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Future of the Past (Vader album)

Future of the Past
Vader
Released December 3, 1996
Recorded Mar 1994-Sep 1996
Genre Death metal
Thrash metal
Length 36:15
Label Poland Koch Records, Metal Mind (reissue)
United States Century Media
European Union Impact
Japan Marquee Records, Avalon Records
Vader chronology

De Profundis
(1995)
Future of the Past
(1996)
Reborn in Chaos
(1997)

Future of the Past is a compilation album by the Polish death metal band Vader. It consists entirely of covers by various bands.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Outbreak of Evil (Cover: Sodom)"   2:05
2. "Flag of Hate (Cover: Kreator)"   3:11
3. "Storm of Stress (Cover: Terrorizer)"   1:15
4. "Death Metal (Cover: Possessed)"   2:38
5. "Fear of Napalm (Cover: Terrorizer)"   2:45
6. "Merciless Death (Cover: Dark Angel)"   4:05
7. "Dethroned Emperor (Warrior) (Cover: Celtic Frost)"   4:06
8. "Silent Scream (Cover: Slayer)"   2:56
9. "We Are the League (Cover: Anti-Nowhere League)"   2:35
10. "I.F.Y. (Cover: Depeche Mode)"   4:20
11. "Black Sabbath (Cover: Black Sabbath)"   6:19
Total length:
36:15

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Production

References

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