Manilla Road | The Deluge

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The Deluge

by Manilla Road

80's US Epic Metal classic. A must own for all 80's Metal fans.
Genre: Metal/Punk: 80's Metal
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1. Dementia
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2. Shadow in the Black
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5:21 album only
3. Divine Victim
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3:09 album only
4. Hammer of the Witches
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2:41 album only
5. Morbid Tabernacle
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1:52 album only
6. Isle of the Dead
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7. Taken By Storm
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3:19 album only
8. The Deluge
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8:13 album only
9. Friction in Mass
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6:26 album only
10. Rest in Pieces
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
MANILLA ROAD had just starting inserting some METALLICA influence into their classic sound on the previous album “Open The Gates”. So coming into this album is a little more sped up from their last effort. Their roots were mostly a hybrid mix of mostly RUSH, JUDAS PRIEST, IRON MAIDEN, and HAWKWIND. This album is classic MANILLA ROAD and I’m sure if they would have been picked up by a bigger label, this album would have been the one to put them on the map and receive the recognition they deserved in their home land (USA). This is a pretty dark album as a whole and a great mix of Epic/Adventurous and Speed. The music was pretty complex, arguably the most complex they wrote up until that point, but it still had the hooks that make up the real magic that is behind MANILLA ROAD.


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