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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
An intricate varient album, and yes...its f**king killer \m/ 17 Nov 2004
By Patrick K. Flavin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Well..to start off...this album was a total gamble for me...id only heard one song, ("Schwars Ist Unser Panzer (Ich Batt'einen Kameraden)"),and i very much enjoyed it...the starting riff was a phenominal head grinding blastbeat from hell..and it progressed into an almost "satanic" style black/death metal melody like you would hear from "Abominant"...anyway...back on topic...the minute i popped this album in my computer i knew that i would be shredding to this one for a long time to come...heres a few reasons why...

SONGS:

1. Das Leben will gewonnen sein (Time: 3:16) (8/10) -
If you want a song more brutal than this...good luck finding it...it starts off with a death roar and a riff that goes straight for your juggular and doesnt let up until the final second ticks off the track time counter, tempo changes and brutal drumming are the keys to this song, the lightning fast riffage add effect here as well..good healthy song...

2. P2krieg (Time: 4:33) (10/10) -
Easily my favorite song on this album...starts off with a German World War II themed movie clip...and instantly melds into a skull crushing blastbeat riff that will melt your inner ear in a maëlström of cosmic death metal energy (i just made that up...but it sounded cool) anway..the song stays hard and heavy the whole way through...gradually slowing as more time ticks off, until it comes to a virtual halt near the end in an impossibly heavy/slow section of extreme riffage...might just be one of the most fun songs to listen to in my "Library of Congress" sized cd library...hehe...

3. Der Panzertöter (Time: 2:58) (5/10) -
This song might just be the reason this album received 4 stars instead of 5, it starts off with a guitar melody and vocals that sound more NSBM (National Socialist Black Metal) than anything else...im not the biggest of black metal fans (huge understatement) so this song did little for me...it picks up in the middle a bit..and gets into some great double bass kicks and harsher vocals, but then it lapses right into the same Norwegian black metal style again...not recommended for any brutal death fans out there...

4. Panzergrenadier (Time: 4:21) (9/10) -
This song starts out brutal as f**k, total low toned ear shredding riffs and double bass kicks...when the vocals come in, its a refreshing contrast in unison (growling and screeching) which i always enjoy, then it picks up into a just as heavy, higher pitched sort of melody which along with the insane drumming, sounds ultimately extreme...and the best part comes around 3:05 in the song...when they introduce a "anti-god" sound clip along with equally as unholy and brutally lightning fast riffs with just as brutal drumming...excellent song...

5. Schwars ist unser Panzer (Ich batt'einen Kameraden) (Time: 5:15) (10/10) -
I mentioned a little about it in the reviews introduction....this song is absolute perfection...mixing brutal death metal, war themed vocals (all in German) and hints of black/death guitar melodies...into an unholy concauction of utter brutality that will trap you in a headbanging frenzy for the entire 5 minutes and 15 seconds of the song...German Death Metal at its finest!

6. Unser höchste Chre (Time: 3:13) (8/10) -
This song starts out in a mid paced falling intonational trance sort of melody, yet the drums are insanely fast with double bass kicks a plenty the whole way through...at around 0:40 it kicks into some lightning fast riffage that will have you thrashing along...and it continues to lapse and progress like this until around 1:24 when an interesting time change variation takes over and it gets (gasp) even FASTER! Totally killer riffs and insane drumming the whole way through...a mosh pit monkeys dream..haha...

7. Kalt wie der finsternis (Time: 4:18) (7/10) -
Another oddly black metal sounding song, yet this one was a bit different...in the fact that the higher pitched vocals werent used on this as much, but rather the more death metal themed low toned growls, the double bass kicks on this one were just as extreme as its predecessor, and around 1:59 the guys add a nice refreshing guitar solo on top of a moderate riff that really makes you appreciate the way these guys can mold their music into so many different styles and still sound just as intense...

8. Zum Oegenstoss (Time: 5:09) (9/10) -
This song is the most interesting on the entire album, it has it all...slow progressing beginning, guitar solos, time changes and tempo swings galore, melodys ranging from nsbm to thrash to brutal death...even the drummer has a variety of different tempo swings he throws into to meld into the music, just when you think you know where this song is going...something new pops out at you and surprises you in a good way...this song is one of those melodic death thrashers your parents have been warning you about...and one of the most interesting ive heard in a long while...

Overall, this album deserves a 4.7/5, but they dont give that option...and i cant give it a 5...so im stuck with 4/5 here...id describe this as a must own for almost any death metal enthusiast...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
THIS ALBUM IS AWESOME!!! 22 Dec 2003
By Dick E. Normus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I got to know about this band thanks to it's drummer, the guiness record for beats per second (more than 20) and I loved this band right away. They kind of suond like The Berzerker but Panzerchrist is a heavier and less complex death metal, no electronic sounds but just pure metal! This is a MUST in any death metal fan's collection. Trust me, you'll love it!!
Perfect, Absolutely Perfect. 9 Dec 2006
By Matthew O'Meara - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Panzerchrist has always been an amazing, brutal band. From their first release, Six Seconds Kill, to the newest, Battalion Beast, they've evolved their sound every time, and it's always been a beautiful, brutal dose of Death Metal.

With that said, this album comes halfway down the line. It came after the album Outpost Fort Europa, and before Roomservice. It's the only album to date that they've done entirely in German.

Panzerchrist carries a big amount of respect and admiration within the knowledgeable metal community, and rightfully so. In the spirit of Vader and Yyrkoon, Panzerchrist has established an expected, and always reached, level of Death Metal perfection.

This album is, without a doubt, worth purchasing.
Don't Shoot, Let 'Em Burn! 21 Feb 2007
By Ren Hoek - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Flawless, brutal, precise, awesome are just the beginning of a multitude of words that could be used to describe Panzerchrist's "Soul Collector". Mixing blackened death guitar riffs with inhuman drumming and deep demonic vocals belched out entirely in German about World War II themes, Panzerchrist definitely has crafted a unique sound for themselves. On their Myspace, under the "sounds like" section they simply, yet aptly, put "war", which is not a stretch at all. Everything about this album is incredible; words cannot fully describe the sheer magnitude of this album's sonic dominance. A must own for any true metal head.
OH MY GOD 12 May 2005
By Faceless - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
as soon as i heard a sample of panzerchrist i knew it was gonna be brutal. then i heard panzergrenadier, the most brutal of songs. this album is a absolute necessity. the german lyrics add to the heaviness of the songs
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