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Kreator - Pleasure to Kill (Reissue) Award winner

Pleasure to Kill (Reissue)
by JOGANEGAR at 22 November 2017, 1:17 PM

Ever since the first notes in “Choir of the Damned” this remastered version of Pleasure to Kill is both a reminder of the powerful effect it created when it was originally released 31 years ago and the endurance of one of the most prolific and sturdy Metal Bands of all time; A relentless musical project sustained by a genuine thrive to create and represent one of Metal’s most iconic and heartfelt genres, Thrash Metal.

Engorged completely in the subject of killing and violence but enhanced by both today’s top of the notch technological and human resources, the concept of this album as you might find out, is aggression by antonomasia, an honesty about life that goes beyond any human comfort and all those things taken for granted, and the power and control which countless serial killers and murderers seem to experience while committing their gruesome acts and turning into their own “gods”, a feeling shared by that musical catharsis which can be achieved by listening to KREATOR in any different mode, the same outlet but with a much more creative and harmless way, maybe except for one’s own neck. Needless to say, a must in every Metal Temple attendant as a milestone of Metal in its own.

Prolific to say the least KREATOR have rewarded their loyal fan base with remastered versions of all of four of their full-length albums. Mille Pezztrozza the real god of violence as some fans have dubbed him in allegiance and compliance to one of his most famous lines as composer and lyricist for KREATOR ever since the band was created, delivered a mythical performance throughout this epic and legendary work of the German juggernaut, now with more quality in order to be appreciated by the millions of fans from all around the world.

Along with “Endless Pain,” “Terrible Certainty” and “Extreme Aggression,” this album is a remastered reissue of the original album which was released in 1986 as the second album from the then upcoming German band, a perfect ten in the Metal Temple for what it represented when it was originally released and for the higher quality allowed by today’s technology in this current remaster, band your head, maybe it will resist like it did thirty years ago.

Songwriting: 10
Originality: 10
Memorability: 10
Production: 10

5 Star Rating

1. Intro (Choir of the Damned)
2. Ripping Corpse
3. Death is your Savior
4. Pleasure to Kill
5. Riot of Violence
6. The Pestilence
7. Carrion
8. Command of The Blade
9. Under the Guillotine
10. Flag of Hate
11. Take their Lives
12. Awakening of the Gods
Mille Petrozza - Vocals/Guitar
Sami Yli-Sirniö - Guitar
Christian Giesler - Bass
Ventor - Drums
Record Label: Noise Records


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