Energetic Disassembly could easily be the best album of the genre, I recommend it to everyone. On a very different wavelength. After Energetic Disassembly, Watchtower fractured in half loosing Billy White, went on to join Dokken, and Jason McMaster, who played in many groups after his departure, namely Dangerous Toys. Rick Colaluca and Doug Keyser stuck with the band and hired . Slayer guitarist Ron Jarzombek and for a short time Militia vocalist Mike Soliz, who was replaced by Hades vocalist Alan Tecchio.
Energetic Disassembly" is the debut full-length studio album by e metal act Watchtower. The album was originally released on vinyl (limited to around 3,000 copies) and cassette tape (limited to around 1,500 copies) through Zombo Records in November 1985. Energetic Disassembly" has seen a couple of re-releases since. Energetic Disassembly' - Watchtower (7/10). At a time when 'being thrash' usually amounted to little more than playing fast and gurgling into a microphone, a band from Texas sought to change everything.
Energetic Disassembly" was originally released on vinyl and cassette with about 3,000 vinyl copies and 1,500 cassettes made. Matrix, Runout (Variant 1): 335542 : 02. Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LL27. Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI HG02. Matrix, Runout (Variant 2): 335542 02.
Only for the veteran metalhead. What do you get when you cross the chemistry and prestige of prog rock legends such as Yes and King Crimson with the aggressive guitar led sound of NWOBHM visionaries such as Judas Priest and Saxon" The answer is found in Texas based technical thrash pioneers Watchtower's debut album "Energetic Disassembly". Now, to say that this album is technical is an understatement. No, it's far beyond that. Ron Jarzombek's guitar wizardry, combined with Rick Colaluca pinpoint drumming and bassist Doug Keyser finger work can only be described as titanic.
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Energetic Disassembly is the debut album by progressive metal band Watchtower, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music). It contains a re-recording of the song 'Meltdown', first recorded in 1983 for the Cottage Cheese From the Lips of Death compilation. An earlier version of Energetic Disassembly, recorded at . short for Bob O'Neill Sound Studios) for Rainforest Records (home to . Slayer), was scrapped when the label closed its doors. These 'lost' recordings have since been released as part of the 2002 Demonstrations In Chaos archives release. Slayer), was scrapped when the label closed its doors
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