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Raging Violence

Hirax

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 1985
Catalog ID:
MBR 1045
Label:
Metal Blade Records
Format:
Vinyl
Reviews:
5 reviews (avg. 90%)
Side A
1. Demons - Evil Forces 03:25   Show lyrics
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2. Blitzkrieg Air Attack 02:08   Show lyrics
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3. Guardian Protector 01:37   Show lyrics
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4. Bombs of Death 01:47   Show lyrics
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5. Defeat of Amalek 03:08   Show lyrics
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6. Raging Violence 02:53   Show lyrics
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7. Call of the Gods 01:20   Show lyrics
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Side B
8. Warlords Command 02:39   Show lyrics
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9. Suicide 02:37   Show lyrics
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10. Executed 01:40   Show lyrics
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11. The Gauntlet 02:03   Show lyrics
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12. Destruction and Terror 02:33   Show lyrics
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13. Destroy 01:07   Show lyrics
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14. Bloodbath 01:55   Show lyrics
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Band members
Katon W. de Pena Vocals
Scott Owen Guitars
Gary Monardo Bass
John Tabares Drums
Miscellaneous staff
Bill Metoyer Engineering
Brian "Pushead" Schroeder Cover art
Tom G. Warrior Logo design
Bill Metoyer Engineering
Brian "Pushead" Schroeder Cover art
Tom G. Warrior Logo design
Read Quite Possibly the Fastest... 90% aces_high January 27th, 2009
Read Excellent Debut Album 87% Mungo February 17th, 2007
Read Named perfectly for... 88% Gutterscream February 18th, 2005
Read Extraordinary thrash! 93% Cup_Of_Tea January 12th, 2005
Read Horns Up For The Old School! 90% corviderrant February 12th, 2004

Re-released together with "Hate, Fear and Power" on "Not Dead Yet" Compilation

Recording information:

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