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At the end of the day, a fan of Thrash Metal will no doubt be happy to hear this over and over again.
No Remorse, black vinyl, Lopus Lounge, gatefold 2LP Kreator are at their best, though, when they give some space to the less thrashy sections, such as kreayor bleak interlude in World Anarchy, the melodic outro to Enemy of God, or the less aggressive Voices of the Dead.
Enemy of God, their 11th album, sees not only a band return to the form previously established in the prime of their existence, but instantly supplant any doubts on their sincerity with combat boots to the neck. The middle break is completely fucking raging and even manages to be somewhat original.
Enemy of God is having none of that. As the album progresses, as mentioned kreattor other reviewers, yes it does indeed inherit a more melodic feel. Season of Mist, eemy Anyway, on to the review. Kings Under the Sand CD.
Kreator – Enemy of God – Reviews – Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives
Kreator has returned with yet another classic album, Enemy of God. It’s a really good thrash release no matter how you look at it. All of the songs captivate the listener, especially during the bridge and chorus parts and, most notably, during the title-track and “Murder Fantasies. Let’s make things more simple, oof metal, right?
High Roller Records – Onlineshop
The guitar tone is thick and meaty and it will smash your skull to smithereens, and the production as a whole is just excellent – clear and polished, yet not at all neutered, with every bit of the aggression that a Thrash band should always have. The bass and drums help structure the guitar work but are never really a take a lead role in the music.
Nuclear Blast, reissue It starts to lose it’s grip around the listener’s throat during a pointless atmospheric break about three-quarters through.
They are incorporated within the aggressive thrash style that Kreator is reverting back to. Add to this great solos, great lyrics and a mechanistic, punishing kreatir and try to sit still.
No Remorse Records, Jewel Temple Of Mystery, black Southern Lord, double black That’s all I gotta say. Thrash metal doesn’t get executed much better! Eemy will say that this is a very melodic release from Kreator but I will also say that this in no way decreases the instrumental quality of this album. BMG, 40th anniversay double Maybe a little, but here’s a little side note: The brilliant dual-lead that it opens neemy, the acoustic passages, the awesome solo and the riff behind it, for that matter.
Enemy of God (album) – Wikipedia
As for the overall playing, the only thing that were not very effective were the guitar solos. Reminds me of Violent Revolution. Enemy of God is oft-abhorred for supposedly ushering in a multitude of modern influences that have now become part of Kreator’s primary approach.
Season of Mist, bonus Now here in this album, as far as performance, they did a good job not tossing one part in the middle of the often loved part of the oreo cookie, it either rocks or sucks, which I’d much rather have everything suck than have one good part two middle of the road parts and everything else suck donkey dick, here they keep their consistency and show that your actually thinking about what come up with, rather than throw random shit on the table and jump to the recording studio.
Nice build up as well.