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Release date: 1 June 2012
Style: Teutonic thrash metal

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Disc I
01. Mars Mantra
02. Phantom Antichrist
03. Death To The World
04. From Flood Into Fire
05. Civilisation Collapse
06. United In Hate
07. The Few, The Proud, The Broken
08. Your Heaven, My Hell
09. Victory Will Come
10. Until Our Paths Cross Again
11. Iron Destiny [Japanese bonus]

Disc II [DVD] [Limited edition bonus]
+ Conquerers Of The Ice - The Making Of Phantom Antichrist
+ Harvesting The Grapes Of Horror

Live At Wacken 2011
01. Choir Of The Damned
02. Hordes Of Chaos
03. War Curse
04. Coma Of Souls / Endless Pain
05. Pleasure To Kill
06. Destroy What Destroys You
07. Phobia
08. Terrible Certainity / Reconquering The Throne
09. Flag Of Hate / Tormentor

+ Live At Wacken 2008
10. Violent Revolution
11. People Of The Lie
12. Europe After The Pain

The best Thrash Metal album of 2012

Reviews (2)
Lyrics (22)


Line-up
Miland "Mille" Petrozza - guitars, vocals
Sami Yli-Sirniö - guitars, backing vocals
Christian Giesler - bass
Jürgen "Ventor" Reil - drums

Session musicians
Henric Bellinger - additional percussion


Additional info
Dates of release:
Europe - June 1st,
North America - June 5th.

Produced, recorded and mixed by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios, Sweden.
Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound, NYC, USA.
Additional recording by Johan Örnborg.
Drum technician - Tobias Strandvik.
Guitar technician - Marc Niedersberg.
Pre-production recordings and programming by Tim Schuldt, Sky von Hoff, Marc Görtz and Dominic Paraskevopoulos.
Zombie-choirs by Ronnie Milianowicz, Uffe Bejstam and Tommy Johansson, Sami Yli-Sirniö, Matthias Kollerk, Jens Bogren.

Cover artwork by Wes Benscotter.
Additional cover art by Jan Meininghaus.

Guest review by
TerrorZone

Rating:
9.3
Prior to the release, frontman Mille Petrozza claimed that Phantom Antichrist would be the "most epic" Kreator album ever. He went further saying that Phantom Antichrist is better than anything released by the Big Four in recent years. These words seemed to be empty rhetoric at first, but after being taken on the "epic" journey through Phantom Antichrist, the impression is that Petrozza and Co. have succeeded in fulfilling their promises.

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published 02.12.2012 | Comments (9)

Staff review by
Demonic Tutor

Rating:
8.4
Kreator! Aaaaaaahhhhh! That is all I need to state to introduce this review. 13th studio album from the reigning kings of Teutonic Thrash Metal and rightfully regarded as one of the most respected Metal bands of all time. Anybody wants to disagree with that? I thought not. It is refreshing to see a musical style best known for its impact on the 1990s still being alive and well in 2012.

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published 16.06.2013 | Comments (4)

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Angelic Storm - 25.02.2011 at 21:49  
  I hope it's better than "Hordes Of Chaos", which was half good, and half average, and only one amazing song. :\
elseif - 25.02.2011 at 23:01  
Rating: 7 Can't wait
Salbitani - 26.02.2011 at 06:59  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 25.02.2011 at 21:49

I hope it's better than "Hordes Of Chaos", which was half good, and half average, and only one amazing song. :\

¨enemy of god and¨ ¨violent revolution¨ were great albums, i agree with you ´´horde of chaos´´ was a almost good album.
Angelic Storm - 26.02.2011 at 08:25  
 
Written by Salbitani on 26.02.2011 at 06:59
¨enemy of god and¨ ¨violent revolution¨ were great albums, i agree with you ´´horde of chaos´´ was a almost good album.


Totally agreed. "Hordes Of Chaos" is definitely overall, weaker than the 2 preceding albums. There are some decent songs, and "Demon Prince" is awesome, but there's a fair bit of average stuff on it as well. Most of it on the latter half of the album. :\
Deadmeat - 26.02.2011 at 08:46  
Rating: 10
Written by Angelic Storm on 26.02.2011 at 08:25

Written by Salbitani on 26.02.2011 at 06:59
¨enemy of god and¨ ¨violent revolution¨ were great albums, i agree with you ´´horde of chaos´´ was a almost good album.


Totally agreed. "Hordes Of Chaos" is definitely overall, weaker than the 2 preceding albums. There are some decent songs, and "Demon Prince" is awesome, but there's a fair bit of average stuff on it as well. Most of it on the latter half of the album. :\

well i think that "To The Afterborn" was an awesome song for example. so with "Amok Run"....
Angelic Storm - 26.02.2011 at 09:10  
 
Written by Deadmeat on 26.02.2011 at 08:46
well i think that "To The Afterborn" was an awesome song for example. so with "Amok Run"....


"Amok Run" is definitely my 2nd fave on the album. Which is like a mix of the 90's Kreator and the thrash Kreator. The melodic intro is awesome, and I like how it mixes up melody with the thrash attack. xD

The problem with HOC, is it has about the same amount of filler as EOG and VR, (more than EOG I think!) but it's a shorter album with less songs on it.
RavenKing - 26.02.2011 at 14:43  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 25.02.2011 at 21:49

I hope it's better than "Hordes Of Chaos", which was half good, and half average, and only one amazing song. :\


I appreciate "Hordes Of Chaos" more than you but it's the least good of their post-2000 albums.
Deadmeat - 26.02.2011 at 21:36  
Rating: 10
Written by Angelic Storm on 26.02.2011 at 09:10

Written by Deadmeat on 26.02.2011 at 08:46
well i think that "To The Afterborn" was an awesome song for example. so with "Amok Run"....


"Amok Run" is definitely my 2nd fave on the album. Which is like a mix of the 90's Kreator and the thrash Kreator. The melodic intro is awesome, and I like how it mixes up melody with the thrash attack. xD

The problem with HOC, is it has about the same amount of filler as EOG and VR, (more than EOG I think!) but it's a shorter album with less songs on it.

i like this album a lot but i can see what you mean. it has some songs that are just decent as escalation imo...
Cynic Metalhead - 27.08.2011 at 00:14  
Rating: 8 I hope this time they should outdo "Coma of Souls"/ "Enemy of God" completely.
Deadmeat - 27.08.2011 at 14:31  
Rating: 10
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 27.08.2011 at 00:14

I hope this time they should outdo "Coma of Souls"/ "Enemy of God" completely.

it would be extremely hard. i am hoping for 1 more great album, a bit better from the last one but i am not sure if this will be a masterpiece like coma of souls for example...
Cynic Metalhead - 27.08.2011 at 19:26  
Rating: 8
Written by Deadmeat on 27.08.2011 at 14:31

Written by Cynic Metalhead on 27.08.2011 at 00:14

I hope this time they should outdo "Coma of Souls"/ "Enemy of God" completely.

it would be extremely hard. i am hoping for 1 more great album, a bit better from the last one but i am not sure if this will be a masterpiece like coma of souls for example...


Yeah!! But I just want this awesome army to outdo innit. Idk why but I've huge expectations from them.
loukritia_vorgia - 02.02.2012 at 21:10  
  The cover seems very old-school and I like that very much.So, we are waiting for the album.I hope to another great album from Kreator.
@gent_-_orange - 02.02.2012 at 21:43  
 
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 27.08.2011 at 00:14

I hope this time they should outdo "Coma of Souls"

You must have really high hopes for the new album indeed, Unless some sore of miracle happens their is no way that they will ever make a record that will top Coma of Souls nowadays.
Angelic Storm - 02.02.2012 at 21:48  
 
Written by @gent_-_orange on 02.02.2012 at 21:43
You must have really high hopes for the new album indeed, Unless some sore of miracle happens their is no way that they will ever make a record that will top Coma of Souls nowadays.


Totally agreed. The chances of this album, or any of their future albums topping "Coma Of Souls" (and therefore becoming their best album) is very low. However, I am quite hopeful that the new album will be better than "Hordes Of Chaos", which whilst decent, was also a little bit disappointing overall.
@gent_-_orange - 02.02.2012 at 21:52  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 02.02.2012 at 21:48

Written by @gent_-_orange on 02.02.2012 at 21:43
You must have really high hopes for the new album indeed, Unless some sore of miracle happens their is no way that they will ever make a record that will top Coma of Souls nowadays.


Totally agreed. The chances of this album, or any of their future albums topping "Coma Of Souls" (and therefore becoming their best album) is very low. However, I am quite hopeful that the new album will be better than "Hordes Of Chaos", which whilst decent, was also a little bit disappointing overall.


For sure. Kreator are in "that stage" of their career, Their classics are long past now and all we can hope for is good and consistent album's which we got with the previous three records. I guess we can hope but realisticly? no way.
Angelic Storm - 02.02.2012 at 22:00  
 
Written by @gent_-_orange on 02.02.2012 at 21:52
For sure. Kreator are in "that stage" of their career, Their classics are long past now and all we can hope for is good and consistent album's which we got with the previous three records. I guess we can hope but realisticly? no way.


You are absolutely right.

I would love for Kreator to top Coma... or even equal it's greatness, but I am realistic, and realise the chances of that actually happening is very low indeed. Both "Violent Revolution" and "Enemy Of God" were very good albums, if not quite reaching the heights of the best of their 80's material. But showed that Kreator are still a very relevant band in today's thrash scene. "Hordes Of Chaos" was a step down from the previous 2 albums I felt, at least overall. A more realistic hope, is that the new album will be a more consistently good album like "Enemy Of God", rather than it being a "Coma Of Souls" beater...
Deadmeat - 03.02.2012 at 10:38  
Rating: 10
Written by I Eat God on 02.02.2012 at 19:44

Written by Angelic Storm on 26.02.2011 at 08:25

Written by Salbitani on 26.02.2011 at 06:59
¨enemy of god and¨ ¨violent revolution¨ were great albums, i agree with you ´´horde of chaos´´ was a almost good album.


Totally agreed. "Hordes Of Chaos" is definitely overall, weaker than the 2 preceding albums. There are some decent songs, and "Demon Prince" is awesome, but there's a fair bit of average stuff on it as well. Most of it on the latter half of the album. :\


Disagreed. 1. Coma of Soul 2. Enemy of God 3. Horde of Chaos Violent Revolution (OUT!)

Disagreed. where the fuck is "Extreme Aggression"????
Deadmeat - 04.02.2012 at 01:50  
Rating: 10
Written by I Eat God on 03.02.2012 at 10:51

Those days Extreme aggression and pleasure to kill were good, nowadays, they sound very Outdated to me. Maturity was not there. if you compare them to later thrash metal bands' work. Both are out! Don't be so 'nostalgia', look forward bro.

you cant like coma of souls and find "extreme aggression" outdated. betrayer, extreme aggression and some pain will last are LEGENDARY kreator songs. also it has awesome production and many other nice songs. this album is like the brother of coma of souls. you cant say it is outdated. go and listen to it again mate.
Deadmeat - 10.02.2012 at 18:34  
Rating: 10 OMG what a motherfucking AWESOME cover this is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
raymond2349 - 20.03.2012 at 18:39  
  What a stupid album title!
( invisible ) - 20.03.2012 at 18:47  
 
Written by raymond2349 on 20.03.2012 at 18:39

What a stupid album title!


Agreed.
These few years Kreator sounds stupid ... , also try listening their lyrics in Hordes of Chaos. Good album was spoiled like that...
BudDa - 20.03.2012 at 20:27  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 25.02.2011 at 21:49

I hope it's better than "Hordes Of Chaos", which was half good, and half average, and only one amazing song. :\


..."Destroy what destroys you"..right?
Angelic Storm - 20.03.2012 at 20:52  
 
Written by BudDa on 20.03.2012 at 20:27
..."Destroy what destroys you"..right?


Nope! "Demon Prince" is the one song from HOC that I'd happily place alongside Kreator's other classic songs.
Darth Revan - 09.05.2012 at 21:54  
 
Written by raymond2349 on 20.03.2012 at 18:39

What a stupid album title!


Lately I get the feeling that half the bands in the world name their albums with only sounding "cool" in mind...

That said, the title track has been uploaded to youtube with its video. I rather liked it, nothing all that innovative there, just Kreator being Kreator, but doing it quite well I must say. I think this'll be a better one than Hordes of Chaos.
Cynic Metalhead - 17.05.2012 at 07:44  
Rating: 8 Kreator Posts Second "Phantom Antichrist" Album Trailer.

Check out from 1.02 to 1.04

Angelic Storm - 23.05.2012 at 23:48  
  I've listened to the album twice today, and two things stand out immediately to me about it. First of all, it's definitely a more consistent album than "Hordes Of Chaos". Secondly, it's clearly their most adventurous effort since they came back to thrash with "Violent Revolution". There's several moments where they go into more experimental territory such as on "From Flood Into Fire" and "Until Our Paths Cross Again". However, "Death To The World" combines the crushing sound of classic mid-paced Kreator with a raging thrash attack. Elsewhere, "Civilisation Collapse" is probably the most violent and vitriolic track Kreator have conjured up since their comeback to thrash. Awesome stuff!

Some of the more experimental moments don't really work, and come off as sounding weak, so it's not as cohesive or solid an album as it could be. In saying this though, it is overall, a far more engaging listen then their previous album, and there are several stand-out tracks which are genuinely amazing.

It's not as great as I was hoping for, but there's still some fine stuff on this album to savour.
RavenKing - 24.05.2012 at 00:59  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 23.05.2012 at 23:48

I've listened to the album twice today, and two things stand out immediately to me about it. First of all, it's definitely a more consistent album than "Hordes Of Chaos". Secondly, it's clearly their most adventurous effort since they came back to thrash with "Violent Revolution". There's several moments where they go into more experimental territory such as on "From Flood Into Fire" and "Until Our Paths Cross Again". However, "Death To The World" combines the crushing sound of classic mid-paced Kreator with a raging thrash attack. Elsewhere, "Civilisation Collapse" is probably the most violent and vitriolic track Kreator have conjured up since their comeback to thrash. Awesome stuff!

Some of the more experimental moments don't really work, and come off as sounding weak, so it's not as cohesive or solid an album as it could be. In saying this though, it is overall, a far more engaging listen then their previous album, and there are several stand-out tracks which are genuinely amazing.

It's not as great as I was hoping for, but there's still some fine stuff on this album to savour.


This comment about 'experimental parts' makes me a bit worried, as I usually hate fucked up experimentation that doesn't work.
Other thing that makes me worried is this part about "coming off as sounding weak".

I'll see once I get my copy.
Angelic Storm - 24.05.2012 at 04:39  
 
Written by RavenKing on 24.05.2012 at 00:59
This comment about 'experimental parts' makes me a bit worried, as I usually hate fucked up experimentation that doesn't work.
Other thing that makes me worried is this part about "coming off as sounding weak".

I'll see once I get my copy.


Well... all 3 of the previous albums featured dashings of Gothenburg styled melody. There's some songs on the album where this aspect is pushed to the forefront of the sound, as well as incorporating longer melodic solo passages. Which definitely gives the album more of a "lighter" feel than the 3 other albums Kreator made since coming back to thrash, at least in an overall sense. Thankfully though, in general it's definitely not as experimental as much of their 90's material.

I was very excited to hear the new album after hearing the title track, which is a great song. And whilst unfortunately, that song isn't quite indicitive of the whole album, there is some great thrash on it. When they turn the screw on "Civilisation Collapse", the effect is truly devestating, and I don't think I've heard Mille sound so aggressive and venemous since "Coma Of Souls", which is certainly a high point of the album. The way he screams "DIE!" during the ominous ending of "Death To The World" is definitely a spine tingling moment, and his scream over the opening thrash assault in "United In Hate" almost makes me think it's back to the 80's! lol

It is a bit patchy, and I'd certainly like it to be more consistent. But there is some great stuff on the album, and all I really wanted was a better album than "Hordes Of Chaos" and I got that, so I can't complain too much I guess...

Oh, and I (and you also) was right about "Mars Mantra" being more of an atmospheric intro, than the proper first track!
Deadmeat - 24.05.2012 at 15:19  
Rating: 10
Written by Angelic Storm on 23.05.2012 at 23:48

I've listened to the album twice today, and two things stand out immediately to me about it. First of all, it's definitely a more consistent album than "Hordes Of Chaos". Secondly, it's clearly their most adventurous effort since they came back to thrash with "Violent Revolution". There's several moments where they go into more experimental territory such as on "From Flood Into Fire" and "Until Our Paths Cross Again". However, "Death To The World" combines the crushing sound of classic mid-paced Kreator with a raging thrash attack. Elsewhere, "Civilisation Collapse" is probably the most violent and vitriolic track Kreator have conjured up since their comeback to thrash. Awesome stuff!

Some of the more experimental moments don't really work, and come off as sounding weak, so it's not as cohesive or solid an album as it could be. In saying this though, it is overall, a far more engaging listen then their previous album, and there are several stand-out tracks which are genuinely amazing.

It's not as great as I was hoping for, but there's still some fine stuff on this album to savour.

i tend to agree with you on all the thing you said, even if i have listened to the album only the 1% of the times i want to haha!

i think that it is something great that the band progresses it's music on this album. it's the most different from the last 4 albums and imo this is great. now i just hope to be stoked by most of the songs!
Iron Nostarion - 25.05.2012 at 23:06  
Rating: 9 I came with low expectations because I was overfed with Kreator for the last few months and to be honest this is some good shit.
Absak - 27.05.2012 at 14:35  
  I honestly think Sodom's and Destruction's latest albums are miles better than this. This completely bored me.
Angelic Storm - 27.05.2012 at 15:15  
 
Written by Absak on 27.05.2012 at 14:35

I honestly think Sodom's and Destruction's latest albums are miles better than this. This completely bored me.


Destruction's latest wasn't that great, but Sodom's last album was certainly better overall than the new Kreator. Sodom were more melodic and experimental on that one, but they made it work. Kreator weren't so successful with their experimentation. Still... there is some good songs on this album, and it's certainly better and more consistent overall than "Hordes Of Chaos".
Deadmeat - 27.05.2012 at 19:33  
Rating: 10 Wow! after some more listens i tend to believe that this may be their best album since Coma of Souls. this is a very experimental album with awesome guitar work ( = awesome leads and awesome soloing), amazing songs and generally Kreator at their BEST! now i feel that "phantom antichrist" is the "worst" song on the album witch is something amazing to me. this albums makes me believe that hordes of chaos was very average for kreator's quallity....
strade - 27.05.2012 at 21:22  
Rating: 7 Yikes, does anyone else get the feeling that this album is a little TOO slow and melodic? An occasional midpace track is certainly okay, but this one kind of drags at the end. I certainly like it, but it could have been better.
Angelic Storm - 27.05.2012 at 21:48  
 
Written by strade on 27.05.2012 at 21:22

Yikes, does anyone else get the feeling that this album is a little TOO slow and melodic? An occasional midpace track is certainly okay, but this one kind of drags at the end. I certainly like it, but it could have been better.


Yes, I do get that feeling from this album. I know some might wonder how I could love an album like "Endorama" which is far more experimental and melodic than "Phantom Antichrist", but yet have issues with Phantom.... being too slow and melodic overall. But to me, it's very simple. "Endorama" had cohesion, and was a solid unit of songs that were united in their sense of style and purpose. "Phantom Antichrist" feels very confused, and muddled by comparison. Almost as if there is a conflict going on between their earlier thrash style, and a more measured, melodic, and experimental style. Now, this mixture CAN be made to work, as was proven with Sodom's latest album. But Sodom achieved something which is very difficult to do, which is to progress, and infuse your sound with more melodic qualities, whilst retaining your raw, aggressive thrash edge.

Don't get me wrong, "Phantom Antichrist" is far, far from being a bad album. And I certainly have no problems with slower, and more melodic moments being on thrash albums. The problem with this album, is those moments are too frequent, not to mention a couple of the more experimental tracks just aren't that great anyway. There are moments on this album, that are truly wonderful examples of thrash, such as "Death To The World", "Victory Will Come", and the ferocious "Civilisation Collapse", but that only makes the low points of the album that much more frustrating to take. Overall, this is a better album than "Hordes Of Chaos", which defintiely seemed like a classic case of treading water to me. There is more adventure, and the thrash when it does rear it's head is much more incisive, effective, and destructive. I just feel in their quest to try and spice things up a bit, something got lost in the translation...
AndMetalForAll - 30.05.2012 at 01:35  
Rating: 8 Great album, at the level or maybe better than Hordes Of Chaos..
Deadmeat - 30.05.2012 at 13:09  
Rating: 10 Just got the new album. great booklet with nice pics and AMAZING lyrics as always...

for me this is Kreator's best album till Coma Of Souls... almost all the songs are amazing and every detail on the album is perfectly handled.
TerrorZone - 31.05.2012 at 13:53  
Rating: 8 I have heard the new album already, for me its their best album released after 2000 and is comparable with Coma of Souls, Extreme Aggression or Pleasure to Kill in terms of overall quality.

Despite the fact that Phantom Antichrist is more melodic than ever before, melody is used in the right places and used effectively creating a nice contrast with the riffs.

What I don't like is the environmentally conscious lyrics in the chorus of one song, another song containing a lot of power metal elements and also the transition from Mars Mantra to Phantom Antichrist is not as smooth as previous songs in this style like The Patriarch to Violent Revolution and Corpses of Liberty to Demon Prince.

Right now after a few listens, I would give it around a 9 - 9.5 out of 10
Deadmeat - 31.05.2012 at 15:23  
Rating: 10
Written by TerrorZone on 31.05.2012 at 13:53
What I don't like is the environmentally conscious lyrics in the chorus of one song,

you mean "death to the world"???
TerrorZone - 01.06.2012 at 07:02  
Rating: 8
Written by Deadmeat on 31.05.2012 at 15:23

Written by TerrorZone on 31.05.2012 at 13:53
What I don't like is the environmentally conscious lyrics in the chorus of one song,

you mean "death to the world"???


yep, they should have changed the lyrics to be about something else
Deadmeat - 01.06.2012 at 07:32  
Rating: 10
Written by TerrorZone on 01.06.2012 at 07:02

Written by Deadmeat on 31.05.2012 at 15:23

Written by TerrorZone on 31.05.2012 at 13:53
What I don't like is the environmentally conscious lyrics in the chorus of one song,

you mean "death to the world"???


yep, they should have changed the lyrics to be about something else

what about when the sun burns red then? there are also many lyrics about nature. i think that "death to the world" lyrics are absolutely predictable for mille's way of thinking. i mean that he always seemed to be thinking this way.
Angelic Storm - 01.06.2012 at 07:38  
  What's wrong with environmentally conscious lyrics? As Deadmeat pointed out, this topic for lyrics is hardly new for Mille. As far back as "Terrible Certainty" Mille was writing environmentally aware lyrics, with the classic "Toxic Trace"...
Tatras - 01.06.2012 at 08:13  
Rating: 6 Not bad. Few things really great, but in overall to soft.
Deadmeat - 01.06.2012 at 08:20  
Rating: 10
Written by Tatras on 01.06.2012 at 08:13

Not bad. Few things really great, but in overall to soft.

well, soft for kreator or as a "pure thrash metal album" but amazing musical wise. songs like "united in hate", "the few the proud the broken" and the 2nd half of "from flood into fire" are already on the best kreator moments in history imo...
TerrorZone - 01.06.2012 at 15:36  
Rating: 8
Written by Deadmeat on 01.06.2012 at 07:32

Written by TerrorZone on 01.06.2012 at 07:02

Written by Deadmeat on 31.05.2012 at 15:23

Written by TerrorZone on 31.05.2012 at 13:53
What I don't like is the environmentally conscious lyrics in the chorus of one song,

you mean "death to the world"???


yep, they should have changed the lyrics to be about something else

what about when the sun burns red then? there are also many lyrics about nature. i think that "death to the world" lyrics are absolutely predictable for mille's way of thinking. i mean that he always seemed to be thinking this way.


i think the main problem with this song is the rather cheesy lyrics, "mother earth ... all your beauty we have raped." Its kind of obvious in the year 2012 that the environment is fucked up. But when the sun burns red was and is a masterpiece, it is much better musically speaking and the i feel that the lyrics are better written than death to the world despite containing some cheesy elements.
ZGoten - 01.06.2012 at 18:34  
Rating: 9 How can people vote the album that low? I don't get it.
Dethking26 - 01.06.2012 at 20:58  
 
Written by ZGoten on 01.06.2012 at 18:34

How can people vote the album that low? I don't get it.

The lowest vote is a 7 so far...
Believe it or not, a 7 is still a positive rating.
Angelic Storm - 01.06.2012 at 21:01  
 
Written by Dethking26 on 01.06.2012 at 20:58
The lowest vote is a 7 so far...
Believe it or not, a 7 is still a positive rating.


Anything above 6 is at least decent... and it's got an above average overall rating too. 5 or below, that's when you're getting into the realms of bad albums.
ZGoten - 01.06.2012 at 21:34  
Rating: 9
Written by Dethking26 on 01.06.2012 at 20:58

Written by ZGoten on 01.06.2012 at 18:34

How can people vote the album that low? I don't get it.

The lowest vote is a 7 so far...
Believe it or not, a 7 is still a positive rating.


I'm talking about the average rating. Believe it or not, an 8.5 is still too low for this album.
Troy Killjoy - 01.06.2012 at 21:50  
Rating: 6
Written by ZGoten on 01.06.2012 at 21:34
I'm talking about the average rating. Believe it or not, an 8.5 is still too low for this album.

An 8.5 (85%) is the equivalent to an A in the North American education system. You must be High Expectations Father.


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