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vio-lence: Torture Tactics [EP]compact discs
Vio-lence: Torture Tactics [EP]

Release Date: Jul 12, 1991. Label: Megaforce. Genres: Hard Rock, Thrash, Heavy Metal. Number Of Tracks: 4. A stop-gap EP which adds nothing new to Vio-Lence's act, a one-trick-pony consisting mostly of straight-ahead, sub-Exodus Bay Area thrash metal.

POSTED: 03/31/2009 - 02:33 am

8.6
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vio-lence: Eternal Nightmarecompact discs
Vio-lence: Eternal Nightmare

Release Date: 1988. Label: Mechanic. Genres: Hard Rock, Thrash, Heavy Metal. Number Of Tracks: 7. Guitarists Robb Flynn and Phil Demmel manage to spark some excitement into the propulsive title track, the vicious "Kill on Command" and the raging crowd favorite "Serial Killer."

POSTED: 11/06/2008 - 02:32 am

9.2
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vio-lence: Oppressing The Massescompact discs
Vio-lence: Oppressing The Masses

Release Date: 1990. Label: Megaforce. Genres: Hard Rock, Thrash, Heavy Metal. Number Of Tracks: 12. Oppressing The Masses is all solid if somewhat cookie-cutter in arrangements.

POSTED: 11/09/2007 - 01:24 am

9.7
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vio-lence: Nothing To Gaincompact discs
Vio-lence: Nothing To Gain

Release Date: Nov 23, 1999. Label: Powerage. Genres: Heavy Metal, Thrash. Number Of Tracks: 9. Released to deafening indifference at the height of the '90s alternative rock revolution, this no-frills slab of workman-like thrash metal really never had a hope in hell.

POSTED: 11/09/2007 - 01:19 am

8.2
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