Aerial View

Aerial View is the fourth studio album by the German band Blackmail. The album was released on Friday, January 13, 2006 under City Slang Records. The album is noted for its harsh guitar melodies and mellow vocals. Crediting the album release, the band's website released a promotional e-card with full-length previews of the songs. It was also released with a limited edition DVD containing music videos of the song "Moonpigs" and "Everyone Safe"

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