DANKO JONES Talks DEATH ANGEL, Favorite Metal Albums Of All Time; Video Available

Canadian rocker Danko Jones recently spoke to Germany's Metal Hammer magazine about his love for the San Francisco Bay Area metal veterans DEATH ANGEL. He also names his five most important metal albums and explains why SLAYER is included on the list but not DEATH ANGEL. Watch the interview at this location.

A brand new DANKO JONES track, entitled "Code of the Road", is available for download at this location. The song comes off the band's new album, "Never Too Loud", due in Germany on February 29, 2008 via Bad Taste/Soulfood Music.

"Never Too Loud" was recorded at Studio 606 in Los Angeles with Grammy Award-winning producer Nick Raskulinecz (FOO FIGHTERS, RUSH, STONE SOUR, VELVET REVOLVER).

"Nick's worked on some of my favourite records of the last five years", the band's leader and namesake previously said, "and we're very excited to step into the studio with a producer who has such a great track record and incredible instincts."

"Never Too Loud" track listing:

01. Code Of The Road
02. City Streets
03. Still In High School
04. Take Me Home
05. Let's Get Undressed
06. King Of Magazines
07. Forest For The Trees
08. Your Tears My Smile
09. Something Better
10. Ravenous
11. Never Too Loud

The past five years have been a whirlwind for the band, which saw DANKO JONES play virtually every major European festival including Rock Im Park, Rock Am Ring, Wacken Open Air, Hellfest, Leeds, Lowlands, Roskilde, Gurten, Hultsfred, Reading and Ozzfest. In addition to non-stop touring Danko Jones also appeared on the new ANNIHILATOR album "Metal" (released in April 2007), on the track "Couple Suicide", with ARCH ENEMY singer Angela Gossow.

For more information, go to www.dankojones.com .

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