Saturday, May 28, 2022

Overkill - White Devil Armory (2014)


Overkill - White Devil Armory (2014)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "XDM"   0:49
2. "Armorist"   3:53
3. "Down to the Bone"   4:04
4. "Pig"   5:21
5. "Bitter Pill"   5:48
6. "Where There's Smoke..."   4:20
7. "Freedom Rings"   6:52
8. "Another Day to Die"   4:56
9. "King of the Rat Bastards"   4:09
10. "It's All Yours"   4:26
11. "In the Name"   6:03

Total length:   50:41

Bonus tracks
12. "The Fight Song"   5:12
13. "Miss Misery" (feat. Mark Tornillo; Nazareth cover)   4:31

Total length:   60:25



Album Credits / Overkill Band Members / Musicians
Bobby Ellsworth – lead vocals
D. D. Verni – bass, backing vocals
Dave Linsk – lead guitar
Derek "The Skull" Tailer – rhythm guitar
Ron Lipnicki – drums
Additional musicians
Mark Tornillo - backing vocals on "Miss Misery"

Overkill – production
Greg Reely – mixing, mastering
D.D. Verni, Dave Linsk – engineering
Dan Korneff – editing
Dave Linsk – recording (at SKH Recording Studios)
Jon Ciorciari – recording (at JRod Productions)
Jon D'Uva – additional recording
Rob Shallcross – additional editing

Travis Smith – cover art, layout
Hakon Grav, Nico Ramos – photography
Mike Romeo – orchestrations

Studios
Gear Recording Studio, Shrewsbury, New Jersey – recording

SKH Studios, Stuart, Florida – additional recording

JRod Productions, Pomona, New York – additional recording



White Devil Armory is the 17th studio album by the American thrash metal band Overkill. It was released on July 18, 2014 in Europe through Nuclear Blast and July 22 in North America through eOne Music.

White Devil Armory has received mostly positive reviews. AllMusic's Gregory Heaney awarded White Devil Armory three-and-a-half stars out of five, and called it "a monument to classic thrash that makes it clear the band's recent form is far from a fluke." He also stated that "the album finds the band once again going from strength to strength, pursuing their muse with a relentless vigor that imbues their sound with a refreshing directness."

Reviewing the album for Get Your Rock Out, Michael Dodd cited the bass work of Verni as one of the record's strengths. He argued that Verni imbued the song "Bitter Pill" with "a heaviness that is almost industrial", and concluded that while the whole album is a "thrash juggernaut", it is the exploits of the bassist that make certain songs stand out.

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