Metal (Annihilator album)

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Annihilator - Metal.jpg
Studio album by Annihilator
Released April 16, 2007
Recorded Watersound Studios Inc., Ottawa, Canada
Sanctum Sound, Boston, USA
Spider Studios, Strongsville, USA
Backstage Recording Studios, Derbyshire, England
The Concrete Jungle, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2006-2007
Genre Thrash metal, heavy metal, groove metal, progressive metal
Length 54:58
Label SPV/Steamhammer
Producer Jeff Waters
Annihilator chronology
Schizo Deluxe
(2005)Schizo Deluxe2005
Live at Masters of Rock
(2009)Live at Masters of Rock2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Metal is the twelfth album by Canadian heavy metal band Annihilator, released on April 16, 2007 by SPV/Steamhammer. However, it wasn't released in the United States until January 15, 2008. Waters gathered many guest musicians to perform the album.[2]

Track listing

All tracks written by Jeff Waters, except lyrics and melodies of track 2 by Danko Jones.

Normal track listing
No. Title Featuring Length
1. "Clown Parade" Jeff Loomis of Nevermore 5:14
2. "Couple Suicide" Danko Jones; Angela Gossow of Arch Enemy 3:54
3. "Army of One" Steve "Lips" Kudlow of Anvil 6:01
4. "Downright Dominate" Alexi Laiho of Children Of Bodom 5:13
5. "Smothered" Anders Björler of The Haunted 5:09
6. "Operation Annihilation" Michael Amott of Arch Enemy 5:16
7. "Haunted" Jesper Strömblad of In Flames 8:05
8. "Kicked" Corey Beaulieu of Trivium 5:56
9. "Detonation" Jacob Lynam of Lynam 3:54
10. "Chasing the High" Willie Adler of Lamb of God 6:16
11. "Heavy Metal Maniac" (Japanese bonus track; Exciter cover) Dan Beehler and Allan James Johnson 3:53



  1. ^ Henderson, Alex. "Annihilator Metal review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2012-05-17. 
  2. ^ "Annihilator - Metal". Encyclopaedia Metallum. Retrieved 2012-05-17. 

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