When The Sun Burns Red - Kreator - Coma Of Souls (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ When The Sun Burns Red - Kreator - Coma Of Souls (CD, Album)

  1. referencing Coma Of Souls, 3xLP, Album, RE, RM, Red, NOISE3LP Any classic reissue would be lucky to receive this treatment. Easily the best packaging ever in my hands.
  2. Jun 12,  · Artist: Kreator Album: Coma of Souls, CD CD: Noise Records - N Country: Germany Track: 2 Checkout my channel "DeathMetalArchive" for more death,thrash,doom metal and some.
  3. Kreator knew not to mess with a winning formula, so they pretty much repeated themselves for Coma Of Souls. This works for the first half of the album, which contains two of Kreators best songs, When The Sun Burns Red and Terrorzone the lone "different" song, but after Agents of Brutality it all kind of blends together Coma Of Souls songs.
  4. Apr 26,  · The fact that they were coming off perhaps their biggest album yet in 's Extreme Aggression didn't help matters, and despite its overwhelmingly solid songwriting, Coma of Souls still sounded somewhat repetitive to all but the most unquestioning of fans.
  5. Feb 23,  · It's not easy to pick favorites on an album this consistent, but the highlights for me are When the Sun Burns Red, Agents of Brutality, and Mental Slavery. The reissued CD version includes a bonus live disc that's almost 80 minutes long, and features five songs from Coma of Souls and several others from their earlier albums/5(52).
  6. The coma is endless and deep Feeling so worldly and wise Fooled by the friends that we keep Spirits on ice They'll never be free One-dimensional lives Will the coma of souls outlive eternity Children are pawns For generals to play with and kill Mercy will never be found Where mayhem is done for the thrill Righteous crusades Murder to honor a god?
  7. Kreator’s fifth album, Coma Of Souls came towards the end of the thrash metal explosion of the s and retained their classic thrash sound while combining more melodic elements of classic metal bands like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest/5(75).
  8. New second guitarist actually being recorded on the album plus the quality of the remaster (not just all EQ's pulled up into what looks like a giant block on a spectrograph) by Noise Records and the bonus live CD from a performance brings extra shine to this great and maybe most accessible classic-era Kreator album, it is still very intense and heavy, but some more conventional heavy /5(75).

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