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|1.||A Cold Day in Hell||01:13||instrumental|
|2.||Anthems of Apocalypse||05:30||Show lyrics|
|4.||The Day After||04:30||Show lyrics|
|5.||One Body Too Many||03:46||Show lyrics|
|7.||Full Chamber Roulette||06:30||Show lyrics|
|8.||Pack of Wolves||03:33||Show lyrics|
|9.||Tomorrow Is Not a Promise||04:11||Show lyrics|
|10.||Dead on the Dance Floor||07:10||Show lyrics|
|John Mishima||Vocals (track 6)|
|David Richardson||Vocals (track 3)|
|Paul Salem||Vocals (track 10)|
|Scott Stilleta||Producer, Mixing, Mastering|
The music found 5 minutes into the background of "Dead on the Dance Floor" is the theme from The Terminator films in which they transposed into a breakdown, and been copied by countless bands since.
In that same song, a voicemail message is heard from an upset woman. The woman heard in the message was actually guitarist Nick Eash's ex-girlfriend speaking to guitarist Nick Piunno's ex-girlfriend which was the result of the band members pranking her into a dramatic misunderstanding.
"One Body Too Many", "Legions", "A Cold Day in Hell" and "Anthems of Apocalypse" were re-recorded for Decimate the Weak.
Recorded in May 2005.
Produced by Scott Stilleta.