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These dying people Screaming for their lives Sadistic killers Ignoring all their cries Ruling Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare You will see their death Millions of souls You Eddie And The Movements Time Is Running Out taken their breath Science projects, should we kill the rest?
Tell us quickly, which way's the best? Thanks to chaossphere for sending these lyrics. All lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only. The guitars are thick, the drums Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare pounding and sharp. AIR Le Voyage Dans La Lune, bludgeoning bass fattens the sound even further, permitting the songs to blast through the speakers and echo off Larry Bright New Dimensions walls.
A competent mix really gives this album an edge in terms of desired effect. Pure aggression is the best way to explain the feel of Eternal Nightmare. Each riff has the Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare to kill.
Not once does the album show any mercy. The result happens to be a collection of energetic, ambitious tunes; warfare personified by the crushing sound of thrashing madness. Unfortunately, the band forgot one key element. Now, listen to my story rather, read it : The introduction to the title track was a light kick to tenderize the balls that were soon to be bludgeoned. Upon hearing the main riff vomit through the speakers, masochistic Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare overcame all bodily senses.
A wall of brutal, yet sophisticated noise smashed into my sternum. The drums carried each scathing note at supersonic speed with the atypical pattern made popular by the hardcore bands of the early eighties. My lord what an experience in pleasurable agony it was. I gripped the sides of my chair and prepared for the thrashing experience of my life.
And then…the first vocal line reached my ears. Almost immediately, I lost bladder control. Imagine seeking out a vocalist to sing to the backdrop of Mozart and choosing a rapper. Vio-lence must have been jerking off when they decided on a glorified punk singer to fill the role of menacing front man story over.
Each and every song is partially neutered by the sub par vocals. Moments after the previously mentioned art of sonic homicide, Sean ruins Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare effect in Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare instant. It cannot be stressed Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare how greatly a mismatched vocalists damages the pure, tantalizing anger Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare Nightmare offers in terms of instrumental perfection: riff after brilliant riff: head smashing, pulsing drums: all destroyed each time Sean opens his mouth.
To make matters worse, the vocal Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare themselves are repetitive and lifeless. Gammacide made the same Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare, but their music was not as impressive in the first place. Nuclear Assault had a punk-style singer, but their riffs were rooted in punk, so the vocals fit better. Vio-lence; however, wrote talented songs based on pure Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare akin to Dark Angel.
With a Don Doty at the helm, Eternal Nightmare would have placed in the top five thrash albums of all time. Fuck Vio-lence for choosing such an annoying dick-stain to Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare their band. Eternal Nightmare is the ultimate tease in heavy metal history.
With a fitting singer, this album is a 97 or When I Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare of thrash Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare that gets excessively fawned over to the point of derangement, I think Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare Vio-lence and their notorious debut Eternal Nightmare.
That Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare to say that Eternal Nightmare is a bad album. That would involve ignoring or brushing aside a lot of the things that it excels at. And it does have a lot to Donna McGhee Do As I Do Mr Blindman on terms of blistering rushes of energy and mad-moshing riffage. But Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare this thing heralded as an unassailable masterpiece whose flaws are either nonexistent or hardly there strikes me as both annoying and dishonest.
Though, I guess this album Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare a testament to how far you can get with a load of great riffs and some blistering pacing, even if other things are going wrong. His voice Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare comes off as an obstacle to what is otherwise some fantastic instrumentation. His middle school-sounding Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare also clashes a lot with the tone of the music which is way gnarlier and more aggressive than he could ever hope to be.
Aside from Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare bleeding guitar flurries of Flynn and Demmel, one of Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare biggest assets that Vio-lence have at their disposal is drummer Perry Strickland.
This guy can put out consistently overdriven tempos and make his kit crack so well that it makes any of the build-up passages or mosh-oriented sections into something that makes you want to get up and run like a maniac. The gang shouts Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare a lot of these songs and deliver good spiking bits of fierce emphasis, serving as a show of might and a great rallying call.
Speed is key to Eternal Nightmare. How well that speed gets utilized is also what sets many of the songs on this album apart from each other on terms of quality. Memorability is a mixed bag on here where speed is king, and the riffs are as densely packed as they are. Though where the Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare shines through, it does so with the force of the thundering tempo propelling it, rather than impeding or obscuring it. Vio-lence handles this speed with mostly favorable results even if it does lose a bit of its form in the process.
Eternal Nightmare is Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare case of strong mixed feelings for me. Where this album excels, it does so with the strength of a car crusher. Eternal Nightmare Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare an excellently written and pummeling thrash album that easily loses itself to the Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare of speed and could be classic if only Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare very fastest riffs were a bit better defined and the vocalist had more force, depth, range, or rhythm.
The praise it gets is somewhat deserved, but it does have issues. To be fair, doing a critical review about Vio-lence's debut is much easier than doing one for Entombed's Left Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare Path as I Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare yesterdaysince there is no pioneering spirit about Eternal Nightmare - absolutely nothing progressive - Jimi Hendrix Loose Ends your idea of progression is the band Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare how far through your skull Sean Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare rabid vocals can knock the riffs of Phil Demmel and Robb Flynn.
Basically, this album is about refining thrash rather than doing anything new with it, which by the time rolled around was probably not a sensible choice, but oh well. After all, I'm the only guy on this website who doesn't like Ride the Lightningso I'm not all for tinkering Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare the basic formula, even though I also don't think that thrash generally has a wide enough appeal to make most albums consistently interesting.
Since it's time to be critical, it would be extremely foolish of me not to head straight to the main bone of contention with this album, which is Sean Killian's voice and the largest reason why any fan of metal would be turned off Eternal Nightmare. Barring the vagina with teeth on the cover, of course. People have mentioned before - extensively - that the man Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare sing and I'm sure Simon Cowell would agree within the first 10 seconds of his audition simply by shaking his head and saying firmly, "No.
Go home. If you wrote the lyrics down they would look more like a paragraph from your lawyer than anything approaching poetic form. The actual lyrics aren't bad at all actually, Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare slightly over-the-top tendencies of 'T. Take It As You Will ' and 'Phobophobia' certainly suiting the manic approach and matching the speed of the riffing, which is still the top cause of car accidents involving long-haired males in the Bay Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare.
Nevertheless, Killian's tone is the distilled form of punk rock beating up Dave Mustaine's snarl, meaning that his constant presence can be like a really annoying friend. Case in point: the kind of friend who just suddenly interrupts whatever it is that you happened to Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare talking about and slews in with his own take on the given subject at hand, sometimes making points relevant to the discussion but really just talking because he likes the feeling Esquivel And His Orchestra Infinity In Sound excitement when he Leroy Hutson Hutson II really fucking fast and it's just occurred to me that Sean Killian would probably make a pretty fine Olympic swimmer because those guys need to hold their breath for a long time sometimes and of course speed is a prime factor for any kind of athlete though I would imagine that Killian would probably be involved in a doping scandal because his pace really isn't natural at all guitar solo and he might be banned from the sport but would then get Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare sponsorship deal for something maybe Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare energy drink but it doesn't matter just that his fame would be mostly based around his somewhat annoying tendencies.
Let's talk about the other Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare for a bit. You would probably expect me to take the piss out of Machine Head for a while if I'm trying to make people see the weakness of this album, but actually I want to mention Perry Strickland, who is frankly put in a very difficult situation regarding his duties on Eternal Nightmare.
When the band drop into mid-pace - Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare, rather, a less frantic fast pace - for the mid-section of the song, the diversity of beats and the addition of some fills is much tastier and leaves the immense gang vocal shouts of the title sticking out a mile from the forgettable opening. Since most mewithoutYou Catch For Us The Foxes the songs are longish five of them reach five minutes the riffing doesn't always have quite enough diversity to make all the parts memorable either, meaning that if you were played a clip Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare several verse riffs from 'T.
That's not to say of course that the riffing isn't absolutely fantastic for the majority of the time, with every song having at Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare one movement to rip your head off and teleport it to Sudan, quite often coupled with an Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare of some riff idea or other, plus several excellent solo sections.
The closing moments of 'Kill on Command' do exactly that, smashing the same riff into Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare gear through repetition at ascending pitches, though you would be hard pressed to better the massive groove that begins at in the title track or the utter onslaught of pace and heaviness that takes 'Serial Killer' into speed metal realms. Interestingly, Dean Dell is a big part of the latter, playing his Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare in a more standard heavy metal style than his bandmates, though still remaining absolutely frenetic in his engineering of another element to the sound.
He gets a little solo in 'Eternal Nightmare' too, which sets up the second guitar lead in great style. Therefore, there are some brilliant moments and even a Lalo Schifrin Cool Hand Luke Original Soundtrack Recording of ingenuity in the mixture, though another criticism of the album is that sometimes it takes a bit long for some songs to build up a foundation before beginning to cash in on the formula.
With only seven songs and a 35 minute runtime, Eternal Nightmare is certainly not overlong or hiding filler, though the structure of the songs is more predictable than the chaotic style would firstly suggest. Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare again, Vio-lence delivered one of Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare best relentless thrash albums with their Aphex Twin Cheetah EP and it's worth mentioning that this is a hell of a lot of fun and shouldn't be mixed with caffeine or oration contests for the safety of the public.
Besides, it's probably better to aim for perfection with one thing than settle for decency with several. It's a yes from me, Simon. Eternal Nightmare is one of a rare breed of classic thrash albums which managed to remain super focused, concise, and energetic throughout its entire playtime, partly because that length itself was used as a boon. Reign in Blood would be the prime example of the form, and rightly so, but here Vio-lence offers less, and longer tracks.
There is no fluff, no excessive padding here, no attempts to dramatically shake the listener's mood back and forth throughout, and its brevity was always a virtue on car rides, daily jogs with my Walkman, or executing the types of whacks hinted at through some of the lyrics.
I'm kidding on that last one. Well, I assume I'm kidding, it might have been true for some person or persons out there, but the point still stands Speaking of 'starting gates', the opening to the titular "Eternal Nightmare" might just win the award for Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare tune which most puts me in the mindset that I'm about to participate in a bull fight, or to stroll out into some gladiatorial match, the sun just starting to rise above the upper levels of some colosseum onto the jeering crowds, and the sands beneath.
It's only about 30 seconds until the faster licks arrive, but just with those opening, clashing chords and the belligerent melody that rides in on them, you know you're in for a massive melee, and that the band is already living up to its moniker. It's as if equal parts testosterone and kerosene have been translated into pure audio form, the envy of six Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare pizza-thrashers years later Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare would try to emulate this along with their favorites from Exodus, Suicidal Tendencies, Forbidden, Nuclear Assault and Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare.
Because when I was a teenager myself, still rusty with the six strings, Eternal Nightmare is the Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare sort of album I'd sit around trying to pattern out Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare the limited education I had on that instrument. The very essence of thrash's evolution from its punk and trad metal roots into something distinctly more keen edged and abusive.
A whirling, whipping cloud of razors that haven't gathered any rust even as I sit listening so many years after its Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare. The album places its mid-paced or 'breakdown' sections perfectly, like around in "Calling in the Coroner", Sean Killian spouting out his post-vehicular-homicidal narratives over a total moshing of a riff. You want to Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare your neck around so much to parts like this that you'd end up on the back of the ambulance with the other remains.
The brighter, more melodic picking progressions sprawled across the Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare in places like the intro to "Phobophobia" were always fresh and memorable, well in line with the better material from their Bay Area peers but recognizable to Vio-lence alone. There's also not a lot of dissonance over this album, Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare all bright and sharp and bloody.
Atmosphere is delegated more to the combative Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare of the riffing and the imagery manifest through the lyrical themes of murder, injustice and mental instability. Killian's voice, which has long been the band's most divisive factor, took a higher pitched, malicious and manic approach that you'd Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare have heard outside of Bobby Blitz.
Various Time Will Make A Change often raise the pitch, over and over, through individual verse lines, like a preacher in heat to his sermon.
Somewhat nasal delivery, but unlike say a Joey Belladonna, there was a lot more aggression and unrest packed into it. An 'I'm on the edge of flipping my shit' aesthetic.
When you contrast that style against the gang shouts or the meatier rhythm guitars, it definitely stands out, so I'm firmly planted in the camp that enjoys him. The rhythm Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare here is also incredibly impactful, Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare kinetic and pumping drums, plenty of fills to clutter up the performance so that it teeters on the verge of the more extreme styles being put forth by several of his Californian peers.
Bass lines do largely conform to the rhythm notes a lot but at least the tone is strong and not subdued, capable of Schaltkreis Wassermann Psychotron off on its own when there is less business on the strings above it.
There Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare some blistering guitar lines Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare tunes like "T. Even if not entirely memorable or technically impressive, this is arguably the best way to write them Just let those man-chemicals well on up from the vital organs and drip out Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare the fingers and joints to the frets.
Production is honed, metallic, Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare suits the band's energy level perfectly, giving all the guitars and vocals just that much more of an edge This album is a killer through and through, there might be riffs throughout that sink it just a fraction below perfection, but it is thrashing royalty nonetheless, mandatory for both 80s enthusiasts and anyone else who values the idea of a fire lit under their ass when listening to metal, the feel of shit about to throw down.
While this silly and cheap hyperbole can be applied to a multitude of albums, here it really sticks — because rarely will you hear such Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare spastic, unabashed riff-fest of a thrash album.
Many bands come close, but sometimes they often seem too preoccupied with injecting unnecessary ballads, slow atmospheric parts, catchy vocals, and sing-along choruses into the mix. Unlike some of their more well-known Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare Area thrash compatriots, Vio-Lence never lose sight of what is important. What should be this album's objective weakness is really its true strength — in that it is really isn't Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare more but a large pile of riffs; quality riffs that take what came before and build off the next, creating a patchwork of an unrelenting sense of hyperactive chaos and urgency throughout.
Although they offer virtually nothing innovative, and do not try to, the band surely does what they do better than most, and their sound is unmistakable. Vio-Lence take the pre-established, gleaming thrash aesthetic of Bay Area bands like Testament and Exodus, inject much more of the raw, hardcore punk influences of the East Coast thrash fair of the likes of Anthrax, Nuclear Assault and Overkill, and slather it with much of the Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare intensity and blinding speed and aggression of Slayer or Dark Angel; though Vio-Lence is arguably as thrashy, heavy, unhinged, riff-dense and interesting as the sum of those bands combined.
The album has hit that rare jackpot in which the production seems to fit in that nice valley Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare unabashed raw authenticity and studio cleanliness, leaning more on the gritty side of things. Dean Dell's bass is Ennio Morricone The GoodBad And The Ugly Main Title The Ecstasy Of Gold audible and pungent, and drummer Perry Strickland's crazed and gimmick-less bass-snare assault is really fucking loud in the mix, which completely adds to the album's signature sound, and for that I am truly thankful.
Some may call it sloppy, I call it amazing. None of the songs have sing-along choruses, rather the refrains are often accompanied by Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare gang-shouts by the rest of the band. Though not overtly technical or progressive, the guitar-work here is fairly complex — primary Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare Phil Demmel and relative newcomer Robb Flynn employ a fairly wide array of Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare rhythms and styles, often within the same riff or section, ranging from blunt tremolo patterns to more rhetorical hooks, to complicated, rapid shredded styled fretboard riffing gymnastics.
The riffs are so excellently put together that most of them are highly distinct and memorable despite their sheer velocity and relative intricacy. Rather than routinely cycling through strict verse-chorus structures with ad Eddie Boyd And His Blues Band Featuring Peter Green Eddie Boyd And His Blues Band repetition between a limited number of riffs, some parts undergo compulsory rhythmic and textural variations, rapidly shuffling back and forth between a set of riffs within their vast and unpredictable pallet of material, creating a blurred sense of rushing tension and organized disarray.
While the band will on minute occasion slow down with some more mid-paced, muscular guitar-work, the album still, by-and-large, smacks you around with a Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare array of manic speedball riffage. This one is for fans looking for a beefed-up, hardcore tinged, million-riff mayhem ventured within the leagues of 80's Sepultura or Demolition Hammer, with the animated and fun-loving ethos of Exodus or even Anthrax. On Command! This Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare is like buried treasure.
Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare the dick-hardening year that wasnew thrash bands began to sound a little generic. The scene started to Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare increasingly crowded and at a loss for fresh new sounds and ideas.
That oversaturation is how thrash DIED, kids. So what? An album can be good and unique without breaking any new ground. There are some pretty obvious Exodus influences here, namely in the dual guitar work, but the execution sounds much tighter.
Oh yeah, and the bass is actually audible. Good work! Without trying anything breathtakingly new, Vio-lence managed to take existing Bay Area tropes and make them their own. This IS quite a good album. They had the chops. They could have Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare a contender. Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare debut album 'Eternal Nightmare' comes thrashing on the waves with sheer brutal force.
Do not expect anything less starting from the first song until the very last. Vio-lence had one thing in mind and that was to blow your fucking face off with their crushing riffs and obnoxious attitude. A band very close between its members and above all, incredibly ambitious. This shows in Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare tightness as a band and in the unmitigated power each song contains on this epic album.
Anyways, getting back to the album I can confirm this is a thrash metal classic without a single doubt and is up there in comparison with the other heavy weights. The album starts brilliantly with self titled track 'Eternal Nightmare'. An Vio Lence Eternal Nightmare which draws you in immediately and only elevates as it continues. The riffs are fast, chunky and essentially catchy.
Mid break-down with chanting backing vocals is sure to hook any thrash loving human being. Vio-lence is definitely a priority, but that's just a step I haven't It's hard, because you have this comeback, and then you play the songs, and you want to be good.
I don't want to put out something that Lethal Kemistry Yaga Yung Gunshot Reverse as good as Eternal Nightmare or some of the songs from Oppressing. I want to have something that's quality.
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