a wide variety of different elements to their music, always pushing to add newness to their sound. This time around they’ve included everything from acoustic bits, to guest musicians, to even (for the first time) the notes of a piano. All 10 songs flow seamlessly yet each leaves its own distinct impression. The first single and title track ‘Humanicide’ triumphantly represents the entirety of the album, immediately energizing the listener.

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