Release date: 1988
Style: Bay Area thrash metal

Rating:

7.9 | 12 votes

Owners:

19 have it
6 want it


01. Trial By Fire [edited version]
02. Nobody's Fault [Aerosmith cover]
03. Reign Of Terror


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Limited edition 12"



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Timelord - 26.07.2014 at 05:01  
Rating: 9 I still have this 12" in NM condition. Picked it up to hear some new material. Glad I did because Reign of Terror wasn't on "The New Order" and only other version was live. Pretty rare and hard to find(used to be anyway pre-ebay ). I have never known anybody personally that has this.
Marcel Hubregtse - 26.07.2014 at 13:51  
 
Written by Timelord on 26.07.2014 at 05:01

I still have this 12" in NM condition. Picked it up to hear some new material. Glad I did because Reign of Terror wasn't on "The New Order" and only other version was live. Pretty rare and hard to find(used to be anyway pre-ebay ). I have never known anybody personally that has this.



Reign Of Terror should already have been on The Legacy. How could they leave their best track off their debut album? Totally beyond me. But Reing Of Terror's best version is still the one on the demo (when the band was still called Legacy) featuring Zetro as vocalist.
Timelord - 27.07.2014 at 00:01  
Rating: 9
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 26.07.2014 at 13:51

Written by Timelord on 26.07.2014 at 05:01

I still have this 12" in NM condition. Picked it up to hear some new material. Glad I did because Reign of Terror wasn't on "The New Order" and only other version was live. Pretty rare and hard to find(used to be anyway pre-ebay ). I have never known anybody personally that has this.



Reign Of Terror should already have been on The Legacy. How could they leave their best track off their debut album? Totally beyond me. But Reing Of Terror's best version is still the one on the demo (when the band was still called Legacy) featuring Zetro as vocalist.


I agree 110%! I could be wrong as my memory is somewhat cloudy on exact song list. My first time seeing Testament was when they were opening for Anthrax on the 'Among the Living" tour. My information was wrong as I was led to believe Cro-Mags and Metal Church were the openers. Hanging out with Scott,Frankie and Joey backstage (which was the alley behind the theater lol) I found out the openers were some local GLAM band called "Everyone's Daughter" and Testament. I had no clue who they were and I had just finished smoking with Louie and Greg on the bus lol. 'The Legacy" had only been out a few weeks I was a bit annoyed and bummed because I was looking forward to The Cro-Mags. HOLY SHIT!!! was my reaction when Testament hit the stage and Chuck Billy's first words were "Are you ready for some musical death!!??" That sealed the deal right there for me. Back to my real point- I think they did play Reign of Terror that night. I only say this based on my memory of Chuck introducing the song. I didn't know any songs having not heard them before(that was short lived as I bought "The Legacy" next day)
Marcel Hubregtse - 27.07.2014 at 00:29  
 
Written by Timelord on 27.07.2014 at 00:01

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 26.07.2014 at 13:51

Written by Timelord on 26.07.2014 at 05:01

I still have this 12" in NM condition. Picked it up to hear some new material. Glad I did because Reign of Terror wasn't on "The New Order" and only other version was live. Pretty rare and hard to find(used to be anyway pre-ebay ). I have never known anybody personally that has this.



Reign Of Terror should already have been on The Legacy. How could they leave their best track off their debut album? Totally beyond me. But Reing Of Terror's best version is still the one on the demo (when the band was still called Legacy) featuring Zetro as vocalist.


I agree 110%! I could be wrong as my memory is somewhat cloudy on exact song list. My first time seeing Testament was when they were opening for Anthrax on the 'Among the Living" tour. My information was wrong as I was led to believe Cro-Mags and Metal Church were the openers. Hanging out with Scott,Frankie and Joey backstage (which was the alley behind the theater lol) I found out the openers were some local GLAM band called "Everyone's Daughter" and Testament. I had no clue who they were and I had just finished smoking with Louie and Greg on the bus lol. 'The Legacy" had only been out a few weeks I was a bit annoyed and bummed because I was looking forward to The Cro-Mags. HOLY SHIT!!! was my reaction when Testament hit the stage and Chuck Billy's first words were "Are you ready for some musical death!!??" That sealed the deal right there for me. Back to my real point- I think they did play Reign of Terror that night. I only say this based on my memory of Chuck introducing the song. I didn't know any songs having not heard them before(that was short lived as I bought "The Legacy" next day)



Apparently the version of Reign of Terror as featured on this e.p. was already recorded during the The Legacy sessions but somehow didn't make it on the debut album.

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