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This is the end of all life's suffering This is the end of all life's pain Fear, destruction, greed, exists no longer Nothings left now nothing can remain. It's getting closer Follow my friend Endorama is crushing you This the end Expect no mercy Just understand Endorama comes for you This is the end. As long as you're alive you've got to suffer Death will take you from this labyrinth Open up you'll see This life just can't be real Don't look back just let it all go Into Eden or inferno.
Endorama is the ninth studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator released in 1999 by Drakkar Records. The gothic metal influences were the most prominent on this release, and Lacrimosa frontman Tilo Wolff provided guest vocals on the title song. This is the last Kreator album to feature Tommy Vetterli, who was replaced by current guitarist Sami Yli-Sirniö shortly before the recording of their next album Violent Revolution.
Endorama was recorded from Oktober 26th 1998 until January 18th 1999 at Powerplay And Hithead Studios, Switzerland, and Principal Studios, Germany. Manufactured and distributed by victor entertainment, in. japan.
Дата релиза 28 Сентябрь 1999. Лейблы Drakkar Entertainment. Recorded at Powerplay Studios. Музыкальный стильThrash Metal. Владельцы этого альбома294.
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Endorama’ is Kreator’s most controversial album for a reason. It’s just not a very good reason. Sure, it’s not the thrash metal that the Germans are known for, but flirting with new wave, postpunk and early gothrock influences has made the record unique, both in Kreator’s disography and in the European metal scene. Talking about this Endorama, Kreator have abandoned definitively thrash metal to become almost totally goth-electronic rock. Finding something metal here is very difficult and it can be considered just according to some guitars riffs. The atmospheres are dreaming with that always present, dark touch inherited by the Outcast album. The gothic metal influences were the most prominent on this release, and Lacrimosa frontman Tilo Wolff provided guest vocals on the title song