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  • Vinyl (6 April 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Spv
  • ASIN: B001PU8NEY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 101,996 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Refresh the Demon
2. Syn. Kill 1
3. Awaken
4. The Pastor of Disaster
5. A Man Called Nothing
6. Ultraparanoia
7. City of Ice
8. Anything for Money
9. Hunger
10. Voices and Victims
11. Innocent Eyes
12. The Box (Bonus Track)
13. Riff Raff (Bonus Track)

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By Mr. H TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Mar 2009
Format: Vinyl

Another batch in the SPV / Steamhammer 25th birthday celebrations, and it's more metal manna all round with this set. First up, some classic Jeff Waters.

ANNIHILATOR - King Of The Kill

This is quite an odd one in Annihilator history, as it's to all intents and purposes a Jeff Waters solo album, as he stepped up to the microphone for the first time, with only drummer Randy Black for company. So there was no room for anyone called Randy Rampage, Freddy Fury or Andy Aggrieved this time around.

I'm not a huge fan of Waters vocals, so this isn't an album I've played a lot over the years, although, to be fair, there is some muscular metal on offer, as Waters takes out his frustrations on the world, and his ex record company. Listening again, after all this while, I am impressed with `The Box', the title track and `In The Blood', so I reckon it will get a few more spins this time around.

Released as a lovely double album in gatefold sleeve, it also comes with two bonus tracks in the shape of `Only Be Lonely' and `Slates' as well as some spoken comments from Jeff Waters, filling out Side 4 of the album, as it makes its debut on vinyl.

ACCEPT - Breaker

Album number three from the German metallers, this originally came out back in 1981, and was an album chock full of anger, if vocalist Udo Dirkschneider is to be believed. Well, breaking three microphones and writing a song about your record company called `Son Of A Bitch' isn't exactly indicative of a fluffy bunny record.

This was the record that really started to break Accept internationally, as they toughened up their sound into what became an instantly recognisable style.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. S. Sears on 22 April 2004
Format: Audio CD
This was the first Annihilator album i got... and wasnt dissapointed. Theriffage of the title track and 'Pastor of Disastor' is just brutal, andthe over-all delverance brilliant. The first 6 songs are just pure thrashmetal indulgence... but the remaining songs trail off a bit. The remainingsongs are a bit more punk-edged. The last song is a melody, and im up fora melody, but this one is a bit to lovey-dovey sounding for my liking.
Still these songs are good, and the album is a definate 'buy'.
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Annihilator's remastered Refresh the Demon is absolutely worth buying if you lost the album back in the 90ies. Supreme album.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Another awesome Annihilator 26 Mar 2001
By Stevie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This Annihilator cd is worth every cent. And if you have not heard this one . Unlike the earlier one's this one Jeff did all this by himself. He said that there were some rough times that he was going through and wanted this album done alone. But it is still the same Annihilator style as before just without a band.It has the intensity of the other's and just as good. I have to recommend it to anyone that is in the mood for some Metal thrash with a lot of melody to it. This is the one for you.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Back on track. This album rocks 10 April 2004
By "hawkwinter" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Oh yeah! When Refresh the Demon starts you know you made a good purcahse. One of the best Annihilator songs right of the bat, but wait, it keeps going, Pastor of Disastor has to be one of the top 5 Annihilator songs of all time and Ultraparanoia, Awaken, Syn Kill 1 and The Box are all great. A Man Called Nothing really works well and it's definately a great song. I even dig Innocent Eyes, it's a great reflection of Jeff's honesty in his music.
The album isn't perfect, the crappy City of Ice and Anything for Money really don't fit on this rather heavy album.
Another Jeff solo project, but a definate improvement over King of the Kill.
Definately add this to your collection
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Solid Annihilator Metal 6 Dec 2005
By Rigor Mortis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Refresh the Demon is another one of the 'Jeff Waters solo project' Annihilator albums, but still manages to kick a liberal amount of ass. Darker and faster than King of the Kill, Refresh the Demon is peppered with heavy thrash songs as well as slower metal songs. Ultraparanoia, Pastor of Disaster, and Syn. Kill 1 represent the heaviest end, while the wicked upbeat thrash of City of Ice and the addictive Hunger round out the other end. A Man Called Nothing is arguably one of the cooler songs written in this period, blending several different styles and sounding cool as hell. The weakest songs here are actually the title track, which doesn't live up to its name, and Innocent Eyes, an out of place ballad. I like most of the songs on this album, and it has a heavier feel overall than King of the Kill, but it's nowhere near the band's classic releases.
Highly recommended!! 23 Aug 2007
By Metalizer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Jeff Waters has to be one of the best shredders in the business. The leads he incorporates into his songs are sensational. My copy has an added track called "The Box" also on King Of The Kill which also rocks. Just listen to the perfection of the lead in that song alone. I've been an Annihilator fan for years and this CD shows who really runs the band. Pastor of Disastor and A Man Called Nothing are my favorites but this CD really never lets up. If you enjoy the other Annihilator CD's you can't go wrong!!
good tunes 29 Aug 2007
By Sean T. Haidul - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
one thing that amazes me about jeff waters is his drive to continue no matter the situation ....... even if he had to do everything solo (remains). i love his voice and guitar work on this album, still has the early thrash feel before the circuis diablo years which are great in their own right ....... but feels like a whole different band. highlights are the title track, syn. kill 1, ultraparanoia and city of ice.
if u love annihilators early efforts this is a must have.
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