Remains (Annihilator album)

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Remains
Annihilator - Remains.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 21, 1997
Recorded1996
GenreIndustrial metal, thrash metal, groove metal
Length49:28
62:28 (2000 re-rerelease)
LabelMusic For Nations, CMC International
ProducerJeff Waters
Annihilator chronology
In Command
(1996)
Remains
(1997)
Criteria for a Black Widow
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars [1]

Remains is the sixth studio album by Canadian heavy metal band Annihilator, released on July 21, 1997 by Music For Nations and CMC International. All instruments were performed by Jeff Waters following the dissolution of the previous line-up. However, John Bates and Dave Steele make an appearance on "No Love" on guitars and vocals respectively, with Steele also appearing on "Wind". The album features a more industrial-oriented sound and also features a drum machine. Remains was the last album for 18 years (until Suicide Society) to feature lead vocals by Waters on an Annihilator album.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Jeff Waters, except where noted.

No.TitleLyricsMusicLength
1."Murder"  4:26
2."Sexecution"  4:34
3."No Love"John Bates 4:45
4."Never" Jeff Waters, Mike Leakey5:14
5."Human Remains"Bates 2:19
6."Dead Wrong"  5:12
7."Wind"  4:21
8."Tricks and Traps" Waters, Leakey4:59
9."I Want"  4:24
10."Reaction"  3:27
11."Bastiage"  4:43
12."It's You" (Bonus track)  5:32
13."Words from Jeff Waters" (Bonus track)  8:32

Personnel[edit]

  • Jeff Waters - Guitars, Bass, Vocals and Drum Programming
  • John Bates - Some guitar on "No Love"
  • Dave Steele - Some vocals on "No Love" and "Wind"

References[edit]