Tag: Kreator

Riffology 112 – Kreative Evolution: Part IV

Class is back in session with lesson number four in the Kreative Evolution series. In case you have been too hungover to make it to the last three classes, we have been engaged in a

Riffology 112 – Kreative Evolution: Part III

Welcome to the third installment of Kreative Evolution, our riffological examination of the Kreator catalogue. If you have been following the series, I am sure you have caught the pattern, and it should come as

Riffology 112 – Kreative Evolution: Part II

Welcome to part two of Riffology’s Kreative Evolution mini-series, wherein we will examine riffs from the Kreator catalogue on an album by album basis. 1986 was the pinnacle year for thrash. The year birthed two undisputed

Riffology 112 – Kreative Evolution: Part I

For the next several installments of Riffology, we will break from format (somewhat) by adding a little history to our lessons. We shall embark on a riff odyssey through the catalog of German thrash kings,

Kreator – Phantom Antichrist Review

Macht. Schnelligkeit. Simplizität. It’s easy to make the parallel between composers and engineers when Germany is involved. For years, mechanics all over the world tried and tried to discover Ferdinand Porsche’s great secrets of automobile

90s Essentials – Volume Five

Another week, another entry in MetalReview’s soon-to-be-legendary 100 Most Essential Albums Of The 1990s… This week features two thrash classics, a Maryland doom masterpiece, one of the best progressive death metal albums of all time,

Kreator – Enemy Of God Revisited (CD + DVD) Review

Originally written by Jon Eardley Kreator have long been one of my favorite thrash metal bands going back sixteen-plus years now, so the opportunity to offer up a review of the visual side of this

Kreator – Enemy Of God Review

Originally written by Jason Lawrence I’m sure many of you have been waiting in gleeful anticipation for this one. Violent Revolution was a good, headbangable, anthem driven Thrash Metal album from a time when good Thrash from