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Eternal Nightmare (2CD) Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, Original recording reissued

4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (30 Sept. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks, Original recording reissued
  • Label: Megaforce
  • ASIN: B0009OUBMO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 159,663 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Eternal Nightmare
  2. Serial Killer
  3. Phobophobia
  4. Calling In The Coroner
  5. TDS (Take It As You Will)
  6. Bodies On Bodies
  7. Kill On Command

Disc: 2

  1. Liquid Courage
  2. Ageless Eyes
  3. Calling In The Coroner
  4. World In A World
  5. Officer Nice
  6. Subterfuge
  7. Kill On Command
  8. Phobophobia
  9. Bodies On Bodies
  10. I Profit
  11. TDS (Take It As You Will)
  12. Paraplegic

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I bought this masterpiece when it first came out in the UK in 1988. It thrashes and slashes from the opening bars of the title track and never lets up. Sean Killian's vocals are different - more of an aggressive "whine" than a typical thrash growl. That's not an insult either, because it's the vocals that set this apart from so many other albums of this ilk, Killians ultra fast delivery keeps you interested throught the album's 35 minutes.
Phil Demmel and Rob Flynn (both now with the improving Machinehead, particularly since Demmel has been aboard) never really excel themselves in the guitar virtuoso stakes but what they lacked in technical ability is more than made up for in aggression, pace and pure power.
If you want refined, overly produced material then look elsewhere because this is raw, heads down, no messing, Bay Area thrash metal at it's finest.
If Slayer's Reign in Blood is the most defining album of the thrash metal scene then Eternal Nightmare is the most defining of the Bay Area scene.
The original CD release on Mechanic is increasingly hard to come by, having been deleted years ago. So, take advantage of this re-release, put it in your CD player and go and break something.
The bonus live album is a welcome addition for all of us Vio freaks. There are some killer tracks missing but what remains is absolutely brutal. If you don't get the urge to launch yourself of a nearby stage while listening to the likes of Kill On Command and Paraplegic then you must be in a coma somewhere. "STIR THIS ************ UP!"
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I've not got much to add to what other reviewers have already said - there are some pretty 'spot-on' reviews here. I first bought this when I was 18 on recommendation from a friend who was in a thrash band at the time. He said 'if you want to buy one great album today then buy this' whilst we were in the local record shop. I bought it on cassette - and proceeded to wear it out because I played it to death. I then bought it on vinyl, and now have it on cd. Purely and simply this album just kills relentlessly from start to finish - and I feel it does epitomise 'thrash' and all that was/is great about thrash. It's nearly perfect in every sense and it picks you up and throws you against the wall! Apart from the guy who urged me to buy it, all my other friends hated Vio-lence, always moaning about the vocals etc - but I love the vocals and I think they really suit this album. However, my friends at the time would also not go beyond Metallica and Anthrax, so my Testament, Exodus, Heathen and Forbidden albums also made them cry - they just didn't 'get' the real Bay Area thing! This album is for 'real' thrashers only - and it's a real lesson in how thrash should be played! If I was forced onto a desert island and only allowed to take one thrash album it would definitely be this one! PS - the bonus live cd with this release is pretty good too!
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I bought this masterpiece when it first came out in the UK in 1988. It thrashes and slashes from the opening bars of the title track and never lets up. Sean Killian's vocals are different - more of an aggressive "whine" than a typical thrash growl. That's not an insult either, because it's the vocals that set this apart from so many other albums of this ilk, Killians ultra fast delivery keeps you interested throught the album's 35 minutes.
Phil Demmel and Rob Flynn (both now with the improving Machinehead, particularly since Demmel has been aboard) never really excel themselves in the guitar virtuoso stakes but what they lacked in technical ability is more than made up for in aggression, pace and pure power.
If you want refined, overly produced material then look elsewhere because this is raw, heads down, no messing, Bay Area thrash metal at it's finest.
If Slayer's Reign in Blood is the most defining album of the thrash metal scene then Eternal Nightmare is the most defining of the Bay Area scene.
The original CD release on Mechanic is increasingly hard to come by, having been deleted years ago. So until the remixed album is released in early '05 (hopefully) watch out for fakes.
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Vio-lence were one of the second wave Bay Area Thrash Metal bands that came out in the late 80s, and are perhaps most famous these days for having had both Rob Flynn and Phil Demmel together in a band before Machine Head. Not that you could really tell if you hadn't been told beforehand; this isn't really an album to go out and buy on the Flynn/Demmel virtue alone however, this is a serious piece of classic Thrash Metal very much in the style of the time.

Eternal Nightmare, their seven track long debut studio album was released in 1988, one of the most celebrate years amongst Thrash enthusiasts, and has went on to become something of a cult classic and fan favourite. Today the album still remains arguable the go-to record for potential Vio-lence converts.

The production is solid, there are a lot of great riffs and guitar solos and the music is often ludicrously fast, this album is a serious contender for the "fastest album that still sounds musical" crown. At seven tracks, the record is strong, lean and there is no filler or weak material to spoil you enjoyment.

Not everybody will love every single facet of the album however; Sean Killian's vocals are famously in the "love them or hate them" category and the lyrics and gang-style backing vocals are of their time, which is either part of the main appeal or a slight obstacle.

If this sort of thing isn't going to put you off then Eternal Nightmare is definitely an album you will want to give a try, this is a prime example of Bay Area Thrash at its finest and I highly recommend it to fans of this particular musical niche.

***If you can try and get the recent reissue, which comes with a bonus disc featuring the twelve track live concert from 2001 called `Live At Slims,' which is of a very high quality for bonus content.***
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