Phantom Antichrist

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Band Name Kreator
Album Name Phantom Antichrist
Type Album
Released date 01 June 2012
Labels Nuclear Blast
Music StyleThrash Metal
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1. Mars Mantra
2. Phantom Antichrist
3. Death to the World
4. From Flood into Fire
5. Civilization Collapse
6. United in Hate
7. The Few, the Proud, the Broken
8. Your Heaven My Hell
9. Victory Will Come
10. Until Our Paths Cross Again
Bonustrack (Japanese Edition)
11. Iron Destiny
Bonustrack (German Edition)
11. The Number of the Beast (Iron Maiden Cover)
DISC 2 (Deluxe Digipak Version)
1. Conquerers of the Ice (The Making of Phanom Antichrist)
2. Choir of the Damned (Live at Wacken 2011)
3. Hordes of Chaos (Live at Wacken 2011)
4. War Curse (Live at Wacken 2011)
5. Coma of Souls / Endless Pain (Live at Wacken 2011)
6. Pleasure to Kill (Live at Wacken 2011)
7. Destroy What Destroys You (Live at Wacken 2011)
8. The Patriarch (Live at Wacken 2008)
9. Violent Revolution (Live at Wacken 2008)
10. People of the Lie (Live at Wacken 2008)
11. Europe After the Pain (Live at Wacken 2008)
12. Phobia (Live at Wacken 2011)
13. Terrible Certainity / Reconquering The Throne (Live at Wacken 2011)
14. Flag of Hate / Tormentor (Live at Wacken 2011)

Review @ CLucker666

04 July 2012

Thrash is as good as it ever was, if not better!

Phantom Antichrist is an example of a perfect thrash metal album. Almost every song in this album is brilliant and unique. Sure there is not a huge change in vocal tone but I mean this guy's voice just keeps sounding better and better throughout the entire album. Well onto what I love about this album so much.

Well the album starts off very peaceful and relaxing with a soothing guitar in the back ground along with a man just going la-la-la-la-la. But not even a minute into it, the guitars start, and it gradually gets heavier as it transitions into the album titled track. A fast moshing song to bang your head to. But, this song even gets melodic and has a ton of groove to it. It has a pretty awesome solo towards the end of the song and goes back into the chorus to end the song. I do not want to break down every song for you guys because that would ruin the fun in listening to the album for yourself.

The vocals are so awesome and unique compared to any other band in metal itself. They are mostly just yelling but he kind of sounds like a German version of Slayer. Which is great because nothing that sounds similar to slayer could ever be bad. Some moments in this album he sings in a non stressed and just normal voice. But it is very little and just enough so you can tell that he has a great voice all around.

I think the thrash combined with the melodic riffs are what really got me hooked. Most every song has a few melodic elements whether that be the guitar solos or the chorus, they are all outstanding. Phantom Antichrist is by no means a slow melodic album, it just features a few elements but it still has that kick-ass thrash sound that every metal head loves.

I can't really hear the bass all that well but I mean that's not anything out of the ordinary. I really do like when there is a thick bass sound in the background but even if there's not, it still works for me and Phantom Antichrist is still close to flawless.

Well as you can tell, Phantom Antichrist is a magnificent thrash album and I will hopefully be adding it to my collection soon. I hope all you metal heads out there give this album a chance because I am sure you will love it as much as I do. I gave this album an 18/20 for a reason.

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