Enemy of god

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Colourred
CategoryVinyl
ThemeBands
GenreThrash Metal
EditionColoured, Re-Release
Media format2-LP & CD
Media PackagingGatefold
Available since 06.01.2017
Product code345419

Available on a red, 180-gram double vinyl in gatefold, with the CD in a separate pocket and printed inner sleeves.

After ‘Violent Revolution’, Kreator were always running around on tour. ‘Enemy of God’ was released in 2005 and benefitted enormously from how well the musicians worked together. The comeback is even overshadowed in some songs – over 20 years after the band’s founding!

Disc 1
  • 1Enemy Of God
  • 2Impossible Brutality
  • 3Suicide Terrorist
  • 4World Anarchy
  • 5Dystopia
  • 6Voices Of The Dead
Disc 2
  • 1Murder Fantasies
  • 2When Death Takes It's Dominion
  • 3One Evil Comes - A Million Follow
  • 4Dying Race Apocalypse
  • 5Under A Total Blackened Sky
  • 6The Ancient Plague

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Written on: 12.03.2017

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All the compositions of this album are great, it's really excellent to see that all the songs of this album are more than catchy and well done. That's not really new with Kreator, but with "Enemy Of God" you could see that the band is maybe better than ever. Great melodies, fantastic guitars solo [Thanks to Mr Sami Yli-Sirino], more than catchy choruses, great engaged lyrics etc, no really I can't find anything wrong in this album. That's pleasure nothing more…
If the first songs of the album, like "Enemy of God", "Impossible Brutality" or "Suicide Terrorist" smell the good old Thrash metal, some songs at the end of the album are maybe a bit more in the spirit of the "melodic" Metal that we all know nowadays. Don't worry it's not a bad point, because after all it's Thrash don't worry, but for some arrangements, it's maybe more in the spirit of for example some Melodic Death Metal bands that we have today. But I say it again, it's Thrash metal before all and it's a great Thrash but just a bit more melodic and well it's not a bad point at the opposite, it's just maybe a bit more easy of access for some of you.
"Enemy Of God" is a great album, with a great cover, an excellent production by Mr Andy Sneap [Ex Sabbat]. You will see, Enemy Of God deserve to be in your records collection, with its 12 fantastic songs.

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