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Feast Box set

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This edition contains:- The 2014 album Feast in a CD-sized book with extra pages in the booklet.- The 15-song bonus CD Re-Kill with newly recorded Annihilator classics.- Plus a never-seen-before live DVD filmed at last year's Wacken Open Air, when the band opened the festival relentlessly regardless of the blistering heat!- Not to mention a brand new 3D cover taking over where the original Feast cover left us. Which means: More Zombies, and they are coming closer! That's 35 songs worth of finest Canadian Thrash Metal. Pretty cool package, eh?

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Deadlock
  2. No Way Out
  3. Smear Campaign
  4. No Surrender
  5. Wrapped
  6. Perfect Angel Eyes
  7. Demon Code
  8. Fight The World
  9. One Falls, Two Rise

Disc: 2

  1. Fun Palace
  2. Alison Hell
  3. King Of The Kill
  4. Never, Neverland
  5. Set The World On Fire
  6. Welcome To Your Death W.T.Y.D.
  7. No Zone
  8. Bloodbath
  9. 21
  10. Stonewall
  11. Ultra Motion
  12. Time Bomb
  13. Refresh The Demon
  14. Word Salad
  15. Brain Dance

Disc: 3

  1. Smear Campaign
  2. King Of The Kill
  3. No Way Out
  4. Clown Parade
  5. Set The World On Fire
  6. W.T.Y.D.
  7. Fun Palace
  8. I Am In Command
  9. No Zone
  10. Fiasco
  11. Alison Hell


Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 29, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Note on Boxed Sets: During shipping, discs in boxed sets occasionally become dislodged without damage. Please examine and play these discs. If you are not completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase.
  • Label: UDR
  • ASIN: B00IB3P5AS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,976 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After buying the Metal album from 2007, I was a bit disappointed. It had some very good tracks, but was a bit too similar throughout. I was really looking forward to this release, and it is quite good. I think it is a step in the right direction with a lot of good driving thrash, and I hope it's sign of the future, and maybe a solid lineup. There are more hits than misses on this album, and would be a disservice to any Annihilator fan not to pick this one up.

I think the bonus disc with the re-recorded tracks is outstanding. It is a great way to get some new fans interested in Annihilator. The re-recorded Fun Palace, Allison Hell, Never, Neverland, and Set the World on Fire are enough for the purchase. In my opinion, it was nice to hear more bass and drums in the tracks, and everything sounds quite crisp and energetic.

Highly recommended.
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Annihilator has always been one of my favorite bands. Seeing the fact no one knows them in the metal word is disappointing so hopefully this review will shine some light on this obscure band from Canada. 2013's "Feast" isn't the best album of all time, but it is a great surprise. At times it may be inconsistent but somehow, Jeff Waters makes it work.

"Deadlock" is an old school speed metal track reminiscent of the old Alice In Hell days. The bass work is audible and the drums are powerful. Water's solo is good (as always) "No Way Out" Strange intro, but it builds steam and releases yet again another thrashterpiece of a song. The opening solo is great. The lyrics are thought provoking. Quite possibly the best song on the album. "Smear Campaign" Good head banging track. It gives your neck a break after the opening two tracks. "No Surrender" A jazzy bass intro starts things off (like an old Megadeth feel) The main riff is something you would hear from King Of The Kill (I love that). "Wrapped" NWOBHM intro. Incredibly old school. The low point of this track, lyrics are corny and popish. "Perfect Angel Eyes" Intro will remind the listener of something from Never Neverland. I will say I do like this song, the lyrics are strange especially for a metal band and for Annihilator but Jeff's guitar work makes it stick somehow. "Demon Code" Return the thrash. Highlight of the album, the lyrics deal with insanity, demons etc. Riffs are melodic and catchy and the main riff causes me to destroy random objects around town when I drive. "Fight The World" another hauntingly beautiful intro. Depressing with intricate bass work. The drum kit is demolished in the making of this track. The solo is killer. "One fall, Two Rise" Another melodic intro.
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This is the first time that I've sat down and listened to Annihilator in their glory. Sure, I've dabbled with them on certain songs from recent albums, but nothing like this. I wasn't prepared for the metal onslaught that was begging to be released from their new album, Feast. When I was finished, my mind was blown away.

Everything about this album is amazing from a musician standpoint. A lot of groove, very catchy on most of the songs, and the musicianship between all the band members is top-notch. Dave Padden, vocalist for the band, also steps up when he's on the batting plate and delivers one homerun after another with vocals that are diverse and easy to understand, going from clean singing to clean screaming. You won't find any cookie-monster vocals that most death-metal bands rely on, for Dave is easy to understand and he gets the message across easily with decent lyrics that drives the point home. The solos from Jeff and I believe from Dave (at times) are amazing and fit each of the songs well, while the bass and drums do their best to keep the beat going (and do it well in style, in fact!).

That's another mention I should give - the production. Everything is heard clearly on both sides of the speakers and even the bass is given time to shine on all the songs, especially in certain moments in certain songs.

The only flaw on here is the ballad itself, which ruins the moment briefly, but it still holds up as a solid song of its own. The rest of the songs are nowhere near as forgettable or least memorable as the ballad.
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Awesome Thrash metal from an underrated band with great songs, razor sharp guitar sounds and pounding double bass drums and skull rattling vocals! Love the song Deadlock! Absolutely worth the $$.

Only thing that I did not like is after having to search high and low to find this release and purchasing as an import out of Germany, a couple weeks after I receive the cd-I read that the record label is planning to re-release this with different track listing, added bonus tracks, and re-mastered to boot. If I had known that-I would have waited to purchase. But again, the label didn't exactly put any effort at all in getting this great cd into stores in the U.S. I saw the soundscan numbers on this release and it was around 523 sales in the U.S.! Not too great. of course, if you cant find it in the stores and it is only available as an import-the ease of purchase is greatly reduced.
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