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  1. Kreator's savage debut Endless Pain is viewed as a pivotal album in the creation of the thrash-influenced black metal sound. It's being reissued here on double vinyl complete with the group's original demos - Blitzkrieg () and End Of the World () - recorded when they .
  2. Endless Pain is the debut studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator, released in October by Noise Records. The album combines elements of black metal and thrash metal, ultimately creating a black metal-influenced thrash sound inspired by /5(11).
  3. Endless Pain is the debut studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator, released in October by Noise Records. The album combines elements of black metal and thrash metal, ultimately creating a black metal-influenced thrash sound inspired by 5/5(8).
  4. Black metal/Blackened Thrash ; Death metal ; Doom/Stoner/Sludge/Retro/Occult ; Glam/Sleeze/Hardrock ; Gothic rock/New Wave.
  5. 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(91).
  6. Blitzkrieg (as Tormentor) (demo) ()1. Armies Of Hell: 2. Cry War: 3. Satan's Day: 4. Messenger From Burning Hell.
  7. Download Kreator - Endless Pain ( Remastered) ()FLAC torrent or any other torrent from Audio > FLAC Direct download via magnet link.
  8. Kreator would eventually become one of the dominant European thrash outfits of the late '80s, but their debut, Endless Pain, wasn't much more than a musical starting point from which the band sorely needed to erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfoing moments during numbers like "Total Death," "Storm of the Beast," and "Living in Fear" hint at the group's eventual development into hard music erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfo: $
  9. Kreator's debut album Endless Pain was released in when the German trio were under 18 years old. As you can imagine, the album is much rawer and less polished than the albums which would follow, both in terms of studio sound quality and in the band's own performances/5(82).

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