Release date: 17 November 2010
Style: Teutonic thrash metal

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8.3 | 23 votes

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01. Choir Of The Damned
02. The Pestilence
03. Hordes Of Chaos
04. Phobia
05. Enemy Of God
06. Impossible Brutality
07. Endless Pain
08. Pleasure To Kill
09. Terrible Certainty

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Angelic Storm - 17.11.2010 at 11:39  
  Only 9 songs? Meh... still its great that they've started playing "The Pestilence" and "Endless Pain" again. xD

Though just for once, Id like to see them follow "Choir Of The Damned" with "Ripping Corpse". It seems like the obvious thing to do, yet they never do it...
Koen Smits - 17.11.2010 at 21:48  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 17.11.2010 at 11:39

Only 9 songs? Meh... still its great that they've started playing "The Pestilence" and "Endless Pain" again. xD

Though just for once, Id like to see them follow "Choir Of The Damned" with "Ripping Corpse". It seems like the obvious thing to do, yet they never do it...


Then listen to Scenarios Of Violence instead Choir...and Ripping Corpse played live in Holland in 1988 are on this compilation.
Angelic Storm - 17.11.2010 at 21:54  
 
Written by Koen Smits on 17.11.2010 at 21:48
Then listen to Scenarios Of Violence instead Choir...and Ripping Corpse played live in Holland in 1988 are on this compilation.


I meant I want them to start doing it again. lol They havent played Ripping Corpse for many years now.
Immortal SEP - 18.11.2010 at 12:02  
  On the whole fair live album, but could be about several minutes longer. Much short!
Hermann Langke - 04.12.2010 at 13:29  
Rating: 10 This one is hopelessly good
RavenKing - 05.12.2010 at 15:58  
  All good songs, apart from "Phobia".

I guess I will never understand how Kreator could be so great in the 80s and can be very good again since "Violent Revolution", while they were so shitty in the 90s. For me, there is a gap in their career and the band simply didn't exist in the 90s. I agree with people who say Kreator were caught somewhere in limbo during the 90s.


Kreator is so much a 'there is two sides to a coin' band for me:

1) Each time I have the misfortune of hearing material from the 90s, it's an auditive torture that gives me nausea and brings me on the verge of throwing up.

2) The 80s material is my favorite from the Thrash genre. Absolute classics and unrivaled in my mind. And I like quite a bit of their material since their 'comeback to Thrash' (from "Violent Revolution" until now), even if lots of fans of their 80s stuff despise their post-2000 material.
Hermann Langke - 14.06.2012 at 11:10  
Rating: 10 What the fuck! No torrent available!

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