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Extreme Aggressions - Kreator - Extreme Aggression (Cassette, Album)


  1. Kreator – Coma of Souls () Frank Blackfire was the only fumes keeping Kreator going by the nineties. Jumping shit from Sodom, his riffs and leads “enlightened” Kreator from their Extreme Aggression manifested as Teutonic speed metal to a toned-down, NWOBHM made .
  2. If you’re new to Kreator, then this album along with Coma of Souls, is a great place to start. This is a great thrash-metal berserker’s rage release from one of the best bands of the original thrash metal movement, and it has stood the test of time admirably. Happy 27th birthday to Extreme Aggressions! KREATOR ’89 was.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Extreme Aggression on Discogs.5/5(1).
  4. Jun 19,  · Extreme Aggression is the missing link between their earlier raging period and their very clean ‘Coma of Souls’ techno-thrash era. The album is loaded with all the characteristic attributes of the genre staple, from deadly riffs to solid drumming.
  5. Extreme Aggression is the fourth studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator released in
  6. At first glance of the moody cover, you'd assume Extreme Aggression was a grungy or gothic affair; an album in the spirit of their 90s output, perhaps. Instead, the fourth album in Kreator's sizeable catalogue is a mature and razor-sharp thrash classic, developing the accomplished style that the band had shown glimpses of on Terrible Certainty, and for the most part closing the chapter on.
  7. Kreator - Extreme Aggressions Lyrics: extreme aggressions from an extremely insane mind resting unconscious pushed up by white lines inhuman violence i never thought it would come this far sadistic intensions my greed for blood is growing more and m.
  8. Apr 09,  · Kreator has reached a higher level of musicianship with their fourth album Extreme Aggression. The song structures are more complex, there are a lot of riffs packed into each song, and the playing is a lot more technical/5(65).
  9. It carefully spans the band's ten-album back catalog, from early speed metal freakouts ("Awakening of the Gods," "Tormentor") to classic, mature mid-period thrash ("Extreme Aggression," "People of the Lie") through the band's mid-'90s experimental period ("Lost," "Golden Age"), as well as a large chunk of 's return-to-form record, Violent.

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