ANNIHILATOR: All for You CD Enhanced with rare video footage (6 clips) & drum takes Dream Theater drummer!! Check videos
All for You is the tenth studio album by the band Annihilator. It was released in 2004 and was the first album to feature Dave Padden on vocals. It was also the second to feature Mike Mangini on drums.
1. “All for You” 4:29
2. “Dr. Psycho” 7:03
3. “Demon Dance” 5:12
4. “The One” 4:35
5. “Bled” 6:20
6. “Both of Me” 8:08
7. “Rage Absolute” 4:46
8. “Holding On” 4:06
9. “The Nightmare Factory” 5:40
10. “The Sound of Horror” 7:40
+ Enhanced with rare video footage that features drum takes by the current Dream Theater drummer!! 6 clips!!!!!!
All songs written and composed by Jeff Waters.
Jeff Waters – guitars, bass, backing vocals. Lead vocals on “Holding On”, intro on “Dr. Psycho”
Dave Padden – vocals
Mike Mangini – drums
Curran Murphy – 1st Solo in “Both of Me”
Joe Bongiorno – Dirty guitar riff at the end of “The One” and a bridge lead riff in “Nightmare Factory”
5.0 out of 5 stars give it time,
Jeff Waters as always is amazing, the riffs this man writes and the solos he pulls off always bring a wide grin to my face. The heavy songs on here are so fast and so heavy its sick and the soft songs are well done and daves clean voice is really nice. Mike Mangini (now Dream Theater) is the most amazing drummer I’ve ever heard and his playing really helps to put this album over the top. so basically if you’re an Annihilator fan you’ll probably like this. if you’re not then this is a good place to start it’ll give a good idea of the different sides of Jeff’s writing.
5.0 out of 5 stars A LITTLE DIFFERENT . . . BUT ALWAYS GOOD .
I’ve been a fan of Annihilator since teh Alice In Hell days, and every CD that is released by Annihilator is just a little different. There is no argument that Jeff Waters is a very talented musician. But this CD took a few listenings before I really got into it. My favourite songs are: Dr. Psycho, Bled, Holding On (really nice ballad) and The Nightmare Factory. Jeff Waters has a twisted (psychological)sense with his lyrics, and it always keeps the songs interesting. However this new CD did remind me a bit of Pantera and old Slayer.
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Annihilator Disc In Years!!,
I first heard of Annihilator when they opened up for Testament in support of Alice In Hell. I’ve been hooked since. While Jeff Waters has never disappointed me, the last few albums have not made it into heavy rotation on my playlist. But, All For You will be there for quite some time. Jeff is back to playing great leads and rhythms, the song writing is much improved and the new singer is awesome. He sounds like Clark Brown from Geezers “Black Science” release. Do NOT miss this disc. If you like Annihilator, you’ll LOVE this new one. Buy it NOW!!