October 28, 2018

Vio-Lence - Nothing To Gain (1993)

Country: U.S.A.
Genre: Thrash Metal
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© 1993 Bleeding Hearts Records
AllMusic Review by Eduardo Rivadavia
Vio-Lence didn't so much progress as wait for their singer, the vocally challenged Sean Killian, to catch up to their musical onslaught. And this he finally did on the band's third and final album, Nothing to Gain. 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. So whilst mosh-pit friendly jigs like "Atrocity," "Killing Words," and the furious "Twelve Gauge Justice" rank with their most technically accomplished material to date, nothing here compares to their classic "Serial Killer," in terms of over the top thrashing. Guitarist Robb Flynn soon took the hint, and quit the group to launch the very successful Machine Head.

tags: violence, vio-lence, nothing to gain, 1993, flac,


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