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  1. Kagis
    May 10,  · KREATOR ENDLESS PAIN LP Endless Pain was the debut LP by German thrash metal legends Kreator. The production on the original was very raw and unpolished. The band was obviously very young and clearly imitating other early extreme metal bands like Venom.. Endless Pain was released in on Noise Record.
  2. Tami
    But one album that can only be described by such violent description is Kreator's phenomenal debut, Endless Pain. If later Kreator can be imagined as battalions of riot police methodically striking down all opposition, then Endless Pain is a group of soccer hooligans obsessed with nothing but inflicting wanton violence upon anyone.
  3. Talmaran
    Endless Pain was released in October by Noise Records. It was a savage debut; its crude thrashing quickly had the underground metal world abuzz with excitement. This album has been known to be viewed as a pivotal album to black metal bands that enjoy thrash metal elements, ultimately creating a thrash-influenced black metal sound.
  4. Taurn
    Endless Pain (Remastered) (2LPs - GV) by Kreator - Vinyl LP () for $ from tikedevwindcambigingslecreauponeli.xyzinfo Heavy Metal - Order by Phone Price: $
  5. Dadal
    Endless Pain, an Album by Kreator. Released in October on Noise (catalog no. N ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Thrash Metal. Featured peformers: Mille .
  6. Shaktinris
    B5 Dying Victims B2 Cry War A1 Endless Pain D2 Cry War A2 Total Death B1 Flag Of Hate B4 Living In Fear Seller Rating: % positive.
  7. Turr
    KREATOR ENDLESS PAIN LP Endless Pain was the debut LP by German thrash metal legends Kreator. The production on the original was very raw and unpolished. The band was obviously very young and clearly imitating other early extreme metal bands like Venom.. Endless Pain was released in on Noise Record.
  8. Moktilar
    Endless Pain contains a lot of music that demonstrates what the band would later become as well as a fair amount of music that sounds unlike anything the band would ever repeat. `Bone Breaker,' and `Cry War,' being two examples of the later category. If you are curious about Kreator, definitely try another album /5(82).
  9. Zolokazahn
    Endless pain is the Kreator debut, releasing in October with Mille and Ventor sharing the vocals. It was recorded in just ten days which explains the rawness of it. The vocals are an immediate highlight of the title track, a sadistic glaze over its rippling, busy guitars and the steady crashing of Ventor's drums/5(44).

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