Death Angel's Ted Aguilar discusses the band's 'The Dream Calls for Blood' album, recalls 'The Art of Dying' disc and more.
More than 30 years after helping spread the genre across the world, it’s amazing how many Bay Area thrash bands are still around and making new music. Metallica, Slayer, Testament, Exodus and many others are still very relevant. Death Angel are another Bay Area thrash group that’s alive and well. Their latest album is ‘The Dream Calls for Blood.’
Death Angel's Mark Osegueda was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. The powerful vocalist discussed the band’s new album 'The Dream Calls for Blood,' their killer fall tour and the evolution of the band over the years. If you missed Full Metal Jackie’s show, check out her full interview with Mark Osegueda:
Metallica's Kirk Hammett is making the rounds showing off his 'Too Much Horror Business - The Kirk Hammett Collection' book of horror memorabilia, but during a stop in San Francisco to promote his page-turner, he worked in some music for those in attendance as well. Hammett welcomed Death Angel as guest performers at the event and joined them for a set.
Death Angel frontman Mark Osegueda was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. He spoke all about their continuous touring schedule and also revealed details of new Death Angel material. He also spoke about the band’s DVD titled ‘A Thrashumentary,’ which is scheduled for an early 2013 release and much more. If you missed Jackie’s show, read the full interview with Mark Osegueda below: