By Eddie Jorgensen
If the ‘Bay Area Strikes Back’ tour has proved anything both here in the U.S. and overseas, it’s that Death Angel’s style has an enduring, staying power. Although the group‘s line-up and sound have changed somewhat since ‘The Ultra-Violence’ released in 1987, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Singer Mark Osegueda has never sounded better as evidenced at their live shows and on their latest record, “Humanicide.’ YouTube videos of their recent tour abroad show a band firing on all cylinders and able to play all eras of the band with relative ease. Additionally, drummer Will Carroll is a veritable beast on the drums who commands your attention and adds a special shuffle to older tracks that pleases on all fronts. Doors open at 6pm and the show starts promptly at 6:50pm. Advance tickets are $29.50 and can be purchased at Recycled Records Reno and at www.cargoreno.com. The Cargo Concert Hall is located at 255 North Virginia in Reno. All ages are welcome. Thrash ‘til death.
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