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Chroming Rose

New World

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Category: Heavy / Power Metal

Year: 1996

Label: Miez Records

Catalog Number: MIEZ 9601

Average Rating: 87 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Chroming Rose New World Album Cover Chroming Rose New World Album Cover Chroming Rose New World Album Cover

Tom Reiners vocals
S.C. Wuller guitars
Harry Steiner bass
Tino Mende drums
1.  Help Me  4:48
2.  GGM  4:00
3.  40 Nights, 40 Days  5:39
4.  Groove Me  3:25
5.  I Died a Little  6:45
6.  Far from Nowhere  6:13
7.  Alert  3:33
8.  When the World Cries  5:30
9.  Spread Your Epitaph  5:25
10.  Voodoochild  6:45
11.  New World  5:03
Total Running Time:  57:06

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From: ezoangelofdeath Date: April 15, 2009 at 4:23
First release with Tom on vocals, And what an impressive disc this is, GGM is an impressive Rocker, for anybody that hasn't heard these guys, they play a very tight powerful blend of Heavy Metal, I can't really think of anybody they sound like, but the highlight of this album by far is the half ballad half rocker about the singers friend, who died of a heroin overdose, powerful shit, great album, nowhere near as good as Pressure!

From: ezoangelofdeath Date: April 15, 2009 at 4:28
Ballad being called I Died A Little, this cd has 2 covers, mine has this cover and my friends cd has a floating Castle, I think that is the Japanese release, this covers kind of lame, but if your looking to try CR out I would start with Pressure, but you won't be dissapointed with this one either.

From: Leykis101 Date: July 29, 2012 at 2:39
This is a good disc, it has Tom Reiners singing on it, who sounds a little like their previous vocalist, but is much more of a rock sounding singer, the music is trumped up about a million times, as it's heavier then any of their previous releases, and nowhere near as fast, this is the most straight forward metal album they have released, all elements of any thrash are totally gone, even departing their power metal sound on this album, but a killer album, not as good as Pressure, but probably their 2nd best album, definitly worth a listen.

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