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At the Pulse of Kapitulation - Live in East Berlin

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Steamhammer Us
  • DVD Release Date: April 8, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003VZI8VO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #527,263 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Blosser on April 12, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First of all Andy Sneap is the BEST audio engineer! I mean, who can take an 18 year old recording and make it sound like this. My two favorite bands are Kreator and Nevermore and I am lucky he works with both bands, his talent for mixing and producing makes recordings timeless.

Now for this video.. I remember seeing the Extreme Agression tour in Cincinnati (Coroner was the opener). It was so cool how this video captured the power of Kreator, they are just unreal live and this video does not dissapoint. You can imagine how cool it was for the fans of East Germany with the wall just coming down, most seeing Kreator for the first time. It is a must have!

I understand how the other reviewer felt as to the video not having anything from Coma on it, but there were so many great songs dropped from Kreator's set during that tour, it just proves that they have such a huge catalog of great songs.

Now that King has a bad back and Kreator will not be back in the US for a while this will have to hold me over until a Jan 09 when they are looking to possibly putting out a new album. Oh, and when Mille say's that they are working on new songs and they are BRUTAL, you can take that to heart, it's not like Larz saying the new Metallica album is going to sound like Puppets haha..

KREATOR rules and I look forward to seeing them in the states.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kingcrimsonprog on October 27, 2010
Format: DVD
Kreator are a very important band in the Thrash Metal story, one of Germany's biggest ever bands and a bone fide classic act for metal overall.
This DVD is a fantastic reissue of the historic Live In East Berlin Concert, (which comes in Cd and DVD form here)with a documentary and an amusing horror video called Hallucinative Comas.
The Tracklisting is amazing, containing all of their classics such as `Toxic Trace,' `Flag of Hate,' `Tormentor,' and `Pleasure to Kill.'
The Band's performance is energetic and exciting; singer Mille interacts with the crowd on a regular basis. Ventor gets a Drum solo and also performs lead vocals on an excellent rendition of `Riot of Violence.'
Kreator blast through songs like `Some Pain Will Last,' `Awakening of the Gods,' and `Under The Guillotine,' furiously, performing the technically challenging and incredibly fast material with ease and flair.
Most important is the sound; for such an old concert the sound is amazing, much better than other dvds of similar era concerts. The material is brilliantly mixed and availible in 5.1 or stereo; with clear drums, chunky `full,' guitar sounds and totally audible vocals.
The documentary is pretty interesting, describing the difficulty East German fans had even getting access to metal music, magazines or t-shirts; how the concert came to be, and the impact it had.
For a Kreator fan this cannot be recommended highly enough, the wonderful sound and excellent tracklisting make this one of the best Thrash Metal dvds money can buy. If you want to hear music from the `Terrible Certainty,' or `Extreme Aggression,' albums played live then this is the DVD for you.
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By Daniel Zarza on March 26, 2010
Format: DVD
This Dvd/cd combo is a very good package for starters. The live performance was great, all songs are done so well live that sound even better then the studio recording. First time I seen it, it sent shivers down my spine! The live performance is the main event of the dvd and it is remarkable I'll not deny that and it should be the reason the buy this. The extra's on the Dvd however, are ok. The Hallucinative Comas section was good but don't let the "Directors Cut" label fool you into thinking its extended because its not! It's been cut by about half of what it originally was, so if you're buying this for Hallucinative Comas, you will be disappointed. I honestly don't know why they did but its like that, but I did like what I saw. The Past And Now documentary wasn't very interesting but I did learn a thing or two from it, although I would've found it much more interesting if they members of Kreator at the time were there to talk about it. The audio CD great because the performance was so remarkable, and the packaging was cool. I expected a regular dvd case but I got this cool fold out with a slip-on on top.

And now for technical things that I didn't like very much. Things you should know before you buy it:
*Although this dvd is remastered in "widescreen", its really not. There's not actual widescreen mode, only standard 4:3 Mode, so if you have a widescreen TV, the picture will be stretched with those annoying black bars. You can always zoom which is a quick solution to that.

And probably the most annoying thing I have on this is that its slightly OFF SYNC!! towards the end of the set the audio and video started to be out of place and I found it very frustrating and annoying.
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The Good
To tide fans over while the German thrash legends take a long deserved break, Kreator reaches into the vaults to re-vamp an earlier VHS release. What makes this performance so memorable is that it took place just after the Berlin Wall came down. East and West Germany were finally able to become one. Kreator may draw from early albums for this fifteen song set, but with the 5.1 mix, they sound more vibrant than ever. "Extreme Aggression" [sample] is in your face with its driving riffs and blood curling vocals. Not to mention the bludgeoning drum work. "Pleasure to Kill" gives false hope for something mellow with it's orchestral beginning that gives way to pure fury. I don't really need to go much into the music that much because the intensity speaks for itself, right to the very last song "Tormentor." There are no sissy ballads here.

As far as the show presentation goes, you're not getting a DVD show from today with multiple camera angles and a crystal clear picture. It's 1990 for God's sake. The picture is a little grainy and the shots are a little further away, but the final output is exceptional for the time. There's not much going on stage except some average lighting and energetic heavy metal. Kreator must have been hurting after putting on such a draining set.

Also on the DVD is the long form video, or "Kreator Horror Movie," Hallucinative Comas - Director's Cut. It's pretty much an inter-weaving of song performances with a little movie plot built around the lyrics. It has been released prior, but this time around there is added footage, deleted footage, and a few more extras. One of the highlights of this DVD release is a documentary that features interviews with the audience about Berlin in 1990 and Berlin today.
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