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Hardcore, Gabber
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Album · 1998 · 11 Songs. More By Ultraviolence. See All. Blown Away 94-04. Heaven Is Oblivion - Single.

8. Killing God. 9. Strangled. Other productions from Ultraviolence (UK).

Killing God is a very good cd from Johnny Violent. it's a big jump to the new kind of songs, very (happy)-hardcore-gabber fashioned, in the style of "Adultery". its understandable that old fans could feel a little disappointed. It was an evolution that all could wait when we first heard "Psychodrama"

As expected, Killing God is an entire album of one-note hardcore anthems with nothing more than a brief vocal sample to recommend them. Track titles like "Bombs in My Head," "Immolation" and "Paranoid" tell the whole story here.

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Download ultraviolence - killing god torrent or any other torrent from the Audio Music. Tracklist: 01 Dawn 02 Adultery 03 Paranoid 04 Still 05 Bombs In My Head 06 Facilitator 07 Masochist 08 Killing God 09 Strangled 10 Horror 11 Immolation. Get this torrent PLAY/STREAM TORRENT ANONYMOUS DOWNLOAD.

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1 Dawn 3:58
2 Adultery
Vocals – Ava Hunt, Didi Goldhawk, Stinky
3 Paranoid
Written-By – Ward*, Butler*, Osbourne*, Lommi*
4 Still
Vocals – Johnny Violent, Laurie Dayil, Stinky
5 Bombs In My Head
Vocals – Didi Goldhawk, Johnny Violent, Stinky
6 Facilitator 1:57
7 Masochist
Vocals – Ava Hunt, Johnny Violent, Laurie Dayil
8 Killing God
Vocals – Ava Hunt, Johnny Violent, Kevin Pacey, Laurie Dayil
9 Strangled
Vocals – Marc Heal, Sally Allan
10 Horror
Vocals – Marika
11 Immolation
Vocals – Johnny Violent

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Intercord Record Service – IRS 996.191
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Earache Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Earache Records Ltd.
  • Glass Mastered At – Docdata


  • Design [Sleeve By] – Rare
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Jonathan Casey
  • Guitar [Samples] – Shaun Douggan
  • Mastered By – Noel*
  • Performer [Live Angle Grinding] – Rog
  • Recorded By [Vocals] – John Paul*
  • Written-By – Johnny Violent (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 11)


A sticker on the front of the jewelcase mentions the following;

Johnny Violent's darkly emotional industrial-techno embraces both classical and mainstream sounds. Features the techno-metal classic PARANOID.
A decadent and disturbing soundtrack for the 21st century. Mosh 191".

Engineered and mixed at Ultraviolence HQ in 1996/1997.
Vocals recorded at Rubber Biscuit Studios.
Mastered at Transfermation.

The "Mastered By" ["Glass Mastered at" credit at LCC area] is found in the CD inner ring.

℗ & © 1998 Earache Records Ltd. Manufactured and printed in the EC.(printed on backside of artwork).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 018615 119128
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MOSH191CD ▪ MASTERED BY DOCDATA
  • Label Code: LC 2164
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI LAE1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MOSH 191 CD Ultraviolence Killing God ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Earache MOSH 191 CD UK 1998
MOSH 191 CD Ultraviolence Killing God ‎(CD, Album) Earache MOSH 191 CD US 1998

Johnny Violent, I hate you. This CD drives me mad. There is great material on here, dont get me wrong, but its inconsistencies and start/stop track arrangement make me grit my teeth in agony. The album starts with Dawn, a nice intro track that gets things off to a good start with its heavily digitized orchestral arrangement layered with nice hardcore techno drum-programming (the typical Psycho Drama, and later, Ultraviolence sound which I thuroughly enjoy). We are now treated to, Adultery complete with a sampler-fucked, acidic bassline and rave-diva vocals by Didi Goldhawk. Ultraviolence creates disturbing vibes extremely well by enlisting the help of female vocalists who sing with a pleasure-in-pain mentality of self-destruction, and abuse (These bitches love it when you hurt them). Top this with more digitized strings and amp-the-club-up vocal chants by Stinky and this becomes an exceedingly fun track to listen to. Track 3 is where things get screwed up for me. A cover of the Black Sabbath classic, Paranoid. WTF, mate? I enjoy this song more than I could have ever imagined, but in terms of making a cohesive album, it screws the flow up horribly. The fact that it is placed at track 3 (the typical spot where a record label would squeeze what it thinks will be a successful single) is no surprise to me as this was released on the label Earache. What better to make this hard techno more accessible to its typical metal-head listeners than the cover of a metal classic? NO. Anyways, Still is up next. I absolutely love this song. The terrific modulation of a thick, overdriven kick layered with shrieks, breakbeats, more vocals from Stinky, nice rompler strings, and the introduction of vocalist, Laurie Dayill, make me entirely forget about the previous track. Wonderful. A very good track. Tick-tock, tick-tock... Track 5; Bombs in My Head, with its double-timed kick, toyed-with breakbeat, screaming, & uber-distorted lead, a wonderfully-dismal atmosphere is created which is broken up nicely by some more vocals by Ms. Goldhawk. Next we have a short instrumental track titled, Facilitator, that nicely uses some powerful synth samples and variatons of crunchy/clean kicks which lead us into the staccato stings of the best track on this release, Masochist. The fast tempo, distorted kick, female vocals ("Hurt me baby!"), choppy breakbeat & twisted synthline are great ingredients that arrange into a well developed song. A+ track. With Killing God, Ultraviolence kills God. Brutal sampled guitar riffs, more vocals from Mr. Violent himself similar to those on the previous tune, and an up-the-tempo-'til-explosion ending make this a very satisfying stomper. A great song to name the record after. Strangled is where things get sketchy once again. It would have been a great track if not for the exact sample used in the song, Paranoid, which comes in late, never leaves, and extremely outwears its welcome. Why? The voicing doesn't fit (at all) and gets in the way of some terrific vocals, ruining what could have been 4:43 of good music. Second to last we have Horror. An almost acapella track employing the voice of, Marika. This would have worked well as an intro song to another, but nestled in between silence and being under 2:00 it just seems to be out of place and hidden as though the artist doesn't know what to do with it. Lastly we have Immolation, a song using the same powerful synth sample as Facilitator, and the same vocal(ish) sample as Dawn. Goddammit. It seems as though the track was created out of boredom when creativity was running low, leaving a bad taste in my mouth after listening to an album that could have been a classic if it had been mixed more like a techno record and less like a metal one. All things considered, buying this CD is worth it for the tracks, Adultery, Still, Bombs in My Head, Masochist, and Killing God. Ultraviolence cleared up a lot of the problems I had with Psycho Drama by making the songs a complete thought and trashing the concepts that got in the way of the music. The weakest tracks are crammed at the end of the record, making a complete listening session a dissatisfying experience. My recommendation: DO NOT listen to this in one sitting (unless you enjoy being tortured as many of the characters here do).