8 thoughts on “ Tormentor - Kreator - Endless Pain (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. "Feel the Endless Pain!!" "Pleasure To Kill" would never have been what it is without this album here which is filled with pure aggression! This is Kreator's first full length album which was released in October of This album is totally chaotic, straightforward and extreme.
  2. KREATOR - Endless Pain (Thrash Metal, Germany) 12" Vinyl LP Album "Endless Pain" is the debut (first) full-length album released by the Teutonic (German) Thrash Metal band "KREATOR". It was released in October under "Noise records N ".
  3. Okay, one cannot say that the album was highly original. Kreator wanted to sound as demonic, evil and abnormal as possible, but their closest competitors, Destruction and Sodom, pursued the same target. Furthermore, "Endless Pain" holds some .
  4. Tormentor Kreator. Produced by Horst Müller. Album Endless Pain. Tormentor Lyrics [Instrumental Intro] Riding in darkness through the Hell of .
  5. Kreator. Kreator is a thrash metal band from Essen, Germany, formed in with no name, but decided on Tormentor in They originally performed a speed metal style with Venom influences. Their style of music is similar to their compatriots Destruction and Sodom, the other two big German thrash metal bands.
  6. Jun 13,  · Kreator’s studio life began properly in with the unrefined chaos of Endless Pain (Noise). Apparently almost landed with the less than stellar title of ‘Heads Up’, the debut featured no subtlety, no ballads, and absolutely no chance for your neck to recover from one song to the next: a pulverising explosion of pure brutality.
  7. Endless Pain, Total Death, Storm of the Beast, Tormentor, Son of Evil, Flag of Hate, Cry War, Bonebreaker, Living in Fear, Dying Victims.
  8. Endless pain is the Kreator debut, releasing in October with Mille and Ventor sharing the vocals. It was recorded in just ten days which explains the rawness of it. The vocals are an immediate highlight of the title track, a sadistic glaze over its rippling, busy guitars and the steady crashing of Ventor's drums/5(94).

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