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Refresh the Demon
Annihilator
Refresh the Demon
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
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Fifth in a series of six reissues of selected Annihilator back catalogue via Earache housed in a custom slipcase sleeve. Originally released in 1996 `Refresh the Demon' features 11 ripping tracks of riff-heavy thrash - ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Annihilator
Title: Refresh the Demon
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sanctuary Records
Original Release Date: 4/18/2000
Release Date: 4/18/2000
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Style: Thrash & Speed Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 060768628823

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Fifth in a series of six reissues of selected Annihilator back catalogue via Earache housed in a custom slipcase sleeve. Originally released in 1996 `Refresh the Demon' features 11 ripping tracks of riff-heavy thrash - and now includes 3 bonus tracks, which in this case are demo versions of classic Annihilator tunes! Earache. 2010.

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Solid Annihilator Metal
Rigor Mortis | 12/06/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Refresh the Demon is another one of the 'Jeff Waters solo project' Annihilator albums, but still manages to kick a liberal amount of ass. Darker and faster than King of the Kill, Refresh the Demon is peppered with heavy thrash songs as well as slower metal songs. Ultraparanoia, Pastor of Disaster, and Syn. Kill 1 represent the heaviest end, while the wicked upbeat thrash of City of Ice and the addictive Hunger round out the other end. A Man Called Nothing is arguably one of the cooler songs written in this period, blending several different styles and sounding cool as hell. The weakest songs here are actually the title track, which doesn't live up to its name, and Innocent Eyes, an out of place ballad. I like most of the songs on this album, and it has a heavier feel overall than King of the Kill, but it's nowhere near the band's classic releases."