Former VIO-LENCE and current MACHINE HEAD guitarist Phil Demmel has posted the following message on the official VIO-LENCE web site:
"All of us former VIO-members want to thank you all for your interest and support of the band. From early days to the final reunion shows, we've always had a very loyal following and owe all the success we achieved to you. The [upcoming] DVD serves as our final release and function as a band. There will be no more re-releases, reunions or re-anything. We had a blast writing and performing for you and once again, wholeheartedly, thank you all for it."
Megaforce Records reissued VIO-LENCE's classic debut album, "Eternal Nightmare", with a live bonus CD in June 2005. The bonus disc was recorded on December 14, 2001 at Slim's in San Francisco and was mixed by Chris Hanson (TECHNOCRACY, THE SERVANTS, M.I.R.V., RIVERRED) of Redcar Lane Productions.
VIO-LENCE's lineup on "Eternal Nightmare" included vocalist Sean Killian, bassist Deen Dell, drummer Perry Strickland, and guitarists Phil Demmel and Robb Flynn (both now in MACHINE HEAD).
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