VIOLENT FORCE's 'Malevolent Assault Of Tomorrow' To Be Reissued

Metal Mind Productions will release a remastered edition of VIOLENT FORCE's "Malevolent Assault of Tomorrow" album on October 15 in Europe and November 5 in the U.S. (via MVD). According to a press release, the LP is "a first-class thrash experience, with insanely fast guitars and aggressive, energetic vocals — a reminder of the group's undying legacy. 'Malevolent Assault of Tomorrow' includes true metal masterpieces: 'Soulbursting', 'Vengeance and Venom' and 'Sign of Evil'." The CD will be made available as a digipack edition, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology and limited to 2,000 numbered copies.

"Malevolent Assault Of Tomorrow" (remastered) track listing:

01. Dead City
02. Soulbursting
03. Vengeance And Venom
04. M.A.O.T
05. What About The Time After?
06. Sign Of Evil
07. Violent Force
08. The Night
09. Destructed Life
10. S.D.I.


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