Endless pain

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GenreThrash Metal
Media format2-LP
Media PackagingGatefold
Available since 09.06.2017
Product code356246

It’s released on black double LPs (180 g) in a gatefold, along with sleeve notes by Mille Petrozza.

‘Endless Pain’, the debut album by thrash-metal legends Kreator, originally released in 1985, is back out now as a remastered re-release with some serious bonus features. The new edition, remastered by Andy Pearce in collaboration with Mille, has six demo bonus tracks along with a brand new cover. It’s also got a booklet that’s filled with photos, mementos and even personal notes from Mille and Malcolm Dome (Metal Hammer) about the origins of this classic.

Disc 1
  • 1 Endless Pain Kreator
  • 2 Total Death Kreator
  • 3 Storm of the Beast
  • 4 Tormentor
  • 5 Son of Evil
  • 6 Flag of Hate
  • 7 Cry War
  • 8 Bonebreaker
  • 9 Living in Fear
  • 10 Dying Victims
Disc 2
  • 1 Satan's Day Kreator Blitzkrieg Demo
  • 2 Messenger from Burning Hell Kreator Blitzkrieg Demo
  • 3 Armies of Hell Kreator End of the Word Demo
  • 4 Tormentor Kreator End of the World Demo
  • 5 Cry War Kreator End of the World Demo
  • 6 Bonebreaker Kreator End of the World Demo

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Written on: 17.05.2017

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Ancient, dirty, evil trash

Now I decided to touch this album, which probably already became a classic of German thrash, an album. I do not know, maybe somehow I always like debuts, but I find this work to be the most interesting. I'll try to explain. Here you have a high tempo (read speed), and aggression, pressure, almost black vocals, and drive riffs, and the thrash hit "Flag about Hate" also first appeared here. Yes, the quality is lame, but this creates only a sort of special taste of hell and death inherent in such works. And what will happen next? And then there is a scheme planned for almost all German groups, any genres, styles and directions. First a good debut, then there will necessarily be a release with poorly recorded drums (especially in the style of thrash metal), then another album that looks like a debut, and then the level of technicality takes off to heaven and listeners enjoy super-professional, super-technical, super-quality , But absolutely soulless and identical albums (except for some experiments). Fans of Kreator-a will argue with me passionately, but in the rest of the work of this gang I hear all the same riffs and texts presented on this release. Therefore, I recommend listening to this album as a sample of that ancient, dirty, evil, black and (probably) sincere trash. All songs are very drivey, although a bit similar, and of course you want to shake your head. I bet "5".

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