KREATOR - Violent Revolution (Deluxe Edition) - 2CD

Label: Nuclear Blast SKU: 1398 Catalogue ID: 0727361564605 Format: CD
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KREATOR - Violent Revolution (Deluxe Edition) - 2CD

KREATOR - Violent Revolution (Deluxe Edition) - 2CD



LABEL: Nuclear Blast

CAT NO: 0727361564605

BARCODE: 0727361564605



1. Reconquering The Throne
2. The Patriarch
3. Violent Revolution
4. All Of The Same Blood
5. Servant In Heaven – King In Hell
6. Second Awakening
7. Ghetto War
8. Replicas Of Life
9. Slave Machinery
10. Bitter Sweet Revenge
11. Mind Of Fire
12. System Decay

1. Violent Revolution (Live In Brazil)
2. Reconquering The Throne (Live In Brazil)
3. Extreme Aggression (Live In Korea)
4. People Of The Lie (Live In Korea)
5. All Of The Same Blood (Live In Korea)
6. Phobia (Live In Korea)
7. Pleasure To Kill (Live In Korea)
8. Renewal (Live In Korea)
9. Servant In Heaven – King In Hell (Live In Brazil)
10. Terrible Certainty (Live In Korea)
11. Riot Of Violence (Live In Korea)
12. Terrorzone (Live In Brazil)
13. Betrayer (Live In Brazil)
14. Lost (Live In Brazil)
15. Coma Of Souls (Live In Brazil)
16. Flag Of Hate (Live At Wacken)
17. Tormentor (Live At Wacken)

KREATOR – Violent Revolution
(Deluxe Edition)

2CD Set
(Digibook. CD2 features 17 tracks recorded live in Brazil, Korea & Wacken.)

As the 21st century was born, so Kreator underwent what was nothing less than a seismic creative rebirth. By this time, the iconic German band had released nine studio albums in the 1980s and ’90s, which had established them as one of the most important metal names of these decades.In the first period, they had helped to shape and pioneer the thrash scene through such releases as Pleasure To Kill (1986), Terrible Certainty (’87) and Extreme Aggression (’89). During the following decade, the band had opened up exciting horizons of experimentation on albums like Coma Of Souls (1990), Renewal (’92) and Endorama (’99).

Violent Revolution is without question an excellent album. While in some ways it does hark back to the glories of the band’s earlier days, nonetheless it does not sound at all nostalgic. The performances and production values are very much part of the contemporary era, and the strength of the compositions themselves are of the highest values. Rising to the challenge offered by a new generation of ambitious metal bands, Kreator proved they were far from being a spent force. Unlike so many of their peers, here was a band who still had so much creativity to offer, and were also clearly excited themselves by what they were doing. And when you hear the band themselves enjoying the entire process, then you know this is a bona fide revitalisation.

See below for tracklisting…