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|Released||January 27, 2017|
|Producer||Jeff Waters, Rich Hinks, Marty Sobb|
Triple Threat is a box set by Canadian thrash metal band Annihilator, released on January 27, 2017. It consists of a studio album solely featuring acoustic versions of many of the band's songs from over the years, a live CD featuring their set from the "Bang Your Head!!!" festival in 2016 and special editions feature a live DVD or Blu-ray.
Whereas Waters is known for recording all studio guitar and bass for Annihilator records himself, Waters said of this album: "This was one of the coolest things I have done in my long career. Having five people in a room, from all different backgrounds and talents, coming together to play songs from the past and to try to sound like we are one but totally live."
Live at the Bang Your Head!!! Festival
Unplugged: The Watersound Studios Sessions
Live At The Bang Your Head Festival
Unplugged: The Watersound Studios Sessions
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The following is the discography of Annihilator a Canadian thrash metal band founded in 1984 by vocalist, guitarist, bassist, songwriter, engineer, producer, mixer and mastering engineer Jeff Waters and former vocalist John Bates. They are the highest-selling heavy metal group from Canada in Canadian history, having sold more than three million albums worldwide, although most of their sales have been generated outside of the band's home country.
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Suicide Society is the fifteenth album by the Canadian heavy metal band Annihilator. It was released on September 18, 2015 by UDR Music, and is the first album to feature guitarist and bandleader Jeff Waters performing lead vocals on all tracks since 1997's Remains, due to the departure of vocalist and rhythm guitarist Dave Padden in December 2014. It also marks the return of bassist Cam Dixon, who toured with the band from 1994 to 1995, as well as the addition of new guitarist Aaron Homma, both of whom are credited with providing backing vocals in the liner notes.
For the Demented is the sixteenth studio album by Canadian thrash metal band Annihilator, released on November 3, 2017.
Ballistic, Sadistic is the seventeenth studio album by Canadian thrash metal band Annihilator. It was released via Silver Lining Music and Neverland Music on January 24, 2020, and was produced by group frontman Jeff Waters.