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  • CD (20 février 2001)
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  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000005DSM
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Premier album de kreator, du thrash bien basique et primaire. Quatre très bons titres et beaucoup de remplissage. Leur album le plus faible mais qui pose les bases des quatre suivants. À réserver aux inconditionnels.
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Album mythique dans la lignée du 1er et monumental "Pleasure To Kill".Sorti en 1985,j'avais 17 ans,une éternité !!! Bin il tape encore bien fort cette album."Flag Of Hate","Endless Pain","Tormentor",que de souvenir !!! Sa fait du bien de réécouté sa !!! Comme à la bonne époque... Sniff... Aller,un supo et au lit papy :)))) Nonnnnn,toujours vivant comme le métal !!!!! Ma musique,my life !!! Trash or Die
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HASH(0x8fb47dd4) étoiles sur 5 If you like early thrash this is for you! 22 septembre 2003
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Format: CD
Like all bands, you've gotta start somewhere. This album is vintage early thrash, very reminiscent of Show No Mercy -- in fact, some of the songs sound like they could have easily been traded with Slayer. Not quite the Kreator sound yet, they really seemed to come into their own with Pleasure to Kill, but very cool nonetheless. I've not heard the original recording, but the remaster is good -- probably cleaned up enough to appreciate the music a tad more (ie, the new KIMB). I would agree with others that this isn't the place to start if you're new to Kreator (I'd recommend Extreme Aggression or Coma of Souls for that) but if you know them and appreciate them, hearing this, their roots, should be enjoyable.
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HASH(0x8fb47e28) étoiles sur 5 Awesome Debut. Inspired many future death and black metal bands 3 mars 2006
Par Nailed To Gold - Publié sur
Format: CD
Kreator's first album does not have the crisp sound that Coma of Souls or Extreme Aggressions had, but this album set the standard for extreme thrash/speed metal at the time. Yeah, Metallica did this and Slayer did that, but there was nothing like this out there at the time. While the production might not be as good as today's standards, it does not take away from the music.

Mille's vocals are venemous, and have no doubt been an inspiration to most if not all black metal vocalists out there now. To this day, this album is still an enjoyable listen from beginning to end (and what an end it is with Awakening of the Gods)!

Classic metal. Highly Recommended.
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HASH(0x916e327c) étoiles sur 5 Pretty awesome debut (90%) 13 septembre 2006
Par Big J Moreno - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is Kreator's raw and gritty debut album. Out of the 'klassic Kreator' albums this definitely has the worst production but as you know I never really complain about that. The only complaint I have is that some of the songs just seem a tad underdeveloped for me, especially once you know how f*cking amazing they would become on their subsequent albums.

For example some of the songs from their early demo days as the band Tormentor are here and aren't quite up to par with what Kreator would produce. Songs like 'Tormentor', 'Cry War', and 'Dying Victims' are a little boring if you ask me. HOWEVER, the album is definitely not without some serious thrashers. The first three songs are an 'extreme thrash' assault to the dome! Endless Pain and Total Death have that Kreator touch written all over it, the latter having an awesome and memorable main riff. Storm of the Beast ain't exactly a slouch either continuing the evilness, the main verse riff is quite (warning bad pun coming up) BEASTLY. But then the album gets a little inconsistent. I can't forget about "Flag of Hate" with Mille's scathing vocals and great chorus, although a better version is on the Flag of Hate EP which is on the Pleasure to Kill remaster. Another thing I noticed is that some of these songs even have a Show No Mercy/Kill Em All kinda feel to them (Living In Fear and Son of Evil) which is pretty awesome considering those are some of the best metal debuts ever.

One unique thing about Kreator is their idea to have two vocalists to mix things up a bit which I think is a killer idea. Ventor (their drummer) does all the odd-numbered songs while Mille does the evens. Their lucky to have two bad*ss vocalists considering they're just a power trio.

In the end I would say to certainly pick this up along the way but if you're new to Kreator don't start here, get PTK first or Coma of Souls.
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HASH(0x916e3648) étoiles sur 5 Endless Pleasure 15 décembre 2015
Par Adam S - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The speed and intensity of this recording was fantastic. Kreator are definitely the kings of the big German metal lords (Kreator, Destruction, Sodom and Coroner). I would even proclaim Kreator as the best early metal band from continental Europe. This may be anathema to most Kreator fans, but I bought this album and Pleasure to Kill at the same time, and I like this album better. Pleasure to Kill has better sound production - but I prefer a more unrefined raw sound - the inclusion of the Tormentor "End of the World" demo tape as bonus tracks was an especial treat. As far as being introduced to Kreator by purchasing one of their later albums before these I say "Bah". The first Zeppelin album I heard was the first, the first Sabbath album I heard was the first. I still prefer Metallica's Kill em all over the others (No Life and Power Metal Demos also)- even if the later albums are seen as more technical, advanced, refined, etc etc. Very rarely in my taste are later albums preferred over early ones - about the only examples I can think of are from an earlier era such as Deep Purple and maybe Blue Oyster Cult. Celtic Frost's Morbid Tales is by far superior to "To Mega Therion", and I wont even mention "Into the Pandemonium". I also prefer Bathory's first three albums to the 4th and 5th. I don't even know if I will purchase further Kreator albums, because I'm afraid of a devolving into a sound and style more akin to a stereotypical thrash band. I don't doubt that the talent increases, but sometimes originality and uniqueness are lost as well. Give me my rough demo tapes and first albums, where the vitality of newness is boiling over and the band isn't in a position of meeting a deadline or grasping to fulfill expectations of producers or fans.
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HASH(0x916e35f4) étoiles sur 5 Kreator, the Barbarian 17 mai 2015
Par BJS777 - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is where it all began!!! 1985's Endless Pain introduces the world to 3 teen-aged high school rockers from Essen, Germany--Mille, Ventor and Rob. These 3 kids would go on to heavily influence the burgeoning scenes of Thrash and Death Metal, and they would go on to release over a dozen monster albums, pretty much very admirably consistent (although the 90's were a bit of a rough patch, but they did not fall off epically and horribly like their contemporaries, Metallica).
These guys are like OverKill--they are a solid rock, a foundation you can rely on.
Back to the beginning. Most people worship at the altar of Kreator's 2nd album, 1986's Pleasure To Kill, and that is totally fine and justifiable. However, Pleasure To Kill is not some huge step away or above Endless Pain. These 2 albums, released less than a year apart, could have been recorded almost simultaneously. This is a remarkable accomplishment for such a young band, who were basically a bar band (though not old enough to drink legally yet) that played rock standards and covers, and the occasional original song. These guys were influenced by England's Venom and Switzerland's pre-Celtic Frost, Hell Hammer. They would, in turn, go on to influence Florida's seminal Death and Sweden's At The Gates, and literally hundreds of other extreme metal acts. This is a great, relatively mature debut of deathly, thrash sonic explosions. This is a blitzkrieg. It's a decent debut. You can't go wrong with Kreator's 80's output. Terrible Certainty is my particular favorite from this period. I find Coma Of Souls to be rather overrated. Endless Pain would be my 3rd pick of their pre Violent Revolution return to form.
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