Violent Demise: The Last Days is the third album by American heavy metal band Body Count, released in 1997. It is the last album to feature drummer Beatmaster V, who died of leukemia following the recording of the album, which is dedicated to him.
Among other subjects, the album features songs focusing on topical subjects such as the O. J. Simpson murder case ("I Used To Love Her") and Dr. Jack Kevorkian ("Dr. K"). The cover art depicts the hand signs of the gangs Bloods and Crips, which the band's initials, "B.C." stand for.