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Performer: Kreator
Title: Renewal
Style: Heavy Metal,Speed/Thrash Metal,Industrial Metal
Duration: 53:31
Released: 1992
Size MP3 version: 1672 mb
Size FLAC version: 1412 mb
Size WMA version: 1731 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 588
Genre: Pop Rock

Kreator - Renewal mp3 download

Kreator - Renewal (1992).

Never to be seen again Ever to release the pain Renewal of our minds Renewal of my mind.

Текст песни: Imperfection, new temptation Innocence will breed new life Disillusion, desperation Free my mind and let it rise.

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Label: Dynamic Music ‎– DM 0154. Format: Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release.

Дата релиза 26 Октябрь 1992. Лейблы Noise International. Recorded at Morrisound Studios. Музыкальный стильThrash Metal. Владельцы этого альбома284.

Renewal is "phase 1" from Kreator's experimental period, and it showed us that the 90's were a goldmine for Kreator, because, using their newly found elements, they created one of the best albums the metal scene has ever witnessed. Renewal is a work of pure artistic creativity, it changed the true meaning of catchiness, it's incredibly succesful at creating a fitting atmosphere, and serves as one of the most recognizable albums mankind has ever experienced. And concerning ‘Renewal’ I can only say I really like the album. I’m glad I got the chance to see most of these songs live when Kreator toured in 1992.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Winter Martyrium Kreator Kreator 5:43
2 Renewal Kreator Kreator 4:35
3 Reflection Kreator Kreator 6:15
4 Brainseed Kreator Kreator 3:17
5 Karmic Wheel Kreator Kreator 6:05
6 Realitätskontrolle Kreator Kreator 1:22
7 Zero to None Kreator Kreator 3:11
8 Europe After the Rain Kreator Kreator 3:12
9 Depression Unrest Kreator Kreator 5:12
10 Winter Martyrium [Rare Version] Kreator Kreator 6:13
11 Trauma Kreator Kreator 5:12
12 Europe After the Rain [Remix] Kreator Kreator 3:14


Roberto Fioretti - Guitar (Bass)
Frank Gosdzik - Guitar
Kreator - Composer, Primary Artist
Tom Morris - Producer
Mille Petrozza - Guitar, Vocals
Mark Prator - Engineer
Jürgen Reil - Drum Programming
One of the bands' biggest changes was this album, Renewal. Released on October 26, 1992, the album is the bands' first experimental album.Changing their style to Thrash / Industrial Metal, the band had lost their money after tourists saying the album is horrible when Kreator toured.This was the final Kreator album to contain Drummer Jurgen "Ventor" Reil.But in 1996 he reunited in Kreator, and has remained in the band since.Featuring the artwork by Dave McKean (Machine Head, Fear Factory), and the hit songs "Winter Martyrium", "Renewal", "Brainseed", the classic instrumental "Realitätskontrolle", and "Depression Unrest", this album may be considered s--t to some people, but to me it is a classic!With it's ferocious guitar riffs, it's fast and pounding drums, it's screaming Guitar solos, it's throbbing bass guitars and it's aggressive and yelling-out Vocals, this album is a rare CD to get, so all those fans of Industrial / Thrash... Go GET SOME OF THIS, Cause this IS the new Kreation of those two Genres!For Fans of: Sepultura, Nailbomb, Soulfly, Sodom, Slayer, Grip Inc., DestructionTop Five Best Songs:1. Winter Martyrium2. Renewal3. Europe After the Rain4. Brainseed5. Depression Unrest
My first impression about this album was that I highly disappointed. I think I heard it from a cassette and it sounded OK but when I heard some songs from a collection which contained songs from all of their first six albums, I was even more disappointed on the sound and songs. But I have heard that one of the person who had had a similar first impression listened to it again when it had gone years after the first listen - he was impressed. And much later I was impressed for listening to the album again. "Renewal" was an album which took the band to the new direction. It was a direction which most fans didn't like but in my opinion this album proves that they were not afraid to experiment with sounds. It was still kick-ass metal. It wasn't thrash metal but it was damn heavy and very metal. This album is definitely a grower.When I heard song "Winter Martyrium" I feel like I was in the middle of snow and ice caused by cold people. The song is a great starting song. Even better is the title song which follows it. "Reflection" and "Brainseed" are amazing songs too but it was really hard to get into those songs."Karmic Wheel" is a long track but I think it is one of the highlights of the album. The songs may be slower than Kreator had made before but they were still heavy. "Realitätskontrolle" is a short snack but it fits very well here. "Zero to None" is a good song but also the most forgettable song here. "Europe After the Rain" - this song is my number one Kreator song of all-time. It is highly political like Kreator songs usually are and the song structure is very different. "Depression Unrest" is quite a good closing song - not one of the best ones but notone of the worst ones either.If you don't know this Kreator album although you area fan of them or simply have rejected when you listened to it for the very first time, I suggest you give it a chance and don't compare its sounds to other Kreator albums because this album is something like no other. It is still aggressive and raw - 100 % of Kreator.
Last time we left off Kreator with the valid, but hardly stellar Coma of Souls. The most valid of all “Teutonic Thrash Metal” bands returned in 1992 with Renewal: the common consensus has considered this as an “non-understood chapter”, an “experimentation” and “an ill-treated obscure gem”. It must be very obscure, then, if 90% of Kreator fans decanted it, making it elevate as one of the band’s classic albums.Cutting out any kind of irony, Renewal is, honestly, one of Kreator’s most uninspired albums. The album’s main influence, contrarily to what the consensus wants, isn’t “Industrial”, but rather Post-Punk: most of the cuts here feature slight arranging and melodic ineptitude and a wanted desire to strip unnecessary devices that could enrich the album’s shallowness. Long before the “personal view of hell” à la Trent Reznor had invaded the music market and many musicians’ focuses, Mille Petrozza had shown the same kind of musical confusion and loss of capacity of to foresee the future and sudden desire to shut down the distortion, as cuts like “Reflections” and “Karmic Wheel” feature slower rhythms, clean and more varied progressions and leads. Unfortunately, this loss of focus had the bad effect of transforming his voice, once a punishing snarl (that can be seen as an example of proto-Black vocals) into an unlistenable hoarse agonic shout that can make one think what the hell happened to his voice. “Zero to None” features the use of B tuning, but the highlights end here, as the album is voluntarily poor and shallow, as to prove that Petrozza’s mind was in another place while recording this highly inconsistent album. The title track is stunning in its banality, and no reverb-drenched drumming performance can hide it. Excuse us, but the vocal performance here is unexplainable and inexcusable.Highlights: “Winter Martyrium”, “Karmic Wheel”.