Danish trash metal band Artillery released their debut Fear of Tomorrow in 1985. Songs like “The Almighty,” “Show Your Hate”, and “Out of the Sky” represent the crème de la crème of European thrash.
After making quite a name for themselves in tape-trading circles as one of Europe's most promising early thrash metal bands, Denmark's Artillery released their debut Fear of Tomorrow in 1985. Their instrumental abilities at such high speeds sounded phenomenal for the mid-'80s, and the distinctive style of singer Flemming Ronsdorf (somewhere between AC/DC's Bon Scott and Accept's Udo Dirkschneider) would become one of Artillery's most recognizable assets. Songs like "The Almighty," "Show Your Hate", and "Out of the Sky" represent the crème de la crème of European thrash in 1985.
Fear Of Tomorrow is available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on blade bullet coloured vinyl.
Official website: www.artillery.dk
PO box 9554
2003 LN Haarlem
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