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Vio-lence - Eternal Nightmare

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Release date: 1988
Style: Bay Area thrash metal


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Disc I
01. Eternal Nightmare
02. Serial Killer
03. Phobophobia
04. Calling In The Coroner
05. T.D.S. (Take It As You Will)
06. Bodies On Bodies
07. Kill On Command

Disc II [2005 Reissue] [Live at The Slim's]
01. Liquid Courage
02. Ageless Eyes
03. Calling In The Coroner
04. World In A World
05. Officer Nice
06. Subterfuge
07. Kill On Command
08. Phobophobia
09. Bodies On Bodies
10. I Profit
11. T.D.S. (Take It As You Will)
12. Parapalegic

Top 20 albums of 1988: 15

Additional info
Reissued in 2005 by Megaforce with a bonus live CD recorded in 2001 at The Slim's.

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Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the quintessential thrash album. If you thought that Kill 'em All was relentless, then you obviously haven't heard this adrenaline-pumping masterpiece yet. Not even the pure speed and intensity of Reign in Blood can touch the fury of Vio-lence's 1988 debut album Eternal Nightmare. Led by present Machine Head guitarists Robb Flynn and Phil Demmel, along with the unique vocal contributions of Sean Killian, Eternal Nightmare is an album that will live on in thrash circles forever.

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18.04.2023 - 09:55
JoHn Doe

While i have warmed a bit to this album, I still think the vocals are terrible. Gang vocals/backing vocals help at times. Hats off to the guitar work and drumming here.
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