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Destroy Everything, Worship Nothing

(Suicide Machines)

Livewire 22

Released on October 20, 2009

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Detroit based punk and thrash unit Hellmouth have announced that their debut album Destroy Everything, Worship Nothing will receive the vinyl treatment form Livewire Records. While the band has been a target of protest by Catholic Priests, they have pressed 666 albums: 500 on black and 166 on blood red on heavyweight vinyl.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Pick A Coffin  0%
2 Overtime In A Shark Cage  0%
3 Pawnshop St. Christopher  0%
4 Heathen Son In The Eyes Of Blood  0%
5 Oblivion & Utopia  0%
6 Blackest Of Voids  0%
7 Dust  0%
8 Crooked Teeth  0%
9 Drop Out & Destroy  0%
10 Praying For Plague  0%
11 God's Forgotten Children  0%
12 More Fire  0%
13 Blood Of Pigs  0%
14 The Masters Have Poisoned The Slaves  0%
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Dan from Wausau, WI 
Dec 2 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars

So this is what i heard, and turns out its fucking true. After the Suicide Machines broke up the lead singer Jay Navarro was pretty pissed and quote on quote Disillusioned with the record industry for obvious reasons and what have you. But this is what came about all of that Hate, and discontent, and rage. And all i can say is... Its fucking great. The album was hard as fuck. Some of the most angry thrashy sounding punk Ive heard in the longest of time.

Id recommend picking this up, its pretty cheap too. And it was numbered out of 666, and im not to sure how long it will be around.

Its a gate-fold, the wax is black and the art is beautiful and glossy, and they threw in a print of some cool art for you to hang on the wall. Pretty fucking rad of them to put together such a fantastic record with all the extras that mean a lot to me.

Yup, Fucking Buy This.

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Jesse from Lacombe, AB Canada 
Jul 4 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars

A fast hardcore/thrashy album. I like it, its always intense and the songs vary throughout the album. The singer is from the Suicide Machines, but don't expect any ska or clean vocals though.

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