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Release date: 22 July 1997
Style: Gothic metal

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01. Leave This World Behind
02. Phobia
03. Forever
04. Black Sunrise
05. Nonconformist
06. Enemy Unseen
07. Outcast
08. Stronger Than Before
09. Ruin Of Life
10. Whatever It May Take
11. Alive Again
12. Against The Rest
13. A Better Tomorrow
14. As We Watch The West [Japanese bonus]

Review
Lyrics (13)


Line-up
Miland "Mille" Petrozza - vocals, guitars
Tommy "T. Baron" Vetterli - guitars
Jürgen "Ventor" Reil - drums
Christian Giesler - bass


Additional info
Produced by Vincent Wojno and Kreator
Recorded by Vincent Wojno and Britta Kühlmann
Assisted by Vincent Sorg, Jörg Umbreit and Sascha Kramski
Recorded at Principal Studios, Münster, Germany
Mixed by Ronald Prent
Assisted by Joerg Steinfadt
Mixed at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, Holland
Programming by Vincent Sorg, Tommy Vetterli, Guido Eickelmann, Mille Petrozza,
Jürgen Reil
Sleeve design & idea by Dirk Rudolph
Cover photos by Harald Hoffmann

Many editions of the Noise/Sanctuary Records re-issue have a factory error with the artwork. The printing on the back insert (behind the CD) contains the same artwork as the insert for Kreator's album Cause for Conflict.

Guest review by
Deadmeat

Rating:
8.0
In the 90's,the Kreator went into an "experimental" phase. In their four releases during that decade, they enhanced or even replaced their pure thrash metal style to different styles, such as Gothic, Heavy, Industrial etc. For the eight years that followed (1992-1999), many fans showed their dislike of the new stuff ,some just found it slack; only a few appreciated it.

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Ralle - 01.11.2012 at 12:59  
Rating: 10 Great record
Angry Soul - 30.07.2014 at 17:41  
Rating: 9 The first album of Kreator I listened to. So, it has a special place. It may not be trash metal, but lyrically and musically it's much more than a good album...

"Count the days that pass you by
Minds erased, the individual dies.

Conform into society
And you become your own worst enemy."

Mille has spoken an undeniable truth.
Lord_Regnier - 31.07.2014 at 00:30  
 
Written by Angry Soul on 30.07.2014 at 17:41

The first album of Kreator I listened to. So, it has a special place. It may not be trash metal, but lyrically and musically it's much more than a good album...

"Count the days that pass you by
Minds erased, the individual dies.

Conform into society
And you become your own worst enemy."

Mille has spoken an undeniable truth.


You can find lots of lyrics of this kind in Kreator's 80's and post-2000 stuff. And unlike this album, the music is also good.

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