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Eternal Decision

Ghost In The Machine

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Year: 1998
Label: Godfather Records
Catalog Number: 999999
Rating: 7.70 out of 10. (10 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Kirk drums, label owner
Joe lead vocals, bass
Tommy guitar, background vocals
Cory guitar, background vocals
Tracks
1.  Breaking  
2.  Strength  
3.  Ghost in the Machine  
4.  Killing Me  
5.  Thru This Pain  
6.  Blindsided  
7.  Scar  
8.  Alien  
9.  Beyond  
10.  Without Shelter  

Existing comments about this CD

From: Doug Luttrell   (IP unknown) Date: June 27, 2003 at 1:29
This band should be in the Hard Rock or classic Metal category not speed/thrash metal . The songs Thru this Pain and Without Shelter are excellent on this CD . ED3 is out but its not listed is there any reason for that . Maybe at this site they don't update it very often . 1st Sin is my favorite off ED3 . This Band Rocks
From: Scott   (IP unknown) Date: January 7, 2004 at 14:22
This CD does NOT sound like Metallica. The ONLY similarity is in the vocals of Joe Chambless. Since the band had 2 vocalists on this CD, there isn't even the vocal similarities on some songs. A good heavy album with touches of thrash and modern groove rock. Good stuff, but NOT a Metallica clone! http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/eternaldecision.html
From: Mike L   (---.gd-ns.com) Date: March 18, 2005 at 13:54
This 2nd album is great as well. They keep it interesting throughout. The whole album doesnt sound like one long song like a lot of bands are doing these days. It's hard to pick a favorite song on this one. A highly recommended disk.

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