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    Black Daze - Overkill - The Electric Age (CD, Album)

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    1. Tauzahn

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      Jun 23,  · Overkill - The Electric Age () Album Photo by Mefisto. Format: CD. 10 likes. 48 Overkill Album Photos.
    2. Vudogar

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      Mar 12,  · Album Review: Overkill – The Electric Age [10 out of 10] By Andrew Bansal Two years back, thrash legends Overkill put out “Ironbound”, one of the best metal albums released in recent times, and if anyone needed proof of the fact that the band is as strong as ever, Ironbound was it.
    3. Nijind

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      Mar 27,  · The Electric Age () by Overkill. Labels: Nuclear Blast, eOne. Genres: Thrash Metal. Songs: Come and Get It, Electric Rattlesnake, Wish You Were Dead, Drop the Hammer, Save Yourself, Black Daze.
    4. Gumi

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      Enter , the 32nd year of the bands existence marks another milestone for OVERKILL: the 16th album, “The Electric Age” - Blitz himself describing the “Ironbound” era had kind of a “rebirth feeling to it”, the new offering can perfectly be depicted as the raw and wild youth that naturally follows.
    5. Sadal

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      Overkill - The Electric Age. Nuclear Blast. Thrash Metal. 10 songs titan after titan enters with one solid album after another. Overkill, Megadeth, Heathen, Sacrifice, Artillery, Some songs keeps a slower pace all the way like Black Daze, making your head bang less frenetic yet still with an intense, unhealthy force. The guitars become.
    6. Mikus

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      May 06,  · Overkill - The Electric Age Review, Myglobalmind Webzine Overkill - The Electric Age Review, Overkill - The Electric Age CD Review, Overkill - The Electric Age Album.
    7. Akinogal

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      OVERKILL is like an indomitable energy creature even the Superfriends might cower from. "The Electric Age" is an appropriate, usurping title targeted against an era where synthetics rule the music.
    8. Mum

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      Mar 16,  · "The Electric Age" was recorded and mixed at Gear Recording Studios in New Jersey, owned and operated by OVERKILL bassist D.D. Verni. OVERKILL is Bobby "Blitz" Ellsworth (vocals), D.D. Verni (bass.

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