[This description is copied from my Kerrazy-Torrents post]
This one was requested by Low. Here you go buddy!
Artillery's first commercial debut came in early 1985 with the inclusion of the song "Hey Woman," on Volume One of the Speed Metal Hell compilation series which was released on New Renaissance Records. Later that year, Carsten Lohmann left and was replaced by Flemming Rönsdorf. Later the same year, Artillery recorded a third demo, Fear of Tomorrow, signed with Neat Records, and released their first album, also titled Fear of Tomorrow. In 1986, Carsten Nielsen was contacted by Quorthon of Bathory asking him if he was interested in drumming for Bathory. Nielsen turned down the offer since he thought Artillery would become a much bigger band than Bathory. Their second album, Terror Squad, was released in 1987.
Guitarist Jørgen Sandau left the band in 1989. Bassist Morten Stützer took over his position, lending the bass to recruit Peter Thorslund. Their third album, By Inheritance, was released in 1990 on both LP and CD, by Roadrunner Records. Artillery disbanded in 1991, some of the members pursuing musical projects of their own during the rest of the 1990s.
Following the 1998 release of an Artillery compilation CD, Deadly Relics by Mighty Music, featuring a mix of old demo recordings and two songs from the 1989 promotional tape, the band reformed to record a fourth album, B.A.C.K, which was released in 1999 by Die Hard Music.
In 2007, the band released a limited edition 4-CD boxset entitled Through the Years, which contains the band's four studio albums and all their demo material.
On November 6, 2007, Michael Stützer confirmed on the official Artillery website that they were once again active, have concerts booked, and are rehearsing their old songs (along with new material). A new studio album is in consideration. However, longtime Artillery singer Flemming Rönsdorf is not involved, and the band is auditioning new singers.
On November 27, It was confirmed through the website and through the official newsletter, that singer Søren Adamsen will be the new frontman.
The official Artillery website was updated recently, stating that Artillery would tour around various locations in Europe during 2008, and would record a live DVD during the MetalMania Festival in Katowice, Poland.
DVD: One Foot in the Grave, the Other One in the Trash
Length: 1 hour 12 minutes
1. Deeds Of Darkness 06:41
2. Into The Universe 03:48
3. The Almighty 04:17
4. Cybermind 04:01
5. The Challenge 04:12
6. By Inheritance 05:43
7. The Eternal War 05:28
8. Beneath The Clay (R.I.P.) 04:49
9. Time Has Come 05:23
10. At War With Science 07:14
11. Out Of The Sky 03:49
12. Khomaniac 06:43
13. Terror Squad 05:50
From the .nfo:
Source: Retail DVD
Audio Codec: AC3
Video Codec: Xvid
Audio Bitrate: 448
Video Bitrate: 903
Screen captures (I'm new at this, so I apologize for inopportune captures): here, here, here, and here!
Size: 699 MB.
Who doesn't like Artillery? Grab it while it's hot!