Bolt Thrower - Realm Of Chaos


8 | 231 votes |
Release date: 1989
Style: Death metal

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01. Intro
02. Eternal War
03. Through The Eye Of Terror
04. Dark Millennium
05. All That Remains
06. Lost Souls Domain
07. Plague Bearer
08. World Eater
09. Drowned In Torment
10. Realm Of Chaos
11. Prophet Of Hatred [CD bonus]
12. Outro [CD bonus]

Line-up
Karl Willetts - vocals
Barry Thomson - guitar
Gavin Ward - guitar
Jo Bench - bass
Andrew Whale - drums

Additional info
Label: Earache Records

Recorded at Loco Studios, Wales in April 1989.
Engineered and badly mixed by Tim Lewis.
Re-mixed at Slaughterhouse, UK in July '89 by Colin Richardson.
Sleeve by John Sibbick.

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24.02.2013 - 18:30
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
A great BT album, and certainly one that showed the band were retaining their gritty edge on the perfectly honed DM sound that would soon follow on latter albums. 'Through the eye of terror' has a nice, gradual build-up into an explosive sound and 'Drowned in Torment' is fast yet keeps a relatively fast pace too.
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20.05.2013 - 02:59
Illog1cal
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This is Bolt Thrower's best in my opinion, despite being a little sloppy. 'All That Remains' and 'World Eater' will crush your bones.
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06.12.2018 - 07:04
Rating: 9
DeathMetal
WOOOOOOOORLD EEEEEEATEEEEEEEEER!!!!
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08.01.2019 - 07:23
Rating: 8
Paw!!
Yeah, the "World Eater" is the best track.
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07.06.2020 - 21:19
Maco
Classless
By far their best. Even tho I still love it I have to recognize their death metal got softer after Realms Of Chaos. Here they sound like a tank crushing everything in its path.
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09.06.2020 - 15:55
gavdann
Written by Maco on 07.06.2020 at 21:19

By far their best. Even tho I still love it I have to recognize their death metal got softer after Realms Of Chaos. Here they sound like a tank crushing everything in its path.

Interesting you should say, "by far their best" as BT were always remarkably consistent. For uncompromising heaviness though, IVth Crusade is their high water mark for me. They slowed it down a touch in places but for me that doesn't mean it got softer. Far from it. That one really does sound like a tank smashing everyone and everything in it's path.

Love this band.
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