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Category: Classic Metal
Label: Noise Records (Germany)
Catalog Number: N0210-2
Ron Royce bass, vocals|
Tommy T. Baron guitar
Marquis Marky drums
|1. ||Dream Path ||1:10|
|2. ||The Lethargic Age ||4:16|
|3. ||Internal Conflicts ||6:19|
|4. ||Serpent Moves ||7:37|
|5. ||Status: Still Thinking ||6:14|
|6. ||Theme for Silence ||0:58|
|7. ||Paralized, Mesmerized ||7:54|
|8. ||Grin (Nails Hurt) ||7:18|
|9. ||Host ||8:22|
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|Total Running Time:|| 50:08|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: June 14, 2001 at 1:13|
|This was my introduction into Coroner. I own the complete Coroner collection. Kick @ss Metal! Tommy T Baron now plays in Kreator.
||Date: November 24, 2002 at 13:41|
|If you're involved in the world of Hard Rock/Heavy Metal, and you purport yourselves as being storytellers of the dark side, it has to be extremely convincing. It's one thing to write all this "Satanic" palaver, throw three finger's to the wind and think of yourselves as a "Devil" band, but that isn't dark , just boring, cliched and naive!!! The very fist time I listened to "Coroner" it snagged my skin with it's tiny hooks and began a slow pull outward. I coulden't even try to get away....
||Date: November 24, 2002 at 13:55|
|...Spiralling vortexes of rhrthm sucked me back to the sound. Believe me, I tried to leave my thrown but it wasn't to be!!! I was chained, rooted to the bastard for a good spell, listening to the 3 swiss men plundering the blacker elements. (Tales of the darkside) No silly, puerile satanic stuff, just dark topics, by (dark) I mean (Death) but befor you assume "Coroner" to be a band that dresses up in mortician clothes and splits open cadavers onstage like some of today's bands, relax....
||Date: November 24, 2002 at 14:09|
|...Their sentiments are safe for children and dangerous for adults! O yeah! "Coroner" was not the so called road crew for "Celtic Frost" turned musical! What a bunch of crap! What slayes me is, Why is it that Switzerland has produced such bleak and talented artists? We are talking about the richest country in the world per capita!!! All-in-all "Coroner's" music can most certainly collapse someone's chest! An intelligence in the riffs pulling you to an unknown destiney. You too, will find...
||Date: November 24, 2002 at 14:16|
|...On the first listen, chains will seemingly lunge out of nowhere to impale you to your seat and a pulverising rhythm will split that brain of your's !!! In short, (you too well find it hard to leave the room for a BEER!!!)
||Date: January 31, 2004 at 19:46|
|[color=Blue]This album is one of the best albums of history of metal[/color]
||Date: October 7, 2004 at 16:47|
|Fuckin heavy!!!!! Man Tommy T Can Pick like a MF...This is Brutal Metal...Very Caustic. 9/10 ....Buy It....
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: November 6, 2013 at 17:25|
|This band was among the most respected European metal acts back then but somehow shadowed by others and even the media...this album is as thick as a brick,heavy,intense..."Internal Conflicts","Serpent Moves" & "Host" are my faves of this record...70/100
||Date: March 9, 2020 at 6:25|
|One of my favorite discs of all time, these guys are technicians much in the same way as Voivod noodled through their albums, this is the pinnacle album by these thrash wizards, about as Tech thrash as you can get, not a bad song on here.
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