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Severe Warning - Convicted To The Avant Garde Part A Volume 04 Mp3
Rock
Performer: Severe Warning
Title: Convicted To The Avant Garde Part A Volume 04
Style: Heavy Metal, Thrash
Label Not On Label
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 388
MP3 size: 2819 mb
FLAC size: 1487 mb
WMA size: 1775 mb
Record From: CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release

Severe Warning - Convicted To The Avant Garde Part A Volume 04 Mp3

Tracklist

1Better Off Dead3:26
2Infernal Trinity4:06
3Revenge Of The Damned6:29
4The Black Plague5:30
5Hermetically Sealed6:08
6Wicked Avenger5:59
7Aim To Kill5:23
8Death To False Metal4:26
9Rest In Pieces4:19
10It's Not Easy...6:47
11A Good Day?!6:51
12Napalm3:34

Notes

Bootleg CD released without the consent ot knowledge of Severe Warning, Underground Express, Convicted To The Avant Garde creator and copyright holder Roger J. Ganley, or original artist of the cover Tony Cosgrove.
Has no affiliation with Severe Warning, Underground Express Records, or the original "Convicted To The Avant Garde" compilation (1989 Underground Express compilation of Cleveland Metal Bands). None of the copyright holders, artists, labels, or musicians involved in the creation of the original releases, recording/production of the music, or the "Convicted To The Avant Garde" compilation were paid, asked for permission, or even informed at all of the illegal reproduction and theft of copyrighted material, until after the release was already made and distributed for several years.

1-4 from the 'Death To False Metal' cassette .
5-12 from the 'A Good Day... But For Who?' cassette .

cyrexoff
It's such a shame that this has never been released officially, because it's surely one of THE efforts of "still-rather-early-days-extreme-metal" and as such an absolute must.

In fact, for the level still getting ever harder metal was at back then, I would deem it most original and a revelation for even long-time fans of old school extreme metal.

It has some zombie rock/death metal elements but still is without BOTH the monotony/total lack of any melody OR abundance of sickly sweet underlying melody predominant nowadays.

Until this has seen an official release (if it ever does), having to deal with this release really isn't the baddest of things that can happen.

It sounds better and is less flawed than the original cassette tape releases (if I listen to what I have, anyway).

If you ask me, this sounds so good, that the original recordings must have been used in the making of this.

This simply is to good to stay unreleased, so thanks to whoever made it into this historic document.