Satan - Suspended Sentence (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Newcastle, UK’s Satan is simply the latest band to add quality reunion slab to their discography. Satan released one good album (Court in the Act) and one fantastic album (Suspended Sentence). Court in the Act was a fine record, cuts like “Blades of Steel” and “Broken Treaties” easily making my desert island NWOBHM compilation.
  2. Listen to your favourite songs from Suspended Sentence / Into the Future [Explicit] by Satan now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  3. May 15,  · Satan ‘s history is a little convoluted, with numerous line-up and even name changes making things complicated. Their debut, Caught In The Act, and their third album, Suspended Sentence () were released as Satan, while in between they released the album Out of Reach under the name Blind Fury in
  4. Popular Satan albums Cruel Magic. Atom by Atom. Life Sentence. Into the Future / Suspended Sentence. Suspended Sentence.
  5. album: "Suspended Sentence" () 1. 92nd Symphony 2. Who Dies Wins 3. 11th Commandment 4. Suicidal Justice 5. Vandal (Hostile Youth) 6. S.C.U.M Socially Condemned Undesirable Misfits 7. Avalanche Of A Million Hearts 8. Calculated Execution.
  6. Get all the lyrics to songs on Into the Future / Suspended Sentence and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  7. "Suspended Sentence" features a modernized style that takes appropriately from the thrash and speed metal they experimented with on "Out of Reach" (as Blind Fury, get that album too!). Things have improved drastically in speed and energy since the album as Blind Fury, with the most notable improvements coming in the form of lead guitars.
  8. The new Satan album comes 26 years after they released their last full length ‘Suspended Sentence’ in With Brian Ross back on vocals, ‘Life Sentence’ kicks off from where their debut, the NWOBHM masterwork ‘Court In The Act’ left off.
  9. With Satan’s second album, Suspended Sentence, Michael Jackson joins the band, and the music immediately changes character. Gone are the beautiful melodies and NWOBM-ish feel of Court in the Act for a more aggressive, intelligent and “tech-like” approach.

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