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Annihilator Releases Acoustic Rendition Of "Sounds Good To Me"

The Canadian thrash masters from Annihilator recently announced the upcoming release of "Triple Threat," a three-disc collection of music based in a trio of very different scenarios, due out January 27th, 2017 via UDR Music.

Today, the band revealed an acoustic video for classic track "Sounds Good To Me," the very first track to be released from disc one of the set, "Un-Plugged: The Watersound Studios Sessions." Take a listen below.

This main disc of "Triple Threat" comprises a set of Annihilator's classics performed acoustically, with band leader/guitarist/songwriter and vocalist Jeff Waters bringing together band members Aaron Homma and Rich Hinks, Vancouver, BC drummer and friend Marc LaFrance, plus Ottawa session player Pat Robillard.

Recorded and mixed by Waters, this quintet recorded everything live off the floor and in single takes at Watersound Studios in Dunrobin, Canada during late May and early June 2016, giving Waters one of the most challenging, satisfying and perhaps "electric" creative moments in his career.

The second disc will feature Annihilator's vicious set from the 2016 Band Your Head Festival, a set which illustrates the very best of what Annihilator is known for - tight, sharp, technically-excellent and melodic thrash metal music. The set is rounded out by a third Blu-Ray/DVD featuring visual accompaniments.

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