AFM Records will release Kreator’s Endorama – Ultimate Edition on December 17th. A lyric video for the remastered version of “Golden Age” can be found below.
Kreator surely doesn’t need to be introduced to anyone at this point. The Germans were among the distinctive groups that helped shape and shape the emerging thrash style in the 1980s. And through landmark albums such as Pleasure To Kill (1986), Terrible Certainty (’87) and Coma Of Souls ( ’90), they had made their own mark of quality, passion and aggressiveness, proving that this was a special group. of musicians.
But not content to rest on their laurels and repeat what had already worked, they were now ready to take things to a new level with a record that pushed further into new territory – with the most successful album. Gothic that Kreator ever did, as Mille himself states.
Released in April 1999, Endorama is invaluable proof that Kreator was, and remains, metal icons with welcoming, broad and emboldened horizons. Now, over 22 years later, the bold statement that is Endorama is the subject of an ultimate makeover – released as a completely revamped remaster that adds a lot of oomph to the sound and shows that this album is still strong even by modern standards!
Pre-order Endorama – Ultimate Edition in various formats here.
List of tracks:
“The Golden Age” (remastered)
“Chosen Few” (Remastered)
“Eternal Flame” (remastered)
“Passage to Babylon” (Remastered)
“Future King” (Remastered)
“Entrance” (Instrumental) (Remastered)
“Soul Eraser” (Remastered
“Willing Spirit” (Remastered)
“Children of a Lesser God” (remastered)
“Passage to Babylon”
Video of the lyrics of “Golden Age” (remastered):