CIRITH UNGOL “Servants Of Chaos” – 3 Disc Set Is A Mammoth Metal Value


CIRITH UNGOL – The 2-CD/Bonus DVD of vintage CIRITH UNGOL, Servants Of Chaos, was released back on January 31st, 2012, via Metal Blade Records in North America. Servants Of Chaos was originally released (exclusively) in Europe, back in 2001. What an amazing package, which salutes this never to be forgotten Metal band from Ventura, California.

CIRITH UNGOL can easily be classified  as a pioneering and influential Metal band from the early 80’s. I highly recommend, to all Metalheads worldwide, these rare and live tracks, along with video footage of CIRITH UNGOL, to sink your Classic Metal craving senses into! Adding this Cirith Ungol 3 disc set to your Metal collection will serve you right.

I just bought Servants Of Chaos recently and it’s worth every penny. f.y.e. was selling it at a sale price for $9.99 (U.S.). That’s a stupendous price for 2 CD’s and 1 DVD!

The name Cirith Ungol is pronounced “kirith ungol” and is an Elvish phrase meaning “pass of the spider.”

Check out below: Cirith Ungol “I’m Alive” (Live) from the album “Servants of Chaos”. Recorded live at Wolf and Rissmiller’s Country Club on November 9th, 1984. Whoa and Metal be thy name.

CIRITH UNGOL:

Tim Baker – vocals

Jerry Fogle – guitar

Robert Garven – drums

Michael “Flint” Vujea – bass

(Servants Of Chaos – back cover)

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(Source: Metal Blade Records)

For more info on this CIRITH UNGOL release, click below:

METAL BLADE RECORDS

LONG LIVE THE METAL LEGACY OF CIRITH UNGOL.

The word “stupendous” was used in this post.

Stone.

2 Responses to “CIRITH UNGOL “Servants Of Chaos” – 3 Disc Set Is A Mammoth Metal Value”

  1. That bit with the guitarist and bassist jamming together brought back great 80s memories. Very good band

  2. Very impressed. The guitarist and bassist jamming together reminded me of classic metal.

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