Time Does Not Heal

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Time Does Not Heal
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Studio album by Dark Angel
Released February 19, 1991
Recorded September-October 1990
Studio Front Page Recorders, Costa Mesa, California
Genre Thrash metal, progressive metal
Length 67:07
Label Combat
Producer Terry Date
Dark Angel chronology
Live Scars
(1990)Live Scars1990
Time Does Not Heal
(1991)
Decade of Chaos
(1992)Decade of Chaos1992
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Time Does Not Heal is the fourth studio album by Dark Angel, which was released in 1991. When the album was released, it came with a sticker, reading "9 songs, 67 minutes, 246 riffs!". Time Does Not Heal was Dark Angel's final album before their break up in 1992. Work on a follow-up album, under the name Atrocity Exhibition, was prepared, but never advanced past a few demos.[1][2] In 2007, the band Exodus released an album with the title The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A, named after the novel of the same name by J.G. Ballard. Time Does Not Heal was also Dark Angel's only album with former Viking guitarist Brett Eriksen, who replaced Jim Durkin two years earlier.

Reception and awards[edit]

Time Does Not Heal was ranked at number five on Loudwire's top ten list of "Thrash Albums NOT Released by the Big 4".[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Time Does Not Heal" Gene Hoglan, Brett Eriksen, Ron Rinehart 6:40
2. "Pain's Invention, Madness" Hoglan, Eriksen 7:44
3. "Act of Contrition" Hoglan, Eriksen 6:10
4. "The New Priesthood" Hoglan, Eriksen 7:15
5. "Psychosexuality" Hoglan, Eriksen 8:56
6. "An Ancient Inherited Shame" Hoglan, Rinehart 9:16
7. "Trauma and Catharsis" Hoglan, Rinehart 8:22
8. "Sensory Deprivation" Hoglan, Eriksen 7:36
9. "A Subtle Induction" Hoglan, Eriksen, Rinehart 5:06

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gene Hoglan Says Dark Angel Reunion Will 'Never Happen' at Metal Underground
  2. ^ Dark Angel at voicesfromthedarkside.de
  3. ^ "Top 10 Thrash Albums NOT Released by the Big 4". Loudwire.com. October 8, 2015. Retrieved October 9, 2015.