Eternal Decision is the self-titled first album of the American Christian heavy metal band Eternal Decision. It was released by Godfather Records in 1997, and was sold in the U.S. as well as in 16 other countries.
Mainly due to the similarities in vocal style, the group is often mistaken for Metallica. As an example, many people have downloaded Eternal Decision’s songs in P2P programs like Ares Galaxy or LimeWire believing they’re singles or demos from Metallica’s 2008 New Album, Death Magnetic. Another example is their song “Imminent Destruction”, often mistaken for Metallica’s “All Nightmare Long”. As another example, the song “Hunger” from the self-titled debut album received many downloads on Napster due to the fact that many people falsely believed it to be a new unreleased Metallica song or a collaboration between Megadeth and Metallica
Durante mucho tiempo, en la cultura popular se creyó que “Hunger” era una colaboración entre Megadeth y Metallica, y así el disco homónimo Eternal Decision fue utilizado en internet como señuelo de Death Magnetic (último álbum de Metallica lanzado el 2008).