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Do not buy this album unless you enjoy being schooled by some of the most talented and aggressive thrashers going round. The vocals will rip your head off, the intricate chugging riffs will make you want to give up playing guitar ever again, as will the explosive leads and tempo changes, and the pulverising bass and drum work. It gets worse, too, because their following album 'Dormant Heart' is even better.
Just bought this one recently, so I'm still undecided how it compares to 'Dormant Heart'. They sound similar with their technical chugga and styles, so, so far, so good, so what?V 1 Comment
Lol! This album will either go straight over people's heads because of its progressive technicality, and the sheer amount of crazy stuff going on. Like any excellent album, it requires effort upon the listeners part. If you're into Limp Bizkit, shuffle off. If you're into brutal technical thrash, name one band on the planet doing it better than these youngsters.
This album is just riff after riff after riff. The production is a minor detrimental factor, but this is brutal, frenetic, and urgent thrash metal dragged from 30 years ago and brought into the 21st century. If you! re seeking a quick, easy fix, go listen to Limp Bizkit. But if you're not a moron and are into a demanding 70-minute progressive thrash album, here it is.
Ah, I have this on import, so have yet to hear it. Apparently it's their best so my expectations are high.
It's not 'The Blackening' but it's ok. A bit of a hit-and-miss band for me.
Just give it a listen! Amazing riffs, nice solos, some really interesting intros out there. Briefly, great greek thrash metal album
I shall give it a listen. One of the few bands I've not heard on here.
Great album from my hommies...Thrash from Greece boys and girls
My goodness! Someone else other than me owns this? It's not thrash, but it was rap/metal crossover well before Anthrax got there.
Maligned, just like any band who is influenced by Bay Area thrash. I don't understand it because they still have their own style, draw from an array of influences, and on this one it is Metallica meets Killswitch Engage meets Trivium. I encourage bands who draw from the best, not the worst, otherwise we'd hear nothing but Korn and Limp Bizkit.
My favourite Trivium album. A concept album that does not remit. There's not enough adjectives to describe this epic.
Yes, the first Kreator album I bought, and it was a good one.V 2 Comments
You can have them.
Bay Area Thrash from one of the greats. Is anyone doing 80's thrash in the modern day better than these guys? The addition of Hoglan was a great one, whilst Skolnik and Pieterson still deliver big time.
My goodness, what an album. Equal parts 'Reign In Blood' and 'Pleasure to Kill'. Music to...sheesh?...cut your leg off with a butter knife. ) Brutal thrash album.
Excellent band who still maintained their punk politics but moving with the times as well. Much respected band.V 1 Comment
Hey, 'Reign in Blood' fans, how do you feel about this beast?V 1 Comment
Imperium is epic, and despite some uncomfortable nu-metal elements, it's a pretty good record.
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