Crematory - Infinity

7.5 | 84 votes |
Release date: 29 January 2010
Style: Gothic metal


108 have it
5 want it

01. Infinity
02. Sense Of Time
03. Out Of Mind
04. Black Celebration [Depeche Mode cover]
05. Never Look Back
06. Broken Halo
07. Where Are You Now
08. A Story About...
09. No One Knows
10. Auf Der Flucht

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Crematory need no special explanations concerning either who they are or what they have offered, playing their part in the gothic metal scene, while being around for almost 20 years. Two years after Pray they are back with a better album in my opinion, Infinity, their 11th full-length offering.

Tip number 1: The band members blend quite well together, after all, how couldn' t this happen? They have been around as a team for many years, it's not only a matter of inspiration, but of chemistry and harmony as well.

published 09.09.2010 | Comments (6)

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31.01.2010 - 09:32
Rating: 6

Posts: 147
From: Turkey

It's average album for me !!
31.01.2010 - 20:55
proofread free

Posts: 2400
From: Syria

I lost intrest after Tranmigeration
He who is not bold enough
to be stared at from across the abyss
is not bold enough
to stare into it himself.
01.02.2010 - 21:30
Rating: 7
The Shooter

Posts: 374
From: Argentina

02.02.2010 - 02:10
Rating: 8

Posts: 128
From: USA

Some pretty straightforward Crematory songs on here like Infinity and No One Knows, but they've gone in a somewhat strange direction with some of the others. It'll will take some time to digest this and see what I make of it.
27.02.2010 - 18:17
Rating: 7
Enemy of Reality

Posts: 449
From: Portugal

It grew in me after a while. The first track is awesome.
22.04.2010 - 02:42
Liver Failure

Posts: 2955
From: Brazil

Unnecessary... same as always and still nothing impressive... only for extreme goth fans.

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