Leave Scars By Dark Angel: It Had 246 Riff, but Was It Any Good?
It was 1991 when I bought the Leave Scars LP that came with a sticker, reading “9 songs, 67 minutes, 246 riffs!” I didn’t like it as much as Darkness Descends or because I liked Mike’s style of vocals better.
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Leave Scars is the third studio album released by the American thrash metal band, Dark Angel, released on January 24, 1989.
- Leave Scars was Dark Angel’s most successful release, peaking at number 159 on the Billboard 200, mostly on the commercial cover of Led Zepplin’s Immigrant Song.
- It was their first album with vocalist Ron Rinehart and bassist Mike Gonzalez. It was the last album for guitarist Jim Durkin until his return to the band in 2013.
- “The Death of Innocence”
- “Never to Rise Again”
- “No One Answers”
- “Immigrant Song”
- “Older Than Time Itself”
- “Worms” (Instrumental)
- “The Promise of Agony”
- “Leave Scars”