Bolt Thrower - War Master Album
|4||Intro ... Unleashed (Upon Mankind)|
|6||What Dwells Within|
|7||Rebirth Of Humanity|
|10||The Shreds Of Sanity|
|MOSH 29||Bolt Thrower||War Master (LP, Album)||Earache||MOSH 29||UK||1991|
|MOSH 29||Bolt Thrower||War Master (LP, Album, Gat)||Earache||MOSH 29||UK||1991|
|MOSH 29CD||Bolt Thrower||War Master (CD, Album, Ora)||Earache||MOSH 29CD||Europe||1991|
|PKR - 079||Bolt Thrower||War Master (LP, Album, Ltd, Pic, RE)||Painkiller Records||PKR - 079||Belgium||2009|
|URCD019, PLCD53243||Bolt Thrower||War Master (CD, Album, RE)||Unsilent Records, Heavy Metal Rock||URCD019, PLCD53243||Brazil||2009|
- Artwork, Design – Ian Cooke, Pete Knifton
- Bass – Jo Bench
- Drums – Andy Whale
- Guitar – Barry Thomson, Gavin Ward
- Lacquer Cut By – NS
- Photography By – Luton Sinfield
- Producer – Colin Richardson
- Producer, Written By, Recorded By – Bolt Thrower
- Vocals – Karl Willets
Recorded and produced at Slaughterhouse Studios, September 1990.
© Earache Records 1991.
℗ Earache Records 1991 & 1995.
A5 is a bonus track
- Barcode (Mosh 29): 745316002941
- Recorded At – The Slaughterhouse
- Produced At – The Slaughterhouse
- Published By – Earache Songs (UK) Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Earache Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Earache Records
Band: Bolt Thrower Album: War Master Country: England Release year: 1991 My favorite album by one of my favorite bands, Bolt Thrower Amazing death Thrower - War Master Timestamps: 1 - 0:00 Intro. Unleashed Upon Mankind 2 - 6:11 What Dwells Within 3 - 10:27 The Shreds Of Sanity 4 - 13. 2016 г. Bolt Thrower - War Master. Timestamps: 1 - 0:00 Intro. Unleashed Upon Mankind 2 - 6:11 What Master by Bolt Thrower, released 01 July 1991 1. Upon Mankind 2. What Dwells Within 3. The Shreds of Sanity 4. Profane Creation 5. Destructive Infinity 6. Final Revelation 7. Cenotaph 8. War Master 9. Rebirth of Humanity 10. frtmetal TRY TO SURVIVE IN THIS WAR This album lacks in. The lyrics are the strongest piece, by reading them you have precisely those visions of endless war Warhammer like that drag you into a world where the human being knows no limits even in front of destruction he cause himself and in the face of a subsequent reconstruction he is still ready to make the same mistakes to achieve a goal. War is a live album by Bolt Thrower recorded in Manchester 1992, on an 8-track tape. It was originally recorded by the band members in order to have some of their own live recordings for posterity. they just replaced the box with a 2CD box and added the second disc. The album is sometimes known or listed as Live War. Текст песни: Throughout all time Within the past, present and future Man has sought to destroy All that stood in our Master. Bolt Thrower - War Master 1991. To favorites 21 Download album. Listen album. Death Metal. Bolt Thrower. War Master is the 3rd Bolt Thrower album, recorded at Slaughterhouse studios in September 1990, produced by Bolt Thrower and Colin Richardson. It is released on Earache Records: Mosh 29 in 1991. Whereas Realm of Chaos was dominated by grindcore based blasts and riffs, this album abandons most of the grindcore influences for a sound that is more strictly death metal. Moreover, there is more melody in the music and the guitar solos, although some chaotic solos remain. Cenotaph is a thematic continuation of the song World Eater from the previous record. War Master. Type: Full-length. Produced and Written by Bolt Thrower. Identifiers: Barcode Printed: 5 018615 102915 Barcode Scanned: 5018615102915 Matrix, Runout Side A: BLOODY KILLER MPO MOSH 29 A1 NS Matrix, Runout Side B: ANOTHER CLASSIC DISC FROM NUTCHUCKER MPO MOSH 29 B1. Review Summary: With War Master Bolt Thrower finally established their distinctive signature sound. Formed in 1986, Bolt Thrower were one of the first extreme metal bands that emerged from England. Their first releases, The Peel Sessions, In Battle There Is No Law and especially Realm of Chaos, helped in establishing Bold Thrower as one of the most respectable and distinctive extreme metal bands of the late 80s. Keeping the same line-up as in their previous effort, Realm of Chaos, Bolt Thrower released their highly anticipated 3rd album, War Master in February 1991. Although it never appealed to mainstream rock audiences, Bolt Thrower wasn't quite as extreme as some of the other bands on England's metal-oriented Earache label which signed a distribution deal with Combat in the early '90s. Compare Warmaster to Carcass' very hardcore Symphonies of Sickness, and you'll see that this blistering death metal release is a bit more accessible