Endorama

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Endorama
Studio album by Kreator
Released 20 April 1999
Recorded 25 October 1998 – 18 January 1999, Powerplay and Hithead Studios, Switzerland & Principal Studios, Germany
Genre Gothic metal
Length 50:05
Label Drakkar Records
Producer Mille Petrozza, Thomas Vetterli
Kreator chronology
Voices of Transgression – A 90s Retrospective
(1999)
Endorama
(1999)
Past Life Trauma (1985–1992)
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Endorama is the ninth studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator released in 1999 by Drakkar Records. The gothic metal influences were the most prominent on this release,[1] and Lacrimosa frontman Tilo Wolff provided guest vocals on the title song.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Mille Petrozza and Tommy Vetterli except tracks 6, 8, 11, 12, 13 by Mille Petrozza.

No. Title Length
1. "Golden Age"   4:51
2. "Endorama" (featuring Tilo Wolff from Lacrimosa) 3:20
3. "Shadowland"   4:27
4. "Chosen Few"   4:30
5. "Everlasting Flame"   5:23
6. "Passage to Babylon"   4:24
7. "Future King"   4:44
8. "Entry"   1:05
9. "Soul Eraser"   4:30
10. "Willing Spirit"   4:36
11. "Pandemonium"   4:10
12. "Tyranny"   4:00
13. "Children of a Lesser God" (Japanese bonus track) 3:33
Total length:
50:05

Personnel[edit]

Kreator
Production
  • Tilo Wolff – Guest vocals
  • Peter Dell – Design, Concept, Cover art
  • Kalle – Pre-production, Pre-production engineer
  • Brita Kühlmann – Engineer
  • Markus Mayer – Artwork, Cover art
  • Jörg Sahm – Pre-production, Pre-production engineer
  • Rene Schardt – Mastering
  • Chris Wolf – Arranger

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Endorama – Kreator". Allmusic. Retrieved 11 December 2011. "Initial highlights such as 'Golden Age', the title track, and 'Chosen Few' are heavy on mid-paced grooves and gothic atmospherics, but still offer little songwriting redemption."

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