Icons of Evil

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Icons of Evil
Vitalremains-iconsofevil.jpg
Studio album by Vital Remains
Released April 3, 2007
Recorded December 2006
Studio Mana Studio, in St. Petersburg, Florida
Genre Death metal
Length 67:19
Label Century Media
Producer Erik Rutan
Vital Remains chronology
Horrors of Hell
(2006)Horrors of Hell2006
Icons of Evil
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars [1]
Blabbermouth (7.5/10) [2]

Icons of Evil is the sixth album by Vital Remains. It was released in April 2007. The sample in "Where is Your God Now" is taken from the Mel Gibson film The Passion of the Christ and from William Peter Blatty's The Exorcist. Icons of Evil is the last album to feature vocalist Glen Benton and guitarist Dave Suzuki.

The album cover art is actually a modified depiction from a scene in the film The Passion of the Christ where Jesus is nailed to the cross.

Track listing

All tracks written by Tony Lazaro and Dave Suzuki.

No. Title Length
1. "Where Is Your God Now" 1:54
2. "Icons of Evil" 7:35
3. "Scorned" 8:42
4. "Born to Rape the World" 8:11
5. "Reborn... the Upheaval of Nihility" 7:43
6. "Hammer Down the Nails" 6:12
7. "Shrapnel Embedded Flesh" 6:48
8. "'Til Death" 9:14
9. "In Infamy" 6:17
10. "Disciples of Hell" (Yngwie Malmsteen cover) 4:54
Total length: 67:19

Personnel

Vital Remains

Production

  • Shawn Ohtani – engineer
  • Erik Rutan – producer, engineer
  • Alan Douches – mastering
  • Kris Verwimp – artwork, cover art

References

  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. Icons of Evil at AllMusic
  2. ^ Blabbermouth review
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