Comes as a black double LP (including ‘Out of the Dark...into the Light’ EP).
The third album, ‘Terrible Certainty’, by the thrash metal powerhouse Kreator appeared for the first time in 1987. Now it appears once again in the form of a remastered double CD edition. In addition to the album, which is convincing in every way, this package contains the legendary 'Out of the Dark...into the Light' EP from 1988 as a bonus. The included live recordings are from the 1988 Dynamo Club gig (Eindhoven / NL).
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Tracklist - Terrible certainty
- 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
- 8.Behind the Mirror
- 1.Impossible to Cure
- 2.Lambs to the Slaughter
- 3.Terrible Certainty (Live at Dynamo Club, Eindhoven)
- 4.Riot of Violence (Live at Dynamo Club, Eindhoven)
- 5.Awakening of the Gods (Live at Dynamo Club, Eindhoven)
- 6.Flag of Hate (Live at Dynamo Club, Eindhoven)
- 7.Love Us or Hate Us (Live at Dynamo Club, Eindhoven)
- 8.Behind the Mirror (Live)
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The third album of the Bundes-thrash legend once again confirms the rightness of the fundamental philosophical law about the transition of quantity to quality. And in everything, because it was with "Terrible Certainty" Kreator became a quartet (forgive me, the apologists Sodom and Destruction, but I think that this treshnyak can only play 2 guitars). And the hours spent by Mille together with the rehearsals have paid off, as the level of play on Kreator instruments has grown significantly compared to the previous album. Beginning with "Terrible Certainty", the Germans in their music acquired what I always liked about them, namely: a clear militaristic rhythm, rigid, complex guitar riffs, sane solos, and cold and merciless, like a surgeon's scalpel, mood. The quality of the recording was improved by an order, this crooked sound disappeared, which spoiled the whole impression of "Pleasure to Kill". Concerning lyric affairs, everything has also become all right, Mille strained his brains and worked out instead of stupid texts on the basis of cheap horror films, clever, sharp-social lyrics. In his texts, Herr Petrozza addresses the problems of environmental pollution ("Toxic Trace"), madness and "internal demons" (Behind the Mirror), the persecution of the first Christians in the Roman Empire ("Blind Fate") and so on. In general, there is no point in getting deeper, and so everything is well known to everyone. In a word - a classic!
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