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Premeditated Murder
Thrash, Industrial, Death Metal
FLAC vers. size:
1994 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1353 mb
WMA vers. size:
1706 mb
Other formats
4.2 ★

Album starts at 76BPM, ends at 126BPM (+50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Malhavoc.

This album is not about senseless violence but the internal struggle to find peace". The 1989 film Der siebente Kontinent (mispelled Der Sebente Kontinent in the liner notes) by Michael Haneke is cited as the main influence behind this album. The version of "Dead" on the original release caused Epidemic Records to be sued in court for use of Led Zeppelin and (apparently) Rolling Stones samples.

Not On Label (Malhavoc Self-released).

Each Malhavoc CD is different. The Release is speed metal; This album is slowed down a bit; Get Down was more like early NIN and the Lazarus Complex is Electronica. But James Cavalluzzo doesn't sound like anyone else. There are 2 versions of Premed Murder. One with an 'opening' theme and one without. Theme" borrowed a sample from the rap track "it takes two".

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Album · 1991 · 14 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.

com - the ultimate metal music online community, from the creators of progarchives. Loss of Control) (4:15) 7. Kill (Dislocated) (4:45) 8. Dead (2:17) 9. Extro (1:32) 10. Beginning the End (4:09) 11.


A1 Languish 4:01
A2 Solitude 6:08
A3 Crusade 5:36
A4 Conspiracy 4:57
A5 The L.O.C. (Loss Of Control) 4:14
A6 Kill (Dislocated) 4:45
A7 Extro 1:33
B1 Beginning The End 4:09
B2 Age Of Dark Renaissance 1:39
B3 Urban Grandier 4:22
B4 Dunwich Horror 4:57
B5 Empirical Minds 6:48

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Epidemic Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Devotion Records
  • Published By – Epidemic Publishing
  • Licensed From – Metal Blade Records
  • Marketed By – Music For Nations
  • Distributed By – Music For Nations


  • Cover [Cover Artwork] – Drazen
  • Engineer – Matt 'Sweet' Di Matteo* (tracks: A1 to A4), Rob Sanzo (tracks: A5 to A7)
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Josh Joudrie (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Mastered By [Metalwork] – MAX*
  • Mixed By – James* (tracks: A1 to A7), Josh*, Matt*, Rob* (tracks: A5 to A7)
  • Music By, Lyrics By, Performer – James Cavalluzzo
  • Performer – Dave Kiner, Rob Wright , Steve Crowhurst, Steve Jelliman
  • Producer – Brian Taylor (tracks: B1 to B5), James Cavalluzzo (tracks: A1 to A7)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5020083201915
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): DVN-19-A, MAX.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): DVN-19-B, MAX.
  • Rights Society: SOCAN

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EPCD92-12 Malhavoc Premeditated Murder ‎(CD, Album) Epidemic Records EPCD92-12 Canada 1992
9 45098-2 Malhavoc Premeditated Murder ‎(CD, Album) Metal Blade Records 9 45098-2 US 1992
none Malhavoc Premeditated Murder ‎(14xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Malhavoc Self-released) none Unknown
none Malhavoc Premeditated Murder ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) King's Records none Bulgaria Unknown
45098-4 Malhavoc Premeditated Murder ‎(Cass, Album) Metal Blade Records 45098-4 US 1992

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Malhavoc is (they are still active, apparently) an historical Canadian metal band. Rising from Toronto, they claim to be among the very first to mix heavy guitars with "industrial" electronics. This album is an interesting compendium of their early recordings (dating back to the mid-late 80s') and their later, more experimental sound. "Beginning The End" (1985), "Age Of Dark Renaissance" (1987) and all the other songs on side B sound like the average thrash/death band of that period, the only distinctive feature being James Cavalluzzo's ultra-filtered vocals. Side A, recorded in 1992, is much more interesting, as Malhavoc abandon the predictable heavy metal style to try something different: using drum machine, occasional synths, repetitive guitar riffs and hypnotic structures, they moved onto the industrial metal territories of bands such as Godflesh or Sonic Violence. The results are interesting, especially in "Languish", "Solitude", the excellent "Kill (Dislocated)", and the surprising "Crusade", a song that could have become an underground hit, due to its melodic lines (despite Cavalluzzo's trademark vocals) and catchy rhythm. An excellent proof of the Canadian's band evolution.