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Criminal: Fear Itself

Criminal is probably best known for its consistently strong musical output that combines death, thrash, and hardcore. Started in 1991, the band saw a great deal of success in its first decade, selling albums in high numbers and supporting legendary bands like Kreator, Sepultra, Slayer, Exodus, and Motörhead. Criminal also supported Metallica at a gig in Chile that drew 55,000 fans. Even though the band has been quiet for a while, the band decided to relocate to the UK and start things up again with a half-Chilean, half-British line-up.

With this album, the band once again demonstrates that it has the chops fans of this style of music want. Although I enjoyed the album from start to finish, I found the last third to be excellent. Starting with "Animals to Gods," the last few tracks are impressive and strong and show the band at its best. I hope you'll check out Criminal, especially if you missed them the first time around.

Track Listing:
1. Intro
2. Down Driven
3. False Flag Attack
4. Shock Doctrine
5. The Needle and the Knife
6. Scream of Consciousness
7. Summoning the Apocalypse
8. The One Who Speaks at Night
9. Animals to Gods
10. Deep in the Rot
11. Wasted Youth
12. Carne Molida

Added: March 14th 2016
Reviewer: Carl Sederholm
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Language: english

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