DEATH ANGEL To Perform At San Francisco In-Store

DEATH ANGEL will perform live at Tower Records (corner of Bay and Columbus Street) in San Francisco on Sunday, June 6 at 3:00 p.m. This will be a free event for the fans. The band will then have an autograph signing session following the performance.

More than 100 live photos of DEATH ANGEL, taken at their recent performances at the Key Cub in Hollywood (May 16) and the Galaxy Concert Theatre in Santa Ana (May 17), have been posted online at the web site. Check them out: Key Club, Galaxy.

DEATH ANGEL's latest CD, "The Art of Dying", was released earlier this month through Nuclear Blast Records. The group's first studio album since 1990's "Act III", "The Art of Dying" was recorded at SF Soundworks studios in San Francisco, California with producer Brian Joseph Dobbs (VOIVOD, MANMADEGOD). A video for the track "Thicker Than Blood" can currently be viewed online at this location (Real Media).


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