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  • Audio CD (8 April 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Metal Blade Records
  • ASIN: B000063CPG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 224,386 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "brasshande" on 9 Nov. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This album is so Metal it's difficult to describe how good it is. In the simplest of terms, it's absolutely awesome. It's everything a Thrash Metal album should be and more, with everything turned up past eleven, to a scale even Spinal Tap's Nigel Tufnell would not believe. It's THAT Metal! Massive amounts of superb riffs, speedy and precise drumming with a healthy proportion of blast beats which always goes down well, and, for one night only, the nasty, spiteful-sounding vocals of superb Metal singer Tomas Lindberg. To this day, Tomas is best known as the former voice of At The Gates, and to be honest, that is where he did his best work, although his projects since then, including The Great Deceiver and the excellent Lock Up have been very impressive. On 'Crowned In Terror' though, he gives probably his best performance since the break up of ATG seven years ago. Barking out the lyrics and obviously having a whale of a time doing it, he compliments the the massive Thrash riffs of Marko Tervonen and Marcus Sunesson perfectly. There is simply not a dull moment on this whole album, with Metal corkers like Under The Whip and the brilliant title track. However, the finest song for me has to be the album closer Death Metal Holocaust, where The Crown borrow the their drumming style directly from Krisiun (constant blastbeats and a double bass attack, breathtaking stuff!) and utilise a twin-vocalist assault of Lindberg and regular The Crown frontman Johan Lindstrand to absolutely stunning effect. It's Metal enough to make Manowar weep into their loincloths, and it's as heavy a song as you'll ever hear in the Thrash Metal genre. Like the rest of this brilliant album, it's Metal enough to make your eyes water, and that's the best way to be!
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By Agma on 25 Nov. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Crushing, precise, delicious piece of frenetic melodic death metal from these Swedish speeders. This is an aptly termed label for this dose of awesomeness, and is the result when everyone is firing on all cylinders; as this is a perfectly executed piece of madness which curtails a rich sense of prevailing melody. Some of the highlights include "Tomas Lindberg" stellar vocal roar and the drummer "Janne Saarenpaa" which conducts umbelieveable rolls and accuracy across the board.

The songs are melodic death metal perfection; fast, aggressive and tuneful. Admittedly, there is a small dose of metalcore for added measure, and a massive overload of pure thrash onslaught. Every single song delivers songwriting triumph from beginning to end with the "Satanist" a possible album highlight. On a very serious note, it doesn't get much better than this!; fans of the more red hot side of thrash-death metal might recall an associate Swedish band known as "Defleshed". This is somewhat along a similar sonic carriageway as this CD. Still, they will struggle to ever eclipse this beast that's for sure, it's simply incredible!.
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THIS ALBUM IS BRUTAL JUST HOW DEATH METAL SHOULD BE WITH PLENTY OF KICK ARSE RIFFS ITS ONE DAMN FINE ALBUM!!!
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By The Holy Ferret on 9 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The Germans in trying to take over many territories (including the UK where they still faced firm opposition from an army of mutant Dolphins), thus dispersed their forces, and once supply lines were cut, their forces were the first album for 'The Crown' to feature Mr. Lindberg on vocals (which has automatically gained the album top reviews simply due to the bias element). 'The Crown', despite having donated some excellent songs to the ever expanding spectrum of metal, have arguably never produced a solid 100% monkey killer record though. Thus Lindbergs fantastic growl efforts do not guarantee a brilliant album...
Fortunately for the nations requisiste maps for 90p population, 'Crowned In Terror' not only ranks as 'The Crowns' best album, it's also up there with 'Wages Of Sin' as one of the best album's of 2002.
Firstly the mix sounds a lot better. Solo's no longer sound muffled beneath a sea of down tuned guitars, and the vox now sound like a chicken catapulted through the sky, cited to land on your head. Well actually no they don't, but they do sound killer. Tomas' voice has improved since he was in 'At The Gates' tot he point where he now sounds like a talking rabid Doberman.
Whilst the album does contain a lot of blast beats, it doesn't fall into the typical death metal trap of every song sounding the same (as was the case with some of the previous albums). Melody lines are carefully structured yet never compromise brutality. The lyrics deel with multiple themes, not just your average praise satan afair (Altho for death metal purists the last but one track is sure to please). Trevor will be over in a minute with his prize winning turkey, but what really gives the album the edge is the guitar work.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
All hail the new kings of thrash! 11 Jun. 2002
By Wheelchair Assassin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
With thrash originators like Metallica, Slayer, Sepultura, and Megadeth having long since modified their sounds (I'll avoid using the word "sellout," as that is a matter for another discussion), The Crown stand poised to lead the genre through the new millenium. "Crowned in Terror" is an unbelievably intense and well-constructed album from this Swedish outfit. The ripping riffs and blastbeat drumming that open the title track after a brief intro promise a roaring good time, and the album never fails to deliver. Tomas Lindberg's voice hasn't changed much from his "Slaughter of the Soul" days with At the Gates, but he seems more committed than ever to lacerating his larynx to please the crowd. The guitars pile on one devastating riff and blazing solo after another, relentlessly pounding out aggression. The rhythem section is among the tightest I've ever heard, led by Jaane Saarenpaa's mindblowing precision and variety on the drum kit. But perhaps most importantly of all, this album is an unmitigated blast to listen to. The Crown imbue their thrash with a fun and energetic spirit that hearkens back to the days of such albums as "Kill 'Em All" (Sure, I was only four in 1983, but I can imagine). However, despite that fact that music like this has been done numerous times before, the Crown take their influences and turn them into a sound that is all their own. In a thrash genre that has now existed for about two decades, they are retro without being derivative, and that may be their most remarkable feat of all.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Damn! 13 Feb. 2005
By DefMetal - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I just bought this cd today and I love every song! From start to finish this cd smokes! That's a rare feet in my eyes. I am new to the death/black metal scene, and this is by far the best cd I have bought (Death's "the sound of perseverance" a close 2nd.).

If you are just getting into this type of music also, and want something that will blow you away!! Check this cd out. I promise you want be disappointed.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Let me explain. 23 May 2003
By Sewer_Gator - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
No, this is not like Slayer. And no this is not entirely like At the Gates. It is far more brutal then either of those bands, and Tomas' vocals are more intense then his days in At the Gates, perfect, if you ask me. Yes, it does have some At the Gates sounding stuff, becuase of course they are both Swedish bands. Although that is so, it actually has an even divide of Gothenburg and American sounding parts, while the American parts are not as "grindy" (as I put it), as most American death metal. All of the songs are some what "melodic" sounding ... exept for "Death Metal Holocuast" which is an all out American style death metal song.
With all that said, this is a phenomenal peice of work. No filler. No half baked songs. This is an entire album of brilliantly blended Swedish and American fury. This CD still kicks my butt every time I put it in the CD player. The drummer is insane, though he tends to repeat his fills a lot, but we'll let that slide, becuase the fact that he can do steady fills in between his high speed (and always precisely on time) blast beats, is good enough. The guitar work, is very good, switching on and off between the American leads, and the "melodic" Gothenburg leads.
Once again, I give this the highest recommendation, it's a great CD, no filler, just great death/trash the whole way though ... buy it!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great Death Metal... 25 July 2002
By Pablosa - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
When I listen to albums like this, I'm really proud of being a metal fan...This album is awesome.The vocalist is Tomas Lindberg(At The Gates, Grotesque, Infestation, LockUp, Disfear, The Great Deceiver, Skitsystem) most known as "Tompa". He doesn't match his work in At The Gates 'cause he doesn't force his voice that much, but he does a great job in this album...The Crown is pure chaos...Violence, aggression, speed and chaos combined in a perfect mixture of death metal (what would you expect from songs entitled "Death Metal Holocaust" or "Crowned in terror"?). The Crown plays death metal, that can be called sometimes melodic, or sometimes just pure old-school death metal...But these guys rock. This album is really intense and dinamic. They combine AtTheGates, Slayer, Motorhead or even faster and extreme, with lots of fresh, new and intelligent ideas, making the difference with bands of the same style. Lots of combinations of riffs, different drum speeds, cool solos, chaotic vocals (combined together with a great sound!) won't let you rest while you're listening to this album. It seems these guys have their finger on the pulse of heavy metal. This album rocks!! For any heavy metal fan!!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Brutal Death/Thrash Metal Album 12 May 2005
By Terri L. Schneider - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album never fails to deliver, very brutal, just one hell of a killer record
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