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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
Top 20 albums of 2012: 20

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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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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ZGoten - 01.06.2012 at 22:09  
Rating: 9
Written by Troy Killjoy on 01.06.2012 at 21:50

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.




I don't get what your problem is. I know what 8.5 means and I think it's too low. End of story.
Troy Killjoy - 01.06.2012 at 22:21  
 
Written by ZGoten on 01.06.2012 at 22:09
I don't get what your problem is. I know what 8.5 means and I think it's too low. End of story.

You Germans and your no-nonsense approach to life...



I'm just saying if you think this is in some way being underrated, you're kind of crazy. Just look at some of the top albums in the charts around here and be thankful this hasn't been downrated into oblivion by the sandbaggers.
Deadmeat - 01.06.2012 at 22:28  
Rating: 10
Written by Troy Killjoy on 01.06.2012 at 22:21


I'm just saying if you think this is in some way being underrated, you're kind of crazy. Just look at some of the top albums in the charts around here and be thankful this hasn't been downrated into oblivion by the sandbaggers.

hey, i may love be'lakor but this album is a masterpiece. there is not a 9,2 to 8,5 more quality of belakor -who to be honest created an album EXACTLY like stone's reach- to this. it's not a thrash metal masterpiece. it's a mixture of heavy and thrash metal with thrashy vocals etc but musical-wise it's amazing.

(though i know that we are only on the 1st day of voting and these ratings wont be the "final")
Troy Killjoy - 01.06.2012 at 22:33  
 
Written by Deadmeat on 01.06.2012 at 22:28
hey, i may love be'lakor but this album is a masterpiece. there is not a 9,2 to 8,5 more quality of belakor -who to be honest created an album EXACTLY like stone's reach- to this. it's not a thrash metal masterpiece. it's a mixture of heavy and thrash metal with thrashy vocals etc but musical-wise it's amazing. (though i know that we are only on the 1st day of voting and these ratings wont be the "final")

I'm assuming you brought Be'lakor into this because their album is currently tops in the 2012 charts... which brings me to the point that Metal Storm users prefer melodic types of metal to more straightforward ones. The fact their album is rated 9.2 (with more votes) just goes to show you they have more active supporters here who aren't as critical of their work as Kreator fans. You're also comparing a band that has been around since before either of us were born with a band that has been around for less than a decade.

As for it being a masterpiece... I'm pretty sure you think pretty much every Kreator release these days is a masterpiece. Not really gonna bother arguing with your opinion since I've seen how quick you are to anger over such trivial spats (re: Metal Storm Awards nominations).
Deadmeat - 01.06.2012 at 22:56  
Rating: 10
Written by Troy Killjoy on 01.06.2012 at 22:33

Written by Deadmeat on 01.06.2012 at 22:28
hey, i may love be'lakor but this album is a masterpiece. there is not a 9,2 to 8,5 more quality of belakor -who to be honest created an album EXACTLY like stone's reach- to this. it's not a thrash metal masterpiece. it's a mixture of heavy and thrash metal with thrashy vocals etc but musical-wise it's amazing. (though i know that we are only on the 1st day of voting and these ratings wont be the "final")

I'm assuming you brought Be'lakor into this because their album is currently tops in the 2012 charts... which brings me to the point that Metal Storm users prefer melodic types of metal to more straightforward ones. The fact their album is rated 9.2 (with more votes) just goes to show you they have more active supporters here who aren't as critical of their work as Kreator fans. You're also comparing a band that has been around since before either of us were born with a band that has been around for less than a decade.

As for it being a masterpiece... I'm pretty sure you think pretty much every Kreator release these days is a masterpiece. Not really gonna bother arguing with your opinion since I've seen how quick you are to anger over such trivial spats (re: Metal Storm Awards nominations).

well i agree on your 1st paragraph. i mentioned belakor just because those 2 albums have a similar release date. of course i had on my mind those thing you "remind" me. i did the comparison though.

i also dont want to argue. on the other hand i have to say that i dont believe every kreator album is a masterpiece. generally i have very high "standards" for what i expect from this band and many times i am harsh with them (maybe with HoC i was overenthusiastic, though i still believe this album deserved a place in the awards). i truly believe that this album is a huge step forward for the band. musical-wise mainly (which is something VERY VERY rare for such an "old" band). this album has 9 songs, ALL different from each other. no repeats, no boring ideas, awesome guitar work, great lyrical themes, great production etc. just because i heard this album from this band i believe now that HoC wasn't THAT awesome. i guess that this is a nice compliment for Phantom Antichrist.
Void Eater - 01.06.2012 at 22:57  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 01.06.2012 at 21:50

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.



Maybe in Canadia it is, but here in the REAL 'Merica, and 85% is still a B. Which, based on the few songs I heard, might be a little to high. Only heard the title track, From Flood To Fire, and Death To The World, the album gets taken off of Youtube before I have time to listen to it all... But only the title track is really good out of those, and FFTF isn't really good at all.
Troy Killjoy - 01.06.2012 at 23:01  
 
Written by Void Eater on 01.06.2012 at 22:57
Maybe in Canadia it is, but here in the REAL 'Merica, and 85% is still a B. Which, based on the few songs I heard, might be a little to high. Only heard the title track, From Flood To Fire, and Death To The World, the album gets taken off of Youtube before I have time to listen to it all... But only the title track is really good out of those, and FFTF isn't really good at all.

(It's been a while since I've been graded on any assignments, but I think your system is the same as ours. I'm pretty sure my earlier statement regarding our scoring system is inaccurate.)

Regardless, my point still stands about it currently sitting at a fairly high position given its quality. I tend to agree with what you said there... While I haven't listened to the entire album, I did manage a few songs before they were taken down and judging by what I listened to, I'd probably give this a low 7.
Sync - 02.06.2012 at 00:07  
Rating: 7
Written by Troy Killjoy on 01.06.2012 at 22:21

South Park Clip...


Man that clip gets me every time
Angelic Storm - 02.06.2012 at 02:49  
  It still baffles me that some people can have so much trouble dealing with other people's ratings of an album that they themselves love... Why do others' opinions of an album matter so much to some people? It should have no impact or effect on how you yourself view the album...

For me personally, 8.4 is slightly higher than I myself would give it. I'd probably give it a 7.8/7.9, or an 8 if I was feeling really generous. Which is still almost a full score higher than I'd rate "Hordes Of Chaos". It's not a bad album, but it's quite a way off from being a classic too. "Enemy Of God" still remains the high-water mark as far as Kreator's post-00's output goes for me.
John Shock - 02.06.2012 at 03:46  
 
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.

I though Destruction's "Day Of Reckoning" so booring, it's the same always! This at least as some varieties! And Sodom's "In War And Pieces" is a nice album, but i think this still better, but that's my opinion right?
Void Eater - 02.06.2012 at 03:50  
  Something interesting I noticed about Violent Revolution and onwards Kreator is that there's no general consensus of what the best album out of them is. It seems like whenever they have a new album out, just as much people think it's better than the last one as there are that think it's inferior to the last one.
Angelic Storm - 02.06.2012 at 16:51  
  @Shock: Of course, and you are entitled to think that. I however, prefer "In War And Pieces". lol

Written by Void Eater on 02.06.2012 at 03:50

Something interesting I noticed about Violent Revolution and onwards Kreator is that there's no general consensus of what the best album out of them is. It seems like whenever they have a new album out, just as much people think it's better than the last one as there are that think it's inferior to the last one.


Yep... I think the only general consensus about Kreator's career, is that the 90's was a low point for them. The vast majority of Kreator fans do hold that view.

As for the last 4 albums, these are how I'd rank them, in order:

Enemy Of God - 9.2
Violent Revolution - 8.5
Phantom Antichrist - 8.0
Hordes Of Chaos - 7.0
RavenKing - 02.06.2012 at 23:59  
 
Written by Angelic Storm on 02.06.2012 at 02:49

It still baffles me that some people can have so much trouble dealing with other people's ratings of an album that they themselves love... Why do others' opinions of an album matter so much to some people? It should have no impact or effect on how you yourself view the album...


Agreed. I won't say that I don't give a fuck at what other people think but it has no impact on my opinion of an album.
If I love it, I will still love it no matter how many people will come and say that it sucks.
And if I think it sucks, nothing people say will make me like the album.
That's what I call sticking to your tastes and being coherent.

Anyway, I don't give a damn at ratings and never rate albums on a scale myself.
JohnDoe - 03.06.2012 at 00:48  
 
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I don't get what your problem is. I know what 8.5 means and I think it's too low. End of story.


8.5 is betwwen "8 - meaning very good" and "9 - meaning excellent". Both "very good" and " excellent" are superlatives. So how can this not be positive enough of a rating?
Lit. - 03.06.2012 at 02:34  
 
Written by John Shock on 02.06.2012 at 03:46

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.

I though Destruction's "Day Of Reckoning" so booring, it's the same always! This at least as some varieties! And Sodom's "In War And Pieces" is a nice album, but i think this still better, but that's my opinion right?

Sodom prevails over both, then Destruction (Whose 80's stuff goes over modern Kreator) Then Kreator (whose 80's stuff is slightly better than 80's Destruction)
.Nick - 03.06.2012 at 21:22  
Rating: 8 I found this to be a very enjoyable album, I like it better than the new Overkill.
2012 seems to be the year where all the old thrashers are bringing out new work.
Nicko's Nose - 03.06.2012 at 21:34  
Rating: 5 What a piece of shit... and I loved Hordes Of Chaos.
Chris Steele - 04.06.2012 at 21:18  
Rating: 8 Really awesome album, but god they have become very melodic
Dentura - 11.06.2012 at 22:50  
Rating: 7 This is actually a really good album, and i don't really care for thrash metal enough to say that often, so you know that this album did make an impact for sure. Nowhere close to topping Ne Obliviscaris' Portal of I imo, but really solid nonetheless.
elseif - 14.06.2012 at 20:31  
Rating: 7 I love it, great melodies!
BitterCOld - 14.06.2012 at 20:57  
Rating: 6
Written by Deadmeat on 01.06.2012 at 22:56

i also dont want to argue. on the other hand i have to say that i dont believe every kreator album is a masterpiece. generally i have very high "standards" for what i expect from this band and many times i am harsh with them.


you've scored every studio release since 2000 a "10" - how exactly is that harsh or an indication of high standards"?
Mr. Doctor - 14.06.2012 at 21:20  
  Pfffffffffff Hahahahahahahahahaha
K†ulu - 14.06.2012 at 22:00  
Rating: 7 I like it, but it is far from a consistent album; it has its moments, but it's not a mind-blowing album from start to finish. The solos are ok, nothing really special there. I was a little irritated by the samey vocal delivery; it's not bad, but it gets kind of annoying by the second half of the album. Also, some terrible shrieks like at the end of "United in Hate" just make me shrug my shoulders.

Given all this, "Until Our Paths Cross Again" is probably my favorite track on the album. It sounds genuinely epic, has that uneven passage after the solo, then a chorus, which brings the song back to where it started off. I liked that structure.
Deadmeat - 15.06.2012 at 11:24  
Rating: 10
Written by BitterCOld on 14.06.2012 at 20:57

Written by Deadmeat on 01.06.2012 at 22:56

i also dont want to argue. on the other hand i have to say that i dont believe every kreator album is a masterpiece. generally i have very high "standards" for what i expect from this band and many times i am harsh with them.


you've scored every studio release since 2000 a "10" - how exactly is that harsh or an indication of high standards"?

well 1st of all as you can see i dont do it often with bands (to give many "10" ratings). i just tend to like very much the general "concept" of this band. their lyrics, their musicianship and of course their albums. on the other hand i'll give you one example: after listening to this one and finding it SO GREAT i wanna listen to Hordes Of Chaos Again cause i probably will give to it a "9" after this album. i just want to "check" it first.
Deadmeat - 15.06.2012 at 11:32  
Rating: 10
Written by K†ulu on 14.06.2012 at 22:00

Also, some terrible shrieks like at the end of "United in Hate" just make me shrug my shoulders.

1. if you are mentioning on the part that mille screams "united in hate" without music behind it's a fact that he is not 25 years old any more and his screams are not THAT great anymore. but he is passionate in screaming and he is more passionate live and i am sure that when they'll play this song live, this moment will be awesome and all the people will scream together. i wanna say that surely he didnt do it this way because it just "sound great". but i agree that there may was no need to do it on the album.

2. about "until...". it is surely a great song with AMAZING lyrics and the amazing one minute outbreak (3.00-4.00) but it is really strange that this is the fav song for someone who likes thrash when there are much more powerful songs on the album
K†ulu - 16.06.2012 at 00:57  
Rating: 7
Written by Deadmeat on 15.06.2012 at 11:32

Written by K†ulu on 14.06.2012 at 22:00

Also, some terrible shrieks like at the end of "United in Hate" just make me shrug my shoulders.

2. about "until...". it is surely a great song with AMAZING lyrics and the amazing one minute outbreak (3.00-4.00) but it is really strange that this is the fav song for someone who likes thrash when there are much more powerful songs on the album


I also liked the title track pretty much thoroughly; "United in Hate" had its moments, "The Few, the Proud, the Broken" has a cool breakdown + non-trivial structure; that's why I liked it as well. Overall, the epic "battle hymns" mode throughout the whole album is also a bit annoying.

Why I liked the last track the most, I guess, is because I am not looking so much for "powerful" songs in the first place, but for interesting ideas and innovation; although, of course, some "smart" brutality is very welcome.
Metal_Buff - 16.06.2012 at 08:37  
Rating: 8 Well it's not the front to back masterpiece they pulled off with "Enemy of God", but the high points are right there. Overall I must say that there is actually a lot of variety, but I wish they'd gone with one or two more at full speed! In the end I'm not sure this will stand as an album for me, but man will it rock some fuckin playlists!

Check Out 'United in Hate' and 'The Few, The Proud, The Broken' for some killer riffs, and pissed-off lyrics, that's what Kreator is for!
NocturnalStalker - 19.06.2012 at 19:13  
Rating: 9 Kreator continue with their melodic thrash metal approach on this album again and... I think they do it quite well. Surely it doesn't sound as brutal as not only their early works but even as "Enemy of God" and it makes this album more... light-weight. On the other hand, I respect the band for trying to keep up with the spirit of the time without losing the essential core of their music.
It's hard to name a few favourites but I'll try - Phantom Antichrist, Civilization Collapse, United In Hate, Your Heaven My Hell and Until Our Paths Cross Again (a bit unusual song for Kreator and that's probably why I like it).
Warman - 21.06.2012 at 19:25  
Rating: 10 I love it. Kreator is in my opinion maybe the only metal band from the '80s that are actually better in this millenium.
Troy Killjoy - 03.07.2012 at 20:30  
  I'm incredibly torn by this. At times some of the thrashing aggression and soaring melodies makes me think this has top-10 potential, but then they get a little too melodic for their own good and the lyrics read like a fuckin' 14-year-old's attempt at writing conscious hip hop rhymes. If they stuck with the straightforward aggression and groove incorporating melodic leads into the mix for some necessary catchy appeal, I would have easily given this an 8/10. Instead I'm giving this a high 5 (not the good kind) simply because they tend to confuse themselves with a power metal band at times and it really distracts from their otherwise ballsy thrash.
RavenKing - 04.07.2012 at 00:57  
  I really like this new album. I know it's a matter of tastes but, Imo, it's the best Kreator album since "Coma Of Souls". It's quite catchy but I don't think it sounds weak in any way.
Vikcen - 05.07.2012 at 02:09  
Rating: 10 Really very good this last, in the same level of Enemy of God in my opinion. Definitely i have to say that i'm totally hypnotized by the music that makes this people .

Death to the world!
SceneryOfLoss - 11.07.2012 at 19:01  
Rating: 9 Really nice surprise!
Big-Al - 26.07.2012 at 19:22  
Rating: 10
Written by Troy Killjoy on 03.07.2012 at 20:30

I'm incredibly torn by this. At times some of the thrashing aggression and soaring melodies makes me think this has top-10 potential, but then they get a little too melodic for their own good and the lyrics read like a fuckin' 14-year-old's attempt at writing conscious hip hop rhymes. If they stuck with the straightforward aggression and groove incorporating melodic leads into the mix for some necessary catchy appeal, I would have easily given this an 8/10. Instead I'm giving this a high 5 (not the good kind) simply because they tend to confuse themselves with a power metal band at times and it really distracts from their otherwise ballsy thrash.

KREATOR has always been messing with "other" styles... death in the 80's and industrial in the 90's...
Troy Killjoy - 27.07.2012 at 04:29  
 
Written by Big-Al on 26.07.2012 at 19:22
KREATOR has always been messing with "other" styles... death in the 80's and industrial in the 90's...

Not sure what your point is. :/
Big-Al - 27.07.2012 at 07:09  
Rating: 10
Written by Troy Killjoy on 27.07.2012 at 04:29

Written by Big-Al on 26.07.2012 at 19:22
KREATOR has always been messing with "other" styles... death in the 80's and industrial in the 90's...

Not sure what your point is. :/

cos you are saying that they are being distracted from being an all out thrash band due to the "power metal" bits. But few of their albums have been sterile enough to simply be just pure thrash with out Millie venturing into other styles for influence.

Anyways, just make up your mind after giving the album another listen and after watching the Phantom Antichrist music video.
Troy Killjoy - 27.07.2012 at 15:30  
 
Written by Big-Al on 27.07.2012 at 07:09
cos you are saying that they are being distracted from being an all out thrash band due to the "power metal" bits. But few of their albums have been sterile enough to simply be just pure thrash with out Millie venturing into other styles for influence. Anyways, just make up your mind after giving the album another listen and after watching the Phantom Antichrist music video.

What they've done in the past has no bearing on what I think of them in the present. Whatever other styles they incorporated into their earlier material obviously worked for them, whereas this time around I feel like it's more of a distraction than anything. As for the music video, I've already seen it - and I'd probably find that song more enjoyable if I hadn't.
Zaphod - 29.07.2012 at 19:35  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 27.07.2012 at 15:30

As for the music video, I've already seen it - and I'd probably find that song more enjoyable if I hadn't.

That video was horrible, and didn't go with the song at all. I think bands shouldn't make videos unless it's something like Mastodon's Deathbound.
Big-Al - 31.07.2012 at 22:27  
Rating: 10 Anyways, I love their post apocalyptic feel, no mater which Kreator album I'm listening to.
JÄY - 01.08.2012 at 23:19  
Rating: 9 I've loved this band for years...but have no excitement for this release at all....I liaten to the first (real) song and am ready to turn it off.
John Shock - 04.08.2012 at 03:06  
 
Written by Vikcen on 05.07.2012 at 02:09

Really very good this last, in the same level of Enemy of God in my opinion. Definitely i have to say that i'm totally hypnotized by the music that makes this people .

Death to the world!

Death To The World is my favorite song from the album since the first listen and it always gonna be! Nice catchy thrashy badass riff! \m/
Vikcen - 04.08.2012 at 03:35  
Rating: 10
Written by John Shock on 04.08.2012 at 03:06

Written by Vikcen on 05.07.2012 at 02:09

Really very good this last, in the same level of Enemy of God in my opinion. Definitely i have to say that i'm totally hypnotized by the music that makes this people .

Death to the world!

Death To The World is my favorite song from the album since the first listen and it always gonna be! Nice catchy thrashy badass riff! \m/


Yeah one of my favorites too, this is an awesome song
Pelcu - 18.08.2012 at 04:10  
Rating: 9 I really like this "new" Kreator - I mean last 2 albums (Hordes Of Chaos and Phantom Antichrist). That's right - those are more melodic than early Kreator, less trash and filled with choruses. But still sounds great, music itself and compositions are mature, heavy enough to kill and melodic enough to sing Kreator did what other classic bands can't (maybe excepy Accept): reborn with highest quality and stay on the top of metal bands. My 13 years old son just become big fan of Kreator, what I think it's impossible when surrounded by so many modern metal bands... Respect!
Sync - 18.08.2012 at 04:31  
Rating: 7 I'll give it another spin soon, but my last thoughts of it were something along the lines of 'bland one-paced thrash'. I can say I wasn't listening to it properly at the time so hopefully next time it should be better.
Metalex - 21.08.2012 at 16:39  
  Great album good work Kreator!
Alex Fenger - 24.08.2012 at 00:28  
  There aren't enough 1 abusers to even out the 10 abusers.... where is the hate when you need it?
neonxaos - 02.09.2012 at 19:10  
Rating: 9 I kinda thought I was done with thrash, but this is vicious! Love it.
majstora - 04.09.2012 at 21:45  
Rating: 10 Not "Teutonic" - This is "Titanic" Trash Metal!
Angry Chair - 06.09.2012 at 19:42  
Rating: 9 One of the best thrash metal albums ever, also best kreator album.

10/10

End of story, go listen to this now if you have not heard it, it will blow you away
Mattybu - 16.09.2012 at 20:19  
  Comes outta the gate hard... But can't keep it going. How many times have I seen that happen.

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