Fueled By Fire - Spread The Fire (Bonus Tracks) [Colored Vinyl] [Remastered] | RECORD STORE DAY

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Fueled by Fire's explosive debut album, "Spread the Fire," was produced in 2006 on Metal Blade Records and contained nine scorching tracks. This thrash metal powerhouse has honed their sound into a blazing force reminiscent of '80s speed metal icons like Slayer, Overkill, and Testament. Now for the first time ever, Spread the Fire is available on denim vinyl, a perfect compliment to your denim battle jacket. Housed in black poly-line sleeve this collectors grade vinyl is must-have for your vinyl collection. This album is a beast, I promise you, now completely mastered for vinyl. You're gonna need some big speakers for this one. Originally released by Annihilation Records with different artwork and only 9 songs, this vinyl includes the bonus tracks "Chaotic Punishment" and "Put To Death" found on the later Metal Blade Version. The band's journey began modestly in 2002, when drummer Carlos Gutierrez and guitarist Sal Zepeda joined forces. With the addition of bassist Adrian Gallego and vocalist Rick Rangel, the lineup was complete. However, as time passed, Gallego departed, prompting Rangel to switch to bass and the recruitment of new vocalist Ray Fiero. Expanding their roster, they brought in a second guitarist, with Rangel shifting to guitar duties and new member Anthony Vasquez taking up the bass. This lineup solidified for a year until Jovanny "Gio" Herrara assumed vocal duties. Shortly after, they recorded their debut demo, "Life... Death... And Fueled by Fire," which helped secure them a gig at the renowned Whisky a Go Go, launching them into the L.A. metal scene.