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  • I’m listening to this album right now, so I thought I’d throw a review on it, I’ve had it for quite a while, it’s just what every Thrasher looks for, fast and furious, and nasty vocals, it kicks off with “Extreme Aggressions” when you hear that track, you know what you’re in for, after that track, you can put your neck on auto-pilot, because it doesn’t let up, by the end of the album, your fillings might be on the floor, it’s that heavy, it’s more cleaned up than “Terrible Certainty” better production, great solos, great vocals, worth every penny, no matter how hard it is to find, if you’re a fan of Thrash, find it, you’ll see why you’ve looked so long when you hear it, one of the greatest german Thrash releases ever, Kreator are kings, along with Destruction and Sodom, anyways, I’m babbleing, get this CD, you won’t regret it.

    Posted on January 18, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I cant believe the average 3.5 stars for this album….This is pure thrash masterpiece.Extreme Aggression is Kreator at its technical brilliance that peaked up later in Coma Of souls.Check this cd out. Songs like Extreme Aggression and Some Pain Will Last alone is worth the money for this cd

    Posted on January 17, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • This CD is what turned me onto Kreator. It lives up to its title. It is Extreme Aggression at its finest. this is the kind of CD you tear down someone’s house with. this is the kind of music you listen to while driving 95mph on the freeway. it is pure, aggressive and raw. they were metal in its purest form before it was bastardized by all other forms.

    Posted on January 17, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • The album title definately says it all. Kreator’s 1989 release “Extreme Aggression” is super fast, super heavy, and of course super aggressive. I got this album over the weekend, and I really like it alot, it’s so awesome. This is without a doubt one of Kreator’s best albums ever, and it’s already one of my favorite Kreator albums as well. This album truly has it all: Aggressive vocals, killer guitar riffs, awesome solos, lightning fast drums, what more could you ask for. Mille Petrozza’s vocals are super aggressive and extremely awesome. Together he and Jorg Trzebiatowski deliver lots of great riffs and killer solos throughout. Rob Fioretti has got some really cool bass lines that are well heard, and Jurgen “Ventor” Reil’s double bass drumming is lightning fast and will make your heart pound with sheer excitement. The first track “Extreme Aggressions” is a very fast aggressive song and a great opening song too. Other fast speeding headbangers including “No Reason to Exist” and “Love Us or Hate Us” both keep the intensity going. “Stream of Consciousness” is another favorite which is inspired by the book “Seth speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul”. “Betrayer” is also another thrashing classic, and it’s also one of the band’s best songs ever. I’d also like to see the music video to that song too. Favorite Songs: ALL OF THEM OF COURSE!! So anyways if your looking for some super fast thrash that you can bang your head to, this album is definately your ticket to Extreme Aggression. ALL HAIL KREATOR!! Buy this album now. For other great thrash bands from Germany, check out Sodom and Destruction too. ROCK ON!!
    Jeremy’s song ratings:
    1. Extreme Aggressions (4:43) – 5/5
    2. No Reason to Exist (4:34) – 5/5
    3. Love Us or Hate Us (3:40) – 5/5
    4. Stream of Consciousness (3:51) – 5/5
    5. Some Pain Will Last (5:35) – 5/5
    6. Betrayer (3:58) – 5/5
    7. Don’t Trust (3:58) – 5/5
    8. Bringer of Torture (2:15) – 5/5
    9. Fatal Energy (4:54) – 5/5

    Posted on January 17, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now
  • I can’t believe no one has reviewed this yet. This album is f*ckin’ incredible. It’s so simple, but it is amazingly catchy. The title “Extreme Aggression” doesn’t begin to explain the true amount of aggression in this music. This was the first metal album I ever got back in when I was in about 7th grade (like 10 years ago)and it still stands the test of time. What have you got to lose? You can usually find this album used or in the bargain bin or something so go find it.

    Posted on January 17, 2010 - Permalink - Buy Now