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The Black AngelsDeath Song

Label:Partisan Records – PTKF2147-1
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:USA & Europe
Style:Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock


A2I'd Kill For Her
A3Half Believing
B4Comanche Moon
B5Hunt Me Down
B6Grab As Much (As You Can)
C8I Dreamt
D10Death March
D11Life Song

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Gatefold sleeve. Includes a poster, a sticker and a download card.

© & ℗ 2017 Partisan Records LLC · Knitting Factory Records Inc. · The Black Angels

Big Deal Notes/Death Song Publishing Co. (ASCAP)
All rights administered by Words & Music, a division of Big Deal Music, LLC

Recorded in Arlyn Studios in Austin, TX in September 2016 & Avast! Studios in Seattle, WA in October & November 2016.
Mixed at Avast! & Electrokitty in December 2016.

Release has sequentially listed tracks on labels and in gatefold.
'Lacquer Cut' credits derived from the runout etchings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 20841 21471 7
  • Barcode (String): 720841214717
  • Rights Society (Performance rights): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched & stamped ("STERLING") runout, side A): S-99477 RJ STERLING PTKF2147-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched & stamped ("STERLING") runout, side B): S-99478 RJ STERLING PTKF2147-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched & stamped ("STERLING") runout, side C): S-99479 RJ STERLING PTKF2147-1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched & stamped ("STERLING") runout, side A): S-99480 RJ STERLING PTKF2147-1D

Other Versions (5 of 9)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Death Song (CDr, Album, Promo)Partisan RecordsPTKF21472017
Recently Edited
Death Song (CD, Album)Partisan RecordsPTKF2147-2US2017
Recently Edited
Death Song (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Glow-In-The-Dark)Partisan Records, Partisan RecordsPTKF2147-6, PTKF2147-1USA & Europe2017
New Submission
Death Song (CD, Album, Unofficial Release)Partisan Records (4)PTKF2147-2Russia2017
New Submission
Death Song (CD, Album)Hostess Entertainment UnlimitedHSE-4074Japan2017
  • troberts64's avatar
    It appears this was remastered in March 2021. I bought a copy at their show in LA on November 15 and this one has "Trutone Mastering NY Carl 3-21" etched in the deadwax. Sounds great!
    • gotgot13's avatar
      Yep mates,to be honest and as a huge fan of The Black Angels and if you want a correct sound : buy the regular black version or the cd.. I've got both of the regular and the RSD 2017 and the last one is just horrible !!! Sad but true .. Surface noise on every side,on the quiet part you only listen this noise.. Too bad... But the black version is cool and with very less surface noise .
      • NE0Ngrave's avatar
        Rummaged around and read that later pressings of this had the sound issues fixed. Just picked up a new copy and can confirm it sounds stellar. ✨
        • ferdinand123's avatar
          First two tracks on C side have near-to-be-unbearable static in the right channel. Other than that, only tolerable nuances with outstanding music as it is.
          • copers's avatar
            Edited 4 years ago
            My copy had bit of static noise coming out of the right channel, mostly on Side A. I gave it a clean and although it's still there, it's muted. Not noticable on speakers but can be a little annoying with headphones. Apaprt from that, fantastic packaging and presentation and tunes are sweet.
            • The Black Angles new album Death Song was written and recorded during last year’s toxic election cycle, Death Song finds the band channeling the anxious energy of that time period into some of the heaviest material of their career.
              • HEADROOM1's avatar
                Amazing album, bad pressing. First track of the C side begins with cracking sounds and the D side is off center. Don't know if to ask for a new copy, maybe I will get a worst copy that the one I have.
                • speed808's avatar
                  If you want a replacement for the LP's themselves, contact Rainbo directly. They literally just started repressing to fill more orders. Having just contacted them I was told they haven't received any complaints about sound quality/playback issues and they don't know about people's problems with these pressings and obviously the label is not going to contact them because pressing plants don't accept returns.

                  The more direct feedback Rainbo receives, the more effort they will put into fixing QC problems.
                  • occidenta67's avatar
                    same for mine... asked directly from black angel website for a new copy
                    • speed808's avatar
                      If you are using an elliptical diamond the black vinyl will be mostly listenable occasional static but with a microline it will be nearly intolerable with a consistently time swoosh/static in the right channel on both sides with each rotation. I simply don't understand why they think it's cool to keep sticking their fans with substandard vinyl. Either get serious about vinyl quality or stick to CD's & mp3's because it's a disservice to the people that actually pay money to hear their music.