Intro Danse Macabre 2. Into The Crypts Of Rays 2. Circle Of The Tyrants 3. Suicidal Winds 5. Down Below 5. Dawn Of Megiddo 6. Visions Of Mortality 6. Visions Of Mortality 7. Dethroned Emperor 7. Circle Of The Tyrants 8. Circle Of The Tyrants 9. Visual Aggression 9. Visual Aggression Suicidal Winds Journey Into Fear Visions Of Mortality Return To The Eve The Weinheim tracks are basically the same as on the Bathory split boot mentioned above, except the intro track is shorter, and the order of "Dawn of Megiddo" and "Visions Tracks are listed on the back insert as "demo session " and track 14 is listed as "demo session Dethroned Emperor.
Solid track with acoustic guitars and lead female vocals. Tom Warrior only sings during the chorus. I actually enjoyed the original version more than this but this is still a great song. Tom Warrior struggles a bit with the vocals but he was having problems back in ' I was always thinking that he had problems with his voice back then which explained the lamer death grunts on Into The Pandemonium.
I recently found a German interview with Martin Ain where Martin said that Tom was having problems with his voice and strained it a few times. Journey Into Fear was from the Emperor's Return sessions. The scream in and the great solo are all memorable. The 2 solo's are both experimental pretty much being amp feedback and long sustains. Circle Of The Tyrants Slightly re-mastered are the only changes done to this classic. It was most likely added because it's their trademark song. Now it's available on the re-released Into The Pandemonium album.
A solid mid-paced thrash track that would've been perfect on Morbid Tales or To Mega Therion if Tom used death grunts. Mexican Radio is a '91 studio jam. This is a decent version of this song but the original Into The Pandemonium cover was much better. It starts out with an intro solo and the bass is pretty audible throughout but the chorus is just lame. The part about the barbequed iguana is just awful and stupid.
The atmosphere is just too happy. The song has a similar style to Idols Of Chagrin but it has a much darker atmosphere and much better in every way. Just like Idols Of Chagrin, this track has a moment of brief silence then a brief guitar riff followed by an explosive guitar solo. For once there's a dual solo between Tom Warrior and Curt Victor Bryant but this moment is brief as the second guitar quickly returns to the rhythm riff.Oct 02, · Album/To Mega Therion. Released/October 27 Recorded/September Genre/Thrash,Death,Black Metal. Label/Noise. Country/Zurich,Switzerland.