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Destruction To Re-Issue Three Recent Albums

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German thrash metal legends Destruction has announced that they will be re-issuing the albums, "All Hell Breaks Loose," "The Antichrist" and "Metal Discharge" through Metal Mind Productions. "All Hell Breaks Loose" will feature five live bonus tracks while "The Antichrist" will include a bonus track in the form of a live version of the classic, "Curse The Gods." "Metal Discharge" will feature the most added material, containing four demo tracks and three cover recordings of Iron Maiden's "Killers", Metallica's "Whiplash" and The Exploited classic, "USA." These releases are limited to 2000 each and will be released in Europe on April 26th and in North America on July 13th.

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Unholy_Thrasher's avatar

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1. Unholy_Thrasher writes:

What an odd move by Metal Mind. They usually re-release rare albums that have been out of print for over a decade or two. Regardless, I will add these three albums to my list because I don't own them yet. Just out of curiosity, do you know if these albums are going to be re-issued in digipak form? On second thought, this is Metal Mind we're talking about so most likely they will.

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2. Hammerheart writes:

Awesome. I already own "The Antichrist," but not the other two, so I'll be picking them up when they're re-released.

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