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Black Label Society

1919 Eternal

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 2002

Label: Spitfire Records

Catalog Number: 176

Average Rating: 75 / 100 (1 rating)

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Black Label Society 1919 Eternal Album Cover

Personnel
Christian Werr Drums
Craig Nunenmacher Drums
Robert Trujillo Bass
Zakk Wylde Guitars, Bass, Vocals
Tracks
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
  
Total Running Time:  60:14

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Existing comments about this CD

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.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 16, 2021 at 19:40
The album was supposed to have been inspired by Zakk's father (born in 1919) and his experiences in World War II. As such, there's a very grim, gray atmosphere to the disc, with Zakk's lyrics (never the cheeriest) dwelling on impending doom, and rushing toward it stone-faced. That's inasmuch as the lyrics mean anything at all. Where the hell is the bass? The guitars are tuned to drop-C on most songs (as on every BLS album), but that doesn't compensate for the bass being virtually inaudible. The stink of steroid-sweat is especially pervasive on this album, as Zakk really cements his fanbase among a self-consciously macho crowd who would rather drink beer, lift weights, shoot guns, ride motorcycles and/or beat each other up for fun than do most anything else. Including getting laid (note the stern warning against the dark powers of evil women at the beginning of "Refuse To Bow Down").

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 16, 2021 at 19:47
Zakk's crowd began to be full of the type of guys in your town who are always banging away at that gun-range in the woods, grunting grotesquely under the weight bar in the gym, and whose idea of a great joke is kicking one another in the balls. Forget a motorcycle club. These guys were waiting for the call-up to join the Oath Keepers.


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