Kruger - For Death, Glory And The End Of The World

7.4 | 7 votes |
Release date: 12 February 2010
Style: Sludge metal


9 have it
3 want it

01. The Ox
02. Return Of The Huns
03. Anthem Of Pretended Glory
04. Villains
05. Centre
06. Our Cemetery Is Full Of Strangers
07. Muscle
08. Dukes Of Nothing
09. Turpitudes

Additional info
Release dates:

12 Feb: Switzerland
19 Feb: Rest of Europe
13 July: North America

Staff review by
Sludge metal
Recorded: Déclanché Studio, Switzerland 2009
Label: Listenable Records
Total Running Time: 46:16

Today two Metal Storm reviewers will give you their outspoken and unsalted opinion on the newest Kruger album For Death, Glory And The End Of The World. Enjoy! Or not. Like we care.

Thryce: Pretty sure the guys from Kruger were born while their mothers were on crack, as there's absolutely no mention of anything resembling coherence in their music. Wayward rhythms flow by in a disjointed fashion; creating soundscapes that are incomprehensible in such a consistent way even 5933 would be jealous. Tar-thick riffs keep pummeling along like ponderous elephants wading in an ungainly manner through miles and miles of mangrove swamp. Saying this album is still a bit rough around the edges is nothing short of an understatement.

published 10.10.2010 | Comments (10)

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