Threatcon Delta

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Threatcon Delta
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Studio album by
ReleasedJanuary 16, 2003
Genre Heavy metal, speed metal
Label Metal Mayhem
Producer Neil Turbin

Threatcon Delta is the debut studio album by American heavy metal vocalist Neil Turbin. The album was released in 2003 on Metal Mayhem Records, and contains twelve original tracks and two remakes. [1] 25 different musicians appear on the album, including members of Dio, Rough Cutt, M.S.G. and Quiet Riot.


Threatcon Delta has been described as "true heavy metal" [2] and "a definite throwback to the 80s thrash era" by some reviewers.

Track listing

1."Wake Up Call" Neil Turbin 0:24
2."Cut To The Chase" 2:51
3."What You Can't Control" 3:28
4."Sick Of It All" 3:04
5."Keep The Fire" 3:52
6."The Truth is The Best Lie" 3:49
7."Blue Screen of Death" 3:03
8."Dolly Dagger" (Jimi Hendrix cover) 3:40
9."Rat Race" 3:33
10."Vigilante Justice" 2:50
11."Touch Too Much" (AC/DC cover) 4:32
12."Wrecking Ball" 3:35
13."Dog Eat Everything" 2:42
14."Piece of Me" 3:15


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