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Destruction - The Antichrist flac album
  • Performer: Destruction
  • Title: The Antichrist
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Heavy Metal,Speed/Thrash Metal,Black Metal
  • Recording date: April, 2001 - May, 2001
  • Recording location: Abyss Studios, Parlby, Sweden
  • Date of release: 2001
  • MP3 size: 1322 mb
  • FLAC size 1459 mb
  • Formats AIFF AC3 VOX MP4 APE VOC
  • Duration: 55:35

The Antichrist is the seventh album by German thrash metal band Destruction, released in 2001 through Nuclear Blast. All tracks written by Destruction. Tracks 12 to 65 are blank tracks. Schmier – bass, vocals. Mike Sifringer – guitar. Sven Vormann – drums. Additional musicians. Peter Tägtgren – backing vocals. Peter Tägtgren – production, recording.

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The Antichrist (2001) by Destruction. Labels: Nuclear Blast. Genres: Thrash Metal Members: Schmier, Mike Sifringer, Marc Reign.

After a successful comeback album (All Hell Breaks Loose), Destruction released The Antichrist, one of the pinnacles in modern thrash. However, The Antichrist is about as angry and f ing vicious of an album since Slayer’s Reign in Blood.

The Antichrist is the seventh album by German thrash metal band Destruction, released in 2001 through Nuclear Blast. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. The Antichrist is the seventh album by German thrash metal band Destruction, released in 2001 through Nuclear Blast.

This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 79/164 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Antichrist.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Days Of Confusion Destruction Destruction 0:49
2 Thrash Till Death Destruction Destruction 4:23
3 Nailed To The Cross Destruction Destruction 3:46
4 Dictators Of Cruelty Destruction Destruction 4:31
5 Bullets From Hell Destruction Destruction 5:06
6 Strangulated Pride Destruction Destruction 3:27
7 Meet Your Destiny Destruction Destruction 4:02
8 Creations Of The Underworld Destruction Destruction 3:54
9 Godfather Of Slander Destruction Destruction 4:09
10 Let Your Mind Rot Destruction Destruction 4:15
11 The Heretic Destruction Destruction 3:41
12 Curse The Gods Destruction Destruction 5:26


Destruction - Composer, Primary Artist
Franky "the Master" - Pre-Production
V.O. Pulver - Remastering
Andy "Der Schinder" Siry - A&R
Markus Staiger - Executive Producer
Markus "Death Metal" Staiger - Executive Producer
Lars Szöke - Engineer, Producer
Lars "Teddy" Szüke - Engineer
Peter Tägtgren - Engineer, Producer, Quotation Author
Jaap "Die Tulpe" Wagemaker - Publicity
Comments: (2)
The Antichrist from German Thrash legends; Destruction, was released in 2001 on Nuclear Blast Records. The album is standard fare Destruction which is a good thing. They stick to their proven formula and spin out some classics including "Thrash 'til Death" and "Nailed To The Cross". Another solid outing from one of the undisputed leaders of German Thrash Death Metal.
Destruction’s The Antichrist is universally considered by fans as the band’s best album since Release from Agony, though the reasons mostly elude the album’s quality. In 2001, Destruction regained their previous bassist/frontman Schmeir and had signed a contract with nascent metal star Nuclear Blast. Their previous 2000 album All Hell Breaks Loose had re-launched the band’s career appropriately, and with The Antichrist they came the nearest to be considered Heavy Metal bigs: somehow, they lost in favor of Sodom and Kreator, but during this moment they seemed ready to ride the music business again.In theory, the album sounds “perfect”: the professional, digital production makes the arrangements fuller than an orchestra (especially the drums), and the D#-based riffing is relentlessly palm-muted. Schmeir’s vocals attempt to be a louder imitation of Kreator’s Mille Petrozza, but instead recall more Cradle of Filth’s Dani Filth… Musically, the album is consistent, but the songwriting is hardly terrific, since the hooks aren’t anything exceptional, and sometimes the album seems over-arranged. “Bullets from Hell” features shredding riffs, but the rest of the cuts, including the rousing metal anthem “Thrash till Death” and the Slayer-tending “Let Your Mind Rot” don’t offer much personality. One thing that’s for sure is that this album is universally better than most Slayer releases, and surely one of Destruction’s best albums overall, but there’s hardly a reason why non-metal fans would dedicate more time than necessary listening to this stuff. Actually, the rating given by the reviewer is higher than the band as a whole truly deserves.Highlights: “Bullets from Hell”, “The Heretic”.
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