ALL TIME HIGHS Featuring DEATH ANGEL Frontman: Audio Samples Available

ALL TIME HIGHS, the new San Francisco Bay Area-based band featuring DEATH ANGEL frontman Mark Osegueda alongside members of LICA-STO, TRES PISTOLAS, THE SICK and THE OOZIES, have created a MySpace.com account at this location. Available on the site are three of the band's recently recorded demo tracks — "Nothing's Changed", "Sweet Avalon" and "Addiction".

Osegueda had previously described ALL TIME HIGHS' musical direction as "straight-ahead balls-out rock" in the vein of MC5 and THE BRONX.

Upcoming ALL TIME HIGHS shows:

Jan 7 - Club Fred - Fresno, CA
Feb 17 - Oakland Metro - Oakland, CA

DEATH ANGEL's latest CD, "The Art of Dying", was released in May 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records. The group's first studio album since 1990's "Act III", "The Art of Dying" was recorded at SF Soundworks studios in San Francisco, California with producer Brian Joseph Dobbs (VOIVOD, MANMADEGOD).

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