Attacker ‎– Battle At Helms Deep

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Metal Blade Records ‎– MBR 1034, Enigma Records (3) ‎– 72017-1
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Tracklist

A1 The Hermit 4:24
A2 The Wrath Of Nevermore 4:35
A3 Disciple 3:35
A4 Downfall 5:14
A5 Slayer's Blade 3:02
B1 Battle At Helmes Deep 3:58
B2 Kick Your Face 4:44
B3 Dance Of The Crazies 5:03
B4 (Call On) The Attacker 3:34

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Notes

"CLASSIC METAL THAT ASSAULTS THE MIND"

Front cover artwork has been voted as one of the worst Metal album covers of all time.
Insert has a group photo in which the drummer is pretending to cut his own head off with gardening shears.

Album title is listed as "Battle At Helmes Deep" on the 2 labels and on the spine. Front cover lists it as "Battle At Helms Deep".

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STEEL 63006, Sentinel Steel 63006 Attacker Battle At Helm's Deep(CD, Album, RE, RM) Sentinel Steel Records, Sentinel Steel Records STEEL 63006, Sentinel Steel 63006 US 1999 Sell This Version
MBR 1034, 72017-1 Attacker Battle At Helms Deep(Cass, Album) Metal Blade Records, Enigma Records (3) MBR 1034, 72017-1 US 1985 Sell This Version
RR 9750 Attacker Battle At Helms Deep(LP, Album) Roadrunner Records RR 9750 Netherlands 1985 Sell This Version
STEEL 63006 Attacker Battle At Helms Deep(CD, Album, Unofficial) Sentinel Steel Records (2) STEEL 63006 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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zippy72

zippy72

April 7, 2013
Give that the cover has been voted one of the worst of all time, it's a surprise that the cover is probably one of the best things about this record. Despite the clear Tolkien reference in the title "Battle At Helms Deep", judging by the lyrics of the song, I have a strong suspicion that they might not actually have read very much of Lord Of The Rings beyond the chapter titles.

The comment on the insert photo in the notes doesn't really do it justice. I would upload an image but the drummer trying to cut his own head off is really the only part of that photo that is safe for work, even if there has been some obvious airbrushing to the original image.