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Band: Kreator

Postby dvockins on Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:17 am

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Re: Band: Kreator

Postby numberthirty on Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:38 pm

It seems like the album Renewal was decent.
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Re: Band: Kreator

Postby brephophagist on Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:21 am

I liked Coma of Souls; haven't heard much else.

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Re: Band: Kreator

Postby jakethesnake on Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:45 am

Niot crap, a favorite back in the day. The run from "Pleasure to kill" to "Coma of souls" was remarkably consistent by 80's thrash standards and like a boot in the face of dull, second wave american thrash like Testament, Sacred Reich, Forbidden etc. Meanwhile, even if the debut is clumsy and derivative, I still like it; the oldest songs rooted in the Tormentor demos actually sounds a lot like the first Bathory album and they were clearly not ripping them off since I think those demos came out in 83-84.

The 90's stuff is typical "80's metal band try to mature and fit in"-stuff which in this case manifested itself as lots of lame industrial- and goth-flavored stuff as well as the typical post-thrash/"groove metal". I don't really rate this era and have no interest at all in revisiting.

Their return to more "classic" thrash suffers a lot from an overabundance of "gothenburg"/melodeath riffage and harmonies; I think Sodom and Destruction have made better comeback music in the past decade but I don't really care too much for any of those old fart 80's bands current music... Kreator was kings back in the day and that is enough for me.
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Re: Band: Kreator

Postby M.H on Wed Jan 11, 2017 10:21 am

I'd rate them above Destruction and Sodom (who were downright clumsy most of the time), but I've never understood the appeal of any of the 80's Deutsche-thrash bands at all.

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Re: Band: Kreator

Postby SecondEdition on Mon Jan 16, 2017 3:36 pm

From the little I've heard, I think they're fun but not amazing. Big influence on one of my favorite newer metal bands, but I'll probably wait to delve into a full-length.
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Re: Band: Kreator

Postby jakethesnake on Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:55 am

Baja 1000 wrote:Good band - fit in well with Broken Bones and English Dogs on mixtapes.
Some (well, Berger and Cosloy anyway) were pushing that Volcano Suns/Breaking Circus/Live Skull leftist college crap, but the kidz for the most part were not buying.
"Command Of The Blade" still commands respect among Football/MMA/Trump loving Deplorables the world over.

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So? Mille Petrozza was-and remains-"leftist" as fuck and is hardly the type of dude who would ever endorse Trump. And I doubt the average "Football/MMA/Trump loving Deplorable" is particularly likely to blast "Pleasure to kill" either. I remember that Kreator-like Sodom and Celtic Frost-were one of a handful metal-acts who were popular amongst crusties, D-Beat and anarchist-punks back in the day though... MayBe that was a strictly euro-thing...

EDIT:Seriously, trying to connect prime Kreator with football and MMA fans strike me as very strange. Sure your'e not referring to Pantera? Kreator appealed more to proto death-metal tape-trader dorks and hardcore thrashers who wanted to go beyond Slayer; hardly a populist meathead act at all, more a connoiseur/music-nerd thing...
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Re: Band: Kreator

Postby Bernardo on Sun Sep 29, 2019 7:33 pm

this is turning out to be a lot of work
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