Release date
8 Aug 2013
Running length
10 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Necroshine 6:03 14,147
2 My December 5:01 8,142
3 Let Us Prey 6:41 7,249
4 80 Cycles 5:51 7,056
5 Revelation 4:41 7,013
6 Stone Cold Jesus 5:19 7,213
7 Forked Tongue Kiss 4:03 6,697
8 I Am Fear 4:31 6,658
9 Black Line 4:44 7,283
10 Dead Man 4:17 6,124

About this album

Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth - Vocals
D.D. Verni - Bass, Backing Vocals
Sebastian Marino - Guitars
Joe Comeau - Guitars, Additional Vocals
Tim Mallare - Drums

Japanese version contains the bonus track:
11. No Feelings

Necroshine is the tenth full-length album released by the Thrash Metal band Overkill in early 1999, on CMC International records.

Necroshine is a very varied album, departing from the band’s usual old-school Thrash Metal style. This won it much critical praise, but also criticism by parts of Overkill’s traditional audience.

It is the first Overkill album to feature a guest vocalist, with singer Blitz’s sister Mary Ellsworth performing background vocals on ‘Let Us Prey’ and a duet with Blitz on ‘Revelation’.

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  • DavCnuk

    Groove Metal done right!

    14 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Josantyago


    4 Dec 2011 Reply
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    18 Nov 2011 Reply
  • Fenrisulfrwolf7

    Must say I loved this album. It's a far better and more listenable album to me than the previous few like I Hear Black, WFO, and The Killing Kind. I love songs like Let us Prey with that power groove feel. Its a great album, and that's coming from a bloke who's used to hearing old Overkill!

    29 Jun 2010 Reply
  • tyrant666

    Great cd

    28 Jun 2010 Reply
  • sebadagostino

    Good album!

    20 Apr 2010 Reply
  • EADG76

    I love it!

    8 Apr 2010 Reply
  • tyrant666

    awesome cd

    26 Jun 2008 Reply
  • andy88

    The perfect mix of thrashin', groovin' and rock'n'roll!

    14 Jun 2008 Reply
  • GrantRS

    I don't think I have much to add really. A shade stronger than From The Underground and Below. Both good albums, neither comes close to their best though.

    1 May 2008 Reply
  • wormvortex

    Decent album, bloodletting is better though

    7 Apr 2008 Reply
  • Armed_Response

    I have to agree. It doesn't suck, but it's not anywhere near their greatest, either.

    8 Jan 2008 Reply
  • whitey25

    It's a good album, maybe just average :\

    10 Nov 2007 Reply

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