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The next day I went to the record store and went straight to K and grabbed Kreator's most recent release, which was Terrible Certainty. I put it on and thought "Oh yeah, this is exactly what I heard last night." Soon after that I bought all of their previous releases, and I grabbed Extreme Aggression as soon as it was out, and I loved it all. But Certainty was always my favorite. Their previous album Pleasure to Kill is a very close second place, I know a lot of Kreator fans consider it superior. They're wrong and they can all S my D. I forget the name of the album they put out after Extreme Aggression, but it must have really stank because I never went back after that one. I'm a fickle SOB.
Off the top of my head as I sit here writing this, there are only two thrash metal albums I would rate higher:
Slayer- Reign In Blood
Dark Angel- Darkness Descends
The next highlight is the title track, full of surprisingly catchy riffs and, for the first time on the album, the electric bass makes an appearance! This is the one area where both this album and much of thrash metal as a whole falters; the bass doesn't have nearly enough presence, leading to a somewhat one dimensional sound.
"Toxic Trace" is where the album really slows down so you can catch your breath and pick pieces of your jaw up off the floor. Of course it's back to full tilt within 50 seconds or so, don't worry. I should mention that up to this point, drummer Jurgen Reil has been pounding away with surprisingly precise blast beats at an average of 220+ bpm. That they can perform these songs live, evidenced by 5 bonus tracks of live material from Pleasure to Kill, Flag of Hate, this album and even a Raven cover, attest to both their talent as well as their stamina.
I can't even adequately cover how awesome all of these songs are, so you should just go right out and buy this album, as well as Pleasure to Kill and Extreme Aggressions.