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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Album!!
This album is not so heavy and fast than the other albums but all the songs are great! The older fans probably will feel strange after hearing Endorama because the sound is more like Gothic Metal instead of Trash! I love trash metal but i prefer this album than others Kreator albums, the voice is better and the guitars are great!!
Published on 22 Sep 2011 by Sara Sousa Silva

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3.0 out of 5 stars Kreator kick ass, thus the undeserved 3 stars for Endorma.
Kreator kick ass, sadly this album doesn't.

The only similarity it has with megadeth is the first songs guitar style is similar to symphony of destruction from countdown (1991)other than that.. nothing. No Rust in Peace sound alikes, no so far so good sound alikes, i brought this album purly because i am collecting kreator and i want my collection complete, i...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Album!!, 22 Sep 2011
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Sara Sousa Silva "Sagres Natura Surfcamp Port... (Sagres Algarve Portugal) - See all my reviews
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This album is not so heavy and fast than the other albums but all the songs are great! The older fans probably will feel strange after hearing Endorama because the sound is more like Gothic Metal instead of Trash! I love trash metal but i prefer this album than others Kreator albums, the voice is better and the guitars are great!!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Endorama gave me thrills, its just great!, 20 Dec 2001
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I love this album. I have a big Kreator collection, and this one's my favorite. I found that the vocals on this album were of a higher quality than the others. I was told my a reliable source that much needed work was put into the vocals of this album, and it paid off big time. I found it slightly reminissent of old Megadeth albums such as So far so good....and even the likes of Rust in Peace. It is very dark and very heavy. In my book this album can be compared to Dreaming Neon Black my Nevermore, as they are very similar is style, being dark and super tight. If its the last thing that you do, buy this album, it rules!!!
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Kreator kick ass, thus the undeserved 3 stars for Endorma., 15 Sep 2006
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Kreator kick ass, sadly this album doesn't.

The only similarity it has with megadeth is the first songs guitar style is similar to symphony of destruction from countdown (1991)other than that.. nothing. No Rust in Peace sound alikes, no so far so good sound alikes, i brought this album purly because i am collecting kreator and i want my collection complete, i got this next though instead of 'violent revolution' (which i hope is better than this) purly on the review below, the review below is crap! Personally i'd say if your getting into kreator and you're a fan, then EVENTUALLY get this album yes, you have to stay true and buy 'em all but for gods sake don't get it first or second or third....or 4th or 5th or 6th...

Its not the worse album, that being renewal.

Anyone getting into Kreator should follow this list.

(in no order within one section)

80's thrash

1. Pleasure to kill

2. terrible certainty

3. extreme aggression

4.coma souls

New (80's) thrash

5. enemy of god

then.

(Early work - slightly primitive - still very good)

6.endless pain

then

(There thrash album of the 90's - a raritie)

7. cause for conflict (first song on the album kix ass)

at this point, go back to another band on your cd list. Finsih your dark angel, your vio-lence and your forbidden collections if you havent already. Now you have all the important Kreator albums (remembering i havent yet got or heard violent revolution and the follow up to cause for conflict)

This album is very experimental and Milland hardly even screams (or growls like he does) here, its a totally different kreator, for me it sonds nothing like megadeth and nopthing like kreator... at least in 2006 they've redeemed themselves though.

What the metal world needs.

1. Metallica to go back thrash.

2. Emo to die.

3. Classic metal bands (ie. Kreator in this topic)to stop making albums like this and stay with their roots. WHo are they trying to fool? This isn't them!

Conclusion - leave this album until you have a bit a spare change.
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