08:59 - Maco Good to see that Mikael still gives to the fans what they want, even though just during live performances. :p
08:49 - Overrwatcher Megadeth absolutely blew everyone away, but hearing older Opeth made me giddy as hell. Disturbed played pretty well. Black Label was really off.
08:34 - Maco I can guess that Opeth was the best band there in that festival.
08:33 - Overrwatcher Crowd was so dead before Opeth though (who played almost entirely old songs and were great, technical errors aside.) When HATEBREED can't get people moving you know something's wrong.
08:30 - Overrwatcher Just got back from Ozzfest, left Black Sabbath before traffic hell began. I don't even like Megadeth but they were fucking amazing.
Death Angel have revealed the tracklist of their upcoming release The Dream Calls For Blood which comes three years after Relentless Retribution. The album is to be released to the masses on October 11th (Europe), October 14th (UK) and October 15th (North America) via Nuclear Blast Records.
Commented guitarist Rob Cavestany: "We are excited to reveal the track list of our upcoming release, The Dream Calls For Blood. As we speak I'm about to board my flight home from 3 incredible shows in England, Belgium and Holland - after 3+ years of constant touring for our last album, Relentless Retribution. At last the cycle has ended with our insanely hot and wild gig in Rotterdam last night! This means we begin the next phase, which is preparing to tour for the new record; it all kicks off in October! By looking at the song titles I guess it's obvious that angst and struggle is still a major part of our reality. Thankfully we have this outlet to vent and release aggression. That way we remain the happiest band in Thrash! (laughs) Hope these song titles intrigue you."
01. Left For Dead
02. Son Of The Morning
04. The Dream Calls For Blood
06. Execution - Don't Save Me
07. Caster Of Shame
10. Territorial Instinct / Bloodlust
11. Heaven And Hell [digipak bonus track]