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Page Artiste Coroner


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  • CD (15 octobre 1990)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Noise Records
  • ASIN : B00000E0F7
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette vidéo
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Life is Full of injustice 25 mars 2007
Par darkfather - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Back in the eighties the critics loved them, fellow musicians raved about them, they were called the Rush of thrash and they blew away bands like Slayer and Metallica. It never helped them achieve the following they deserved. If they do have any form of a cult following it would be based around Tommy T Baron's sensational guitar work which by the way reaches it's apex on this album. It's progressive it's technical but it's catchy it has songs that generally clock in around 4 minutes. Coroner is exemplified by the song D.O.A absolutely stunning stuff. Music lovers know a metal band has never been as underated as Coroner.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 METAL THE WAY IT SHOULD BE 30 août 2004
Par H. Detter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had been familiar with Coroner from their "Punishment For Decandence" release which I thought was pretty good. So I decided to buy their next release. Very few albums by any band in any genre of music has steered me in a musical direction as much as Coroner's "No More Color". "Die By My Hand" is an outrageous way to start an recording. It was the most jarring sound to which I had ever been exposed. The main riff actually made me think my cd player was skipping. From there, the cd never lets up. "No Need To Be Human" just pummels my ears. "Read My Scars" is excellent. "D.O.A." has a middle section that's almost entrancing. At the time, there was alot of critism about R.Royce's vocal. I completely disagree. I thought they fit perfectly. The focus of the material is the sound of the instruments. The vocals were mostly used for atmosphere. Coroner released a few more cd's after "No More Color". Of those, "Grin" may be the only one to surpass this release. But "No More Color" is not to be missed. Pick it up and get ready to be steam rolled.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Coroner : "No More Color" 26 août 2003
Par Masked Jackal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is yet another masterpiece released by Coroner. "No More Color" isn't as fast as "Punishment For Decadence", but it's much more enjoyable from start to finish IMO. What you get here is typical Coroner, but it's much more focused than their previous releases....

"No More Color" is unique in every sense of the word. These guys are without question the best three piece outfit I've ever heard {with the exception of Rush}....

I highly recommend purchacing this, and every other Coroner release you can get your hands on. They are like nothing else, and they have a completely unique sound....

Coroner guitarist Tommy T. Baron should be considered one, if not the best guitarist out there today. His solos are things of beauty, and help lift this music beyond brilliance. The lyrics that drummer M. Marky whips up are some of the most inspirational I've ever heard, and his strange emotions are felt here through out this release. Bassist/Vocals R. Royce is the voice behind Coroner, and I wouldn't have it any other way.

This is one perfect band. Coroner doesn't have one single poor release in their five CD catalogue, and this is one of their many masterpieces. It's a little on the short side, but it doesn't matter. This is easily a five star release IMO....
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Coroner : "No More Color Tour 1990 / Live In East Berlin" 29 juin 2004
Par Masked Jackal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo Achat vérifié
I can't believe I actually found this. I've been a Coroner fan since the first sight of the MTV video "Masked Jackal" back when HB Ball was a late 80's early 90's ritual. That was the only thing I've ever seen Coroner do to promote themselves until now...
What a find!!!!
This is one of the most impressive live shows I've ever seen. The guys are in top form here, and the musicanship is practically flawless. The one guy who really stands out{to no surprise}is master guitarist Tommy T. Baron. This guy shreads like no other, and he doesn't disappoint live either. After seeing this, I'd have to say he's one of the most talented guitarist in the world today. That's no lie either, he's that good...
On with the show!!!
This must have been recorded during some kind of festival because it's certainly a festival crowd, and a festival stage. It's bigger than I expected. EXCELLENT!!!
The set consists of songs from each Coroner release, but with "No More Color" being the main focus. It's really a very good song list, and I wouldn't change anything about it. The songs all flow together great, and they give you the mixed variety as well...
What really stuck out was the uniqueness that Coroner displays live. They really play tight, and Tommy Baron's axe work will make you're jaw drop. This is one incredible live performance IMO, and I'm just in shock that I ever found this. This is something I've been wanting to see since 1990, and here we are over 10 years later!!!....
WOW!!!!!!!!!!I'm in Coroner heaven now!!!
CORONER RULES!!!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The only video release from Switzerland's finest music export 14 mars 2008
Par Furlong - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
"No More Color-Live In East Berlin" is the only official video release from the sadly defunct Swiss legends Coroner.As the title suggests,it was recorded on 4th March 1990 in East Berlin,and this set was part of the Noise Records "Thrashing The Wall" festival which came about to celebrate the destruction of the Berlin Wall.German thrashers Kreator were headline act,and Germany's own beer-swilling protagonists Tankard & England's medieval-themed Sabbat completed the festival bill line-up.Fotodisk (the company that produced this video) released the full concerts of each act seperately & simultaneously,as well as the Noise compilation CD "Doomsday News III:Thrashing East Live",which featured highlights from each of the bands' setlists.And it is blatantly obvious on the CD that even though only a three-piece,Coroner is the most sophisticated & musically superior act of the whole show.They were in a league of their own.It features tracks from predominantly 1989's landmark "No More Color" opus & it's predecessor from '88 "Punishment For Decadence",with one track from the debut "R.I.P." & their upbeat cover of Hendrix' "Purple Haze" as set-closer.Unfortunately,due to the time of recording,nothing from the revolutionary "Mental Vortex" or "Grin" albums but the show is still a classic nevertheless.This deserves a long-overdue DVD release,which could be complimented with Coroner's 3 official music promo videos,but don't hold your breath.Coroner is still one of metal's most important yet most overlooked bands.Plus there's nothing like the old power trio!
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