Cause for Conflict

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Cause for Conflict
Kreator-Cause for Conflict.jpg
Studio album by Kreator
Released July 1995
Recorded Ocean Studios, Burbank, California
Genre Industrial metal, thrash metal, groove metal
Length 47:28
Label GUN Records
Producer Kreator and Vincent Wojno
Kreator chronology
Renewal
(1992)Renewal1992
Cause for Conflict
(1995)
Scenarios of Violence
(1996)Scenarios of Violence1996
Singles from Cause for Conflict
  1. "Lost"
    Released: 1995
  2. "Isolation"
    Released: 1995
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Cause for Conflict is the seventh studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator released in 1995. The record continued the experimentation with industrial music that they started on previous album, Renewal, but brought back more of their thrashy sound.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Mille Petrozza; all music composed by Kreator.

No. Title Length
1. "Prevail" 3:59
2. "Catholic Despot" 3:23
3. "Progressive Proletarians" 3:24
4. "Crisis of Disorder" 4:17
5. "Hate Inside Your Head" 3:39
6. "Bomb Threat" 1:47
7. "Men Without God" 3:46
8. "Lost" 3:35
9. "Dogmatic" 1:27
10. "Sculpture of Regret" 2:59
11. "Celestial Deliverance" 3:15
12. "Isolation" 11:54
Total length: 47:28
  • The Japanese release, digipack version, and limited edition metal box set included the track "State Oppression" (1:39), which was originally written and performed by Raw Power, as track 12 (making Isolation the 13th track).

Personnel[edit]

Kreator
Production
  • Junior - Illustrations
  • Kreator - Producer, Mixing
  • Dirk Rudolph - Design, Photography, Cover Design
  • Doug Trantow - Assistant Engineer
  • Steve Warner - Assistant, Studio Assistant
  • Vincent Wojno - Producer, Mixing
  • Tracked at Ocean Studios, Burbank, California
  • Mixed at Scream Studios
  • Mastered at Future Disc

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Cause of Conflict - Kreator". Allmusic. Retrieved December 13th, 2010. "[N]ot only did 1995's troubled Cause for Conflict require the breaking in of a new lineup, it also found Petrozza at a creative crossroads, attempting to reconcile recent experiments with the very popular, yet more limited speed metal glories of old."

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