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Thursday, August 20, 2020

Vio-Lence - "California Über Alles" [Metal & X-Core]

California Über Alles

"California Über Alles" music video by Vio-Lence
Added: 20-08-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : Vio-lence - "California Über Alles” (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

Producer: Violence
Engineered and Recorded: Christian Olde Wolbers
Mixed: Christian Olde Wolbers and Wesley Seidman
Additional Editing by Jon Howard
Mastered: Wesley Seidman

Lyrics: Jello Biafra and John Greenway
Sean Killian- Vocals
Perry Strickland-Drums
Phil Demmel- Guitars
Bobby Gustafson- Guitars
Christian Olde Wolbers- Bass

Video credits:
Directed By: Scott Kirkeeng
Produced By: Scott Kirkeeng
Edited By: Dan Brown


San Francisco's Vio-Lence were one of the late arrivals to the '80s thrash metal party, and while they bore all the regular sonic traits of the genre, they never really had the chance to develop in the short time allotted to them.

Eternal NightmareFormed by guitarist Robb Flynn after his departure from fellow Bay Area thrashers Forbidden, Vio-Lence also featured vocalist Sean Killian, guitarist Phil Demmel, bassist Dean Dell, and drummer Perry Strickland. Heavily influenced by thrash pioneers Exodus, the band often chose raw aggression over the more technical style of peers like Death Angel and Forbidden. Despite Killian's vocal shortcomings (the singer seemed incapable of keeping up with the rest of the group's frenetic pace), the band's 1988 debut Eternal Nightmare had more than its share of bright moments. This couldn't be said for their mostly lackluster 1990 follow-up, Oppressing the Masses, nor 1991's Torture Tactics EP, however, and the band fell apart after the recording of 1993's Nothing to Gain.

Robb Flynn would quickly resurrect his career with a new band -- the well-received Machine Head, while Demmel and Dell would go on to form Torque.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Vio-Lence