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  • Audio CD (October 9, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Steamhammer / SPV
  • ASIN: B00005NWNO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,489 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Reconquering The Throne
2. The Patriarch
3. Violent Revolution
4. All Of The Same Blood (Unity)
5. Servant In Heaven/King In Hell
6. Second Awakening
7. Ghetto War
8. Replicas Of Life
9. Slave Machinery
10. Bitter Sweet Revenge
11. Mind On Fire
12. System Decay

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It is now time for Kreator to recapture their throne, and a violent revolution is all that's needed. -- Unrestrained! Magazine Issue #17 Sept 2001 A. Ristia -9.5 out of 10-

This is THRASH!!! -- From, Metal-Rules.com September 2001 Rating: 5/5 | Reviewer: EvilG

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Good songs good production its just good.
Paul G. Vigilante
Go buy them both, I highly recommand them for the true fans of Kreator and Thrash Metal.
Haidar Al-Moubayed
If you're a fan of true metal, go out and get this now.
Ryan Klubeck

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By mbfthrasher on April 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
After how long they have been around how can they possibly find it within themselves to put out something this good? If you are a thrash metal fan BUY THIS. Topical, angry (surprise), pointed lyrics along with engaging (not worn out) jackhammer riffs. Just when I think metal is out of new riffs this comes along. The guitar leads are crisp, melodic. I'm not a fan of melodic metal but the leads are an interesting change on the powerful rhythms. And it is just one pounding song after another - and without sounding alike. The songs are not boring (like, oh, I've heard this a thousand times); quite the opposite. Each one grabs your attention. An outstanding thrash metal cd. I am SO glad I trusted the other reviewers and bought this one. CHEERS!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 29, 2001
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I've been a huge Kreator fan for a long time. Since "Pleasure to Kill" was their newest album. And I love most of their albuns with the exeption of "Renewall" which is good but not great. I am one of the few Kreator fans to have really enjoyed "Endorama". However I could not help feeling really thrilled when I put this album in my CD player. KREATOR IS BACK WITH A VENGENCE !!!!!! It's Kreator doing what they always did best, being agressive. Mille's vocals still sound just like what they did in Extreme Agression or Comma of Souls, Ventor shows why he should never have left in the first place and he pounds his drums with amazing speed and skill. The guitar work is impecable and Kreator's trade mark catchie riffs are everywhere.
An instant classic, and a must have for any one who is a Thrash fan. You will not be able to keep your head still.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Thomas P. Ault on March 7, 2006
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This is an absolute must for any Kreator fan. It's just like the good old days. True thrash like some of their older albums. Everything I've heard by Kreator I like some more than others, this up there with my favorites Terrible Certainty, Extreme Aggression. Check out their new one too(Enemy of God) its just as good as Violent Revolution. Mille is still pissed off at the world and still very aggressive. If you are a true thrash fan you will not be dissapointed in this album, especially if you are a Kreator fan.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Brackeen on March 13, 2007
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Kreator are without a shadow of a doubt one of the most influential and greatest thrash metal bands of all time, and they're also the best metal band to ever emerge from Germany in my book. They're also one of my all time favorite metal bands now. Their 2001 masterpiece "Violent Revolution" which is one of Kretor's best albums is nothing short of world class thrash metal brilliance, and I just can't praise this album enough. Every song on here is absolutely incredible and they all have an anthem like feel to them. Mille Petrozza's vocals are harsh and just flat out aggressive throughout, and he's also an awesome guitarist as well. Second guitarist Sami Yli Sirnio is awesome as well. Their dualing riffs are like a razor blade tearing right through your bare skin, the leads and solos are very melodic and eye popping they will definately make your face melt and bring tears of joy to your eyes as well. Christian Giesler has good bass lines that you can hear, and Ventor's awesome double bass drumming is just fast, vicious, and out of this world. The opening track "Reconquering the Throne" is one of the fastest, most aggressive, yet melodic songs on here, I mean the guitarwork and the drumming is just great. The title cut "Violent Revolution" is another catchy headbanger with some of the coolest lyrics ever written. Example: "Society failed to tolerate me, and I have failed to tolerate society. I mean how could you not like the lyics to that song. Other favorite songs on here include "All of the Same Blood", "Servant in Heaven - King in Hell", "Second Awakening", "Ghetto War" (which has some great face melting guitar leads), "Replicas of Life (this song really bring tears to my eyes whenever I listen to it) "Slave Machinery", "Bitter Sweet Revenge", and "System Decay".Read more ›
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Stipple Pfeffercorn on September 27, 2001
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If you are a Kreator fan, then you should be aware of the hype surrounding this release. As promised by Mille, Violent Revolution would be a return to the Coma Of Souls era. Does it deliver? Hell yes! There is a nice balance of aggression and melody on Violent Revolution. I haven't heard a thrash metal album this great in a long time. I personally like all of Kreator's albums and have never been disappointed. It's difficult to pick out specific tracks on this one because they are all killer and no filler.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gentlegiantprog on October 27, 2010
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Kreator; the German Thrash Metal legends responsible for `Pleasure to Kill,f and `Extreme Aggression,f have another title to add to their list of classic albums. 2001s `Violent Revolution,f is unquestionably one of the best metal albums of the decade.
This is one of the slickest, most well written and above all catchiest albums in the pantheon of metal. The riffs are memorable, the solos are impressive and the drumming is fantastic, if ever an album was to be described as rock solid, this is it.
Millefs vocals greatly improved with this album, mixing what he had added on the bands more experimental 90s music with his ferocious 80s roots to create a new vocal style he would continue to use on the absolutely fantastic `Enemy of God,f and `Hordes of Chaos,f albums.
The production is top notch, with a great smooth guitar sound and punchy kick drum, perfect for all the double kick drum patterns and dual harmony guitars.
The title track `Violent Revolution,f is by now a classic, and one of the best songs the band ever released and then on top of that songs like the awesome `Reconquering the Throne,f and the very catchy `Servant in Heaven King in Hell,f fill the album out perfectly with no lull in top quality music.
If you like Kreator at all, then Violent Revolution will become one of your favorite albums before the disc finishes spinning, its really that good. Many Thrash bands are returning to heavier music these days, but few have done so quite as successfully as Kreator.
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