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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Spitfire Records
Catalog Number: 176
Christian Werr Drums|
Craig Nunenmacher Drums
Robert Trujillo Bass
Zakk Wylde Guitars, Bass, Vocals
|1. ||Bleed for Me ||5:31|
|2. ||Lords of Destruction ||5:11|
|3. ||Demise of Sanity ||3:23|
|4. ||Life, Birth, Blood, Doom ||4:21|
|5. ||Bridge To Cross ||5:49|
|6. ||Battering Ram ||2:22|
|7. ||Speedball ||0:58|
|8. ||Graveyard Disciples ||3:20|
|9. ||Genocide Junkies ||5:53|
|10. ||Lost Heaven ||4:24|
|11. ||Refuse To Bow Down ||4:53|
|12. ||Mass Murder Machine ||5:47|
|13. ||Berserkers ||5:06|
|14. ||America the Beautiful ||3:16|
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|Total Running Time:|| 60:14|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 27, 2013 at 16:01|
|Here is where BLS starts to transition from what they were on Sonic Brew and Stronger Than Death, to what they would become on later albums. The tunes are still heavy as all hell, but not quite as sludgy and thick. "Demise Of Sanity" and "Genocide Junkies" are easily the disc's top spots, moving along at an unusual clip and with the best hooks so far in the band's catalog. Other good tracks include the faintly industrial "Bleed For Me," "Lords Of Destruction," "Life, Birth, Blood, Doom," and heavy stompers "Graveyard Disciples" and "Mass Murder Machine." This time out, the ballads are pretty forgettable, except for a spine-tingling acoustic rendition of "America The Beautiful." No cussing on this album, after tons of it on the first two, for what that's worth.
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