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Annihilator con temas temas extras en reedición

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Annihilator quien acaba de reeditar su álbum de 1994, King Of The Kill, incluye en esta renovada versión dos canciones extra y un track hablado por su creador Jeff Waters.

El CD forma parte de las reediciones que Earache Records está lanzando como celebración de seis álbumes clásicos de los canadienses

De acuerdo a la disquera, Carnival Diablos, Criteria For A Black Widow y Waking The Fury son los primeros lanzamientos de este festejo, así como su más reciente entrega, Annihilator.

Annihilator realizará en octubre y noviembre una gira europea que pasará por España.

King Of The Kill Tracklist de Reedición

01. King Of The Kill
02. 21
03. Bliss
04. Second To None
05. Hell Is A War
06. Annihilator
07. Fiasco
08. The Box
09. Bad Child
10. In The Blood
11. Speed
12. Catch The Wind
13. Only Be Lonely *
14. Slates *
15. Palabras de Jeff Waters *

* Temas extra

4 comments

  1. I was watching Americas Most Terryfying Places last night and saw a peice about these muredrs. I had never heard about this before. The Serial Killer angle is one strong possibility. Also the angry ex-business partner. He might have hired someone but it would seem that the hit would be on the father only. Also this crime feels very personal accounting for the brutality and the covering of the bodies and mirrors. Maybe also staged to look sexual in nature? Could the family have invited the strange minister back to their home after church? Who doesn’t trust a man of God? Maybe they went to bed telling him to let himself out as he had to catch an early train in the morning. Or did someone else they trusted visit the home that evening. Maybe a family member? I believe in those times children had milk and cookies before bed and adults perhaps had tea. The killer could have put something in those drinks to eventually render the family unconscious or sedated before killing them with the axe. Might have been more than one killer. Not many women commit these types of crimes but it does happen. Maybe it was a trusted woman. It was rumored that the husband was having an affair. Could it have been that woman or another woman filled with rage and staging the crime scene to look like it was a man that did it. Very interesting about all the doors being locked. I don’t know if all the windows were locked too. Looking foward to comments.

  2. Zenster–Perhaps there are so few of those first books because they were loved to death by their ownres. I wonder how many parents sneaked ratty, dog-eared copies into the trash because the thought of having to do yet one more bright recitation of the beloved James James Morrison MorrisonWeatherby George Dupree was more than the parental mind could safely contemplate?You mention your mother’s reading Milne to you: no greater gift can an adult have than the memory of his mother’s or father’s voice reading, say, “King John”. Ever after, when seeing a Milne poem on a page, our parents’ voices return in their exact cadences. [Home-schooled children have a distinct advantage when it comes to poetry: they are introduced to lots of it. Saturated with it. They don’t get the word that poetry is “boring” until they’ve already learned to like it.Thus, when our ten year-old picked a WW I poetry anthology out of our bookcase, he had no prior ideas about what it should be. He wasn’t a prodigy, just a normally intelligent kid who liked to play “war” (and liked the ‘poetry’ in the prologues of some Calvin and Hobbes books) so he figured a skinny book about war was probably tolerable.] Re Milne, I do hope to stumble across a missing manuscript of his, perhaps titled “Seven is Heaven” in time for next year’s anniversary…And you’re right about Disney. OTOH, you reach each generation as best you can…

  3. 2. yard work. I will always pick insdie over outside! 3. My ipod. I take pictures on it, play games on it and browse the internet all over the house! Wait, the microwave is pretty awesome, too…. 4. Spelunking. I would sky dive, too, but it wouldn’t be my first choice. 5. No pet. My oldest is allergic. 6. Real books. I want to turn pages! 7. Fall. sunny days, crisp weather and a reason to wear clothes that cover! 8. Game night with snacks! 9. House phone. I have a cell phone, I just never use it (or know where it is)!

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