Tag Archives: Rob Cavestany

Death Angel’s Rob Cavestany is bored of ‘Bored’

Posted by on April 21, 2014

[youtube]http://youtu.be/rSf2HGsYbdg[/youtube] Death Angel were just kids when their first album, The Ultra Violence, was released. And while their sophomore album, Frolic Through the Park, was the one that broke them open, it turns out that the signature song from it, “Bored,” is viewed as overrated, according to it’s author, Rob Cavestany. In an interview with Zena Metal, […]

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Death Angel Announce Plans To Reissue ‘The Ultra-Violence’

Posted by on April 26, 2012

25 years ago, Death Angel put themselves on the metal map with their debut album The Ultra-Violence. For the past few years, though, the only way fans could get their hands on this classic thrash album was through the 2005 Archives and Artifacts box set or by purchasing expensive and rare original prints online. But […]

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Anthrax Perform Shows Without Scott Ian And Charlie Benante, Gene Hoglan To Fill In For Rest Of Tour

Posted by on January 30, 2012

It’s been a rough week for Anthrax while on tour to say the least. First, guitarist Scott Ian was hospitalized in LA with a severe viral infection, which forced him to miss the band’s shows in Kansas City (January 26) and Indianapolis (January 27). Then, drummer Charlie Benante announced that he was leaving the tour […]

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Death Angel’s Ted Aguilar On Losing And Gaining Band Members and The “Big Four”

Posted by on August 27, 2010

A lot has been happening with Death Angel lately. The Bay Area thrash legends have experienced losing key original members, gained two new replacements, and are about to release their sixth studio album Relentless Retribution on September 14. Talk about a hectic year. During their stop in Philadelphia during their tour with Soilwork, Mutiny Within, […]

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