We all love heavy metal but when you need some speed and aggression, in your metal, you go for thrash metal. This is a place for breaking necks, not for slow stuff. Do not post the Big Four. We know who they are. No covers of the Big Four, either. Those are by far the heaviest. Kind of Bus Ride Into The Sunset - Shirese - Click In The Cosmic Basin after that.
The next 3 albums terrible Certainty, Extreme aggression, and coma of souls were okay if I remember correctly. I kinda see this as a demo for endless pain as most songs from here came to endless pain. Endless pain. This is their first album and their rawest. Definitely worth a listen for sure. Pleasure to kill This is their second album and their most well known album. I really love this album after listening to it for a few times. One of their Mark Of The Dead - Prime Evil - Blood Curse Resurrection ones.
Still maintaining the heaviness and harshness of endless pain but slightly higher quality and more memorable songs. This is must listen to by them. Terrible certainty This is actually my favorite In The World (Radio) - Akafella* - In Your Mouth / In The World by them. Here they lost most of their harshness from the past two albums. Instead their lyrical content focuses on social themes,global warming and politics.
I love this album a ton. And a must listen. I really appreciate this. I really like Pleasure to Kill and Violent Revolution. I enjoy their uniqueness.
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Yeah man! Their next album after terrible certainty is extreme aggression. Mile the lead singer sounds pretty pissed off here. Still a non skippable album and one you should definitely listen to. Highlights include the title track,some pain will last and no reason to exist. Next up: coma of souls Coma of souls is my third favorite kreator album.
I love this album. Really catchy choruses as well as still maintaining heaviness. It feels really interesting from the acoustic guitar in the first song to the lyrical themes. This album basically took what terrible certainty did and made a bit more interesting and a little less violent,a slightly more produced and has some slightly more thought provoking lyrics. Highlights include pretty much the whole album.
Unfortunately then the 90s came. See up until this point,kreator had published five albums that were considered largely as amazing and really good. The 90s ruined that. This album is unfortunately needed as it allowed them to try different ideas and allowed them to produce more fresh and interesting albums.
This album keeps some thrash elements but brings some industrial elements. The drumming is my main concern. The drumming sounds really muffled and becomes downright annoying around halfway through. Same thing with the vocals. Honestly their is very little positive to talk about with this album. I would still suggest trying this album because you can see their main attempt at industrial music. If it was any other band I would probably give it a 3 or 4 or 5 out of Not a fan at all.
Maybe skip this album actually. Not super interesting or required. This album also has industrial themes like their last two albums but this album also incorporates some gothic themes and a bit of doom metal. Some songs on here are actually amazing like phobia ,Black sunrise and leave Mark Of The Dead - Prime Evil - Blood Curse Resurrection world behind. Overall a solid album but I feel like they could have taken out 2 or 3 songs. As 13 full songs the shortest song being mins is a lot for any album.
Overall I would give it a 7. This album is best taken by listening to one or two songs at a time. Their is basically no thrash elements in this album. I honestly really love this album.
I would give this album a try Andachtsjodler (Musik Für Kinder III, Nr.
29, Version 2) - Carl Orff - Orff-Schulwerk Volume Two / M pretend another band made it and not kreator. Overall I would give this album a 8. Now s.
Starting with violent revolution This album is their first album to sound like an actual thrash album since coma of souls. Here they incorporate a more melodic sound to their music. Definitely a must listen still as this album would set the foundation for their next few albums. Next up is enemy of god This album is very similar to violent revolution but maybe a bit more angry sounding. Sure their are some killer songs on here like the title track and voices of the soul and the ancient plague.
The first few songs are great and the last couple are great but the middle is largely boring and repetitive instrumentally. Next up hordes of chaos This album takes elements of their last two albums ,elements from terrible certainty and a bit of elements from the 90s.
Basically it takes all elements except their first two albums Mark Of The Dead - Prime Evil - Blood Curse Resurrection even then some of the drumming off this album comes close to reaching that level of insanity. Hordes of chaos also really feels alive instrumentally.
Next up :phantom Antichrist This album takes elements of their last three albums and includes a bit more melodies and a little less aggression.
I still love it but the lyrical content is really generic. Gods of violence This album takes what phantom antichrist did and makes it more interesting. This is my second favorite album by them as it got me into thrash metal and it got me into kreator which helped me get into harsher music. Still a 9. If you want harshness stick to their first two albums,their rehearsals,their demo from before they were kreator and their ep flag of hate and maybe terrible certainty and extreme aggression.
How I see it ,is terrible certainty is their middle ground. It also includes melodies and people who love coma of souls and their last five albums will probably still like it. I hope that helped. I could also do their eps if you would like. I could go more into detail on any of their 80s or s albums if you would like but I just wanted to keep this short and simple.
Thank you so much. I really appreciate all the work you put into describing that. Their pretty much just clean vocals. Check out the Norwegian Kolbotn scene, it's pure gold! Ritual Carnage: the highest law Deathstorm: beneath the crypts Nekromantheon: rise vulcan specter Gammacide: victims of science Inculter: persisting devolution Invocator: excursions demise Protector: golem Kings evil: deletion of human noise Nightbreed: nightbreed Prime evil: blood curse resurrection Ripping corpse: dreaming with the dead Vampire: vampire.
I'm a really big fan of Gammacide, that whole album is just perfect imo I wish they made more than one record. I've already checked out some of that list but I'll definitely take a good look at the others! Ah yeah I can't believe I forgot about these guys. I saw them live in Bmore a few years ago, they were unbelievable.
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