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Where Moth and Rust Destroy

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Category: Speed/thrash
Year: 2003
Label: Metal Blade Records
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Rating: 8.43 out of 10. (22 ratings)

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Luke Easter vocals
Ted Kirkpatrick drums, guitars
Steve Andino bass

Note that Marty Friedman (Megadeth) and Bruce Franklin (Trouble) did all the lead guitar work on this CD.
1.  Where Moth and Rust Destroy  
2.  Restoring the Locust Years  
3.  Drawn and Quartered  
4.  A Ghost at the Wheel  
5.  Architheuthis  
6.  Melting the Golden Calf  
7.  Convoluted Absolutes  
8.  Healing Waters of the Tigris  
9.  In Death We Rise  

Existing comments about this CD

From: kethdredd   ( Date: May 24, 2006 at 19:08
Can you say Metal? Luke Easter does more singing/screaming on this disc in true old school thrash fashion ala Chuck Billy and less growling which suits me just fine. I really think this is Tourniquet at their best.
From: staybrite   ( Date: September 23, 2006 at 0:23
First Tourniquet album I ever bought and still my favorite. Great song writing on this album. Very technical & professional.
From: Joram   ( Date: May 31, 2007 at 8:33
my favourite tourniquet album. the lead guitar is incredible- so is the sped up classical riff on Drawn and Quartered. all the song are good.
From: jesse   (---.) Date: March 4, 2008 at 15:36
one of the most frighteningly heavy albums ever recorded! a perfect 10/10.
From: Rexreed   ( Date: September 25, 2009 at 4:04
One of the best Metal albums EVER. Fantastic arrangements, top notch recording. You will be listening to Restoring Over and over. Guest guitarist Marty Friedam from Megadeth on a couple tracks. This record is perfection. Your mom will not understand...

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