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Pleasure to Kill

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An album by Kreator

Kreator: Mille (vocals, guitar); Ventor (vocals, drums); Wulf, Rob (bass). Recorded at Phoenix Studio, Bochum in 1986. PLEASURE TO KILL is the 1986 release by this heavy metal outfit from Germany, including "Choir of the Damned" and "Riot … see full wiki

Tags: Music, Punk, Hardcore
2 reviews about Pleasure to Kill
review by . May 14, 2012
posted in Music Matters
Continuing on my reviews for the Unholy Trinity of 1986, I come to my personal favorite of the trinity, which is Kreator's “Pleasure to Kill.” When I first heard this album six years ago, I was only about 7-8 months into listening to the more extreme offshoots of the heavy metal genre, I still didn't know who was the “best” in the thrash and death metal niches. I spent a lot of time and money in the last months of my senior year in high school buying whatever looked …
Quick Tip by . May 02, 2012
posted in Music Matters
Continuing my QT's about the Unholy Trinity of 1986, I bring you my opinion on Kreator's "Pleasure to Kill."      Out of the three albums in the Unholy Trinity, I love this one the best (though Dark Angel's "Darkness Descends" doesn't trail far behind at all).  Despite being recorded in 1986, this album still sounds a fuckload more intense than most of the "extreme" metal acts of today.      This album is …
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Pleasure to Kill
Label: Noise (Netherlands)
Artist: Kreator
Release Date: November 27, 2000

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