Something Wicked (album)
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Something Wicked Album
Something Wicked
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 23, 1993 (1993-02-23)
RecordedAugust 3-September 7, 1992
StudioIRS Studios, Los Angeles, California
ProducerNuclear Assault
Nuclear Assault chronology
Live at the Hammersmith Odeon
Something Wicked
Assault & Battery
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic2/5 stars[1]

Something Wicked is the fifth studio album by American thrash metal band Nuclear Assault, released on February 23, 1993 by I.R.S. Records.

This is the first and only album not to feature founding members Dan Lilker and Anthony Bramante, as they departed in 1992 before the recording process began. Their replacements, Scott Metaxas and Dave DiPietro, were both part of the final Prophet line-up that recorded the Recycled album; DiPietro had also previously played in T.T. Quick with drummer Glenn Evans.

The record is considered a slight departure from the band's early hardcore/speed metal roots, by incorporating a slower Groove Metal sound.[1] The title track was released as a music video. The song is featured in the end credits of the 1993 film Warlock: The Armageddon and in the 2017 film It (2017 film)

Track listing

  1. "Something Wicked" - 4:42
  2. "Another Violent End" - 5:10
  3. "Behind Glass Walls" - 4:09
  4. "Chaos" - 3:57
  5. "The Forge" - 5:14
  6. "No Time" - 5:19
  7. "To Serve Man" - 2:27
  8. "Madness Descends" - 4:31
  9. "Poetic Justice" - 2:48
  10. "Art" - 0:09
  11. "The Other End" - 0:39


  • John Connelly - vocals, guitar
  • Dave DiPietro - guitar
  • Scott Metaxas - bass
  • Glenn Evans - drums


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