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Kreator - Terrible Certainty (9,5/10) - Germany - 1987

Genre: Thrash Metal
Label: Noise Records
Playing time: 35:57
Band homepage: Kreator

Tracklist:

  1. Blind Faith
  2. Storming With Menace
  3. Terrible Certainty
  4. As The World Burns
  5. Toxic Trace
  6. No Escape
  7. One Of Us
Kreator - Terrible Certainty
The third album of the living legend KREATOR is absolutely essential for every Thrash fan. "Terrible Certainty" contains also just great songs of a skullcrushing sort! Unfortunately, this doesn't affect the production, which was very moderate.

This is such a shame, because songs like "Terrible Certainty", "Toxic Trace" or "No Espace" are classics of the band and the holy bible for every Thrash fan, who lived at that time. But this shouldn't spoil the pleasure, because they put one headbanging orgy on one another.

Great riffs, fast drums and a Mille, who screams his soul out rule this record! Though the following both albums "Extreme Aggression" and "Coma Of Souls" are not really better but due to its perfect productions there is a little bit more power in it. The songs on "Terrible Certainty" are as good as the songs on those other albums, but the sound needs the subtraction of a half point. (Online September 13, 2002)

Ralf Henn



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