Scenarios of Violence mp3 Artist Compilation by Kreator

Scenarios of Violenceby Kreator

  • 16 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 1:07:39


1.Suicide In Swamps5:10
3.Extreme Aggression4:42
6.Ripping Corpse4:19
7.Tormentor (Live)2:33
8.Some Pain Will Last5:38
9.Toxic Trace5:08
10.People Of The Lie3:13
11.Depression Unrest3:57
12.Coma Of Souls4:19
13.Europe After The Rain3:13
14.Limits Of Liberty1:39
15.Terrible Certainty4:17
16.Kamic Wheel6:07
Kreator started out as Mille Petrozza, Jurgen Reil, and Rob Foretti starting a thrash metal band with death metal influences. They released their debut, Endless Pain, and it is said to be a very influential album. The band later released their next album, Pleasure to Kill, which is also a huge thrash metal classic. It has fast riffs and shows the band's technical ability. In 1987, Terrible Certainty was released. It is more complex and awesome than the album before. Kreator was soon signed to epic records to record Extreme Aggression, and it became a huge metal hit. It is considered to be their best album ever, and they had a documentary made about them. In 1990, they released Coma of Souls, which was not as big of a hit. However, when 1992 came out, many bands including but not limited to: Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, Sepultura, and Overkill. Kreator, rather than changing to alternative rock, experimented with their sound and added industrial metal to their sound. They followed that experimentation on Renewal. Personally, I felt that it was a good thing that Kreator didn’t turn into alternative rock like almost every other thrash metal band at the time. I didn’t really like how Metallica released the Black Album, or Megadeth’s Countdown to Extinction, not to mention Anthrax’s Sound of White Noise. They wanted their fame and money like in the 80s, and they did so by isolating their old fans for a bigger group of more loyal fans. Those fans, they knew, would buy all of their albums, most of their merchandise, and give them much more money than their old fans. What those bands fail to realize is that their old fans are more loyal that the new fans. The old fans found them when they were independent, told their friends, and are solely responsible for their success later. With all of that out of the way, this album has remastered and unreleased tracks, a must for any Kreator fan.