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Category: Technical Speed/Thrash Metal
Label: Relentless Records
Catalog Number: HINC003
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David White Vocals|
Lee Altus Guitar
Ira Black Bass
Michael Jastremski Drums
Darren Minter Drums
Additional Performances By
Jason Viebrooks Bass Tracks 1,2,3
Thaen Rasmussen Guitar Tracks 1,3,4
Marc Biedermann Bass Track 4
Manny Bravo Bass Tracks 6,7,8,9
Lee Altus Bass Track 5
Doug Piercy Guitars 6,7,8,9
|1. ||Death On Two Legs ||4:01|| ||Cover: Queen|
|2. ||The Holy War ||5:03|| ||Cover: Thin Lizzy|
|3. ||In Memory Of... ||5:21|
|4. ||Hellbound ||3:50|| ||Cover: Tygers of Pan Tang|
|5. ||Eye of the Storm/Opiate of the Masses Demo Version ||3:21|
|6. ||Hypnotized ||7:23|
|7. ||Opiate Of The Masses ||7:29|
|8. ||Timeless Cell ||5:08|
|9. ||Mercy Is No Virtue ||6:03|
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|Total Running Time:|| 47:39|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: July 19, 2006 at 11:28|
|1/2 covers, 1/2 re-recorded tracks from Victims of Deception. It gave me hope that there would be a new Heathen CD in the future. Two years later and we are still waiting. In the meantime we have his metal monster to keep us occupied.
|From: Metal T
||Date: October 10, 2013 at 16:25|
|Worth it alone for their awesome covers of Thin Lizzy's 'The Holy War' and Tygers Of Pan Tang's Hellbound.Great band,one of my faves from the bay area along w/ Forbidden,Vio-lence and Exodus.
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