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A Cold Day in Hell

Winds of Plague

Type:
Demo
Release date:
June 27th, 2005
Catalog ID:
RR07
Label:
Recorse Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 70%)
1. A Cold Day in Hell 01:13   instrumental
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2. Anthems of Apocalypse 05:30   Show lyrics
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3. Legions 03:26   Show lyrics
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4. The Day After 04:30   Show lyrics
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5. One Body Too Many 03:46   Show lyrics
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6. Brotherhood 03:30   Show lyrics
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7. Full Chamber Roulette 06:30   Show lyrics
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8. Pack of Wolves 03:33   Show lyrics
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9. Tomorrow Is Not a Promise 04:11   Show lyrics
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10. Dead on the Dance Floor 07:10   Show lyrics
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Band members
Johnny Plague Vocals
Nick Eash Guitars
Nick Piunno Guitars
Kevin Grant Bass
Jeff Tenney Drums
Chris Cooke Keyboards
Guest/Session
John Mishima Vocals (track 6)
David Richardson Vocals (track 3)
Paul Salem Vocals (track 10)
Miscellaneous staff
Scott Stilleta Producer, Mixing, Mastering
Jordan Blanco Artwork
Johnny Plague Vocals
Nick Eash Guitars
Nick Piunno Guitars
Kevin Grant Bass
Jeff Tenney Drums
Chris Cooke Keyboards
John Mishima Vocals (track 6)
David Richardson Vocals (track 3)
Paul Salem Vocals (track 10)
Scott Stilleta Producer, Mixing, Mastering
Jordan Blanco Artwork
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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.

Recording information:

Recorded in May 2005.
Produced by Scott Stilleta.

Added by: SurroundedByDisgust Modified by: GuardAwakening
Added on: 2005-08-17 12:53:46 Last modified on: 2017-02-23 04:38:35