Die By The Blade Oceandeep Unlimited Sin True Believer This Is War Heart Of Steel No Surrender Thursday 5 March Friday 6 March Saturday 7 March Sunday 8 March Monday 9 March Tuesday 10 March Wednesday 11 March Thursday 12 March Friday 13 March Saturday 14 March Sunday 15 March Monday 16 March Tuesday 17 March Wednesday 18 March Thursday 19 March Friday 20 March Saturday 21 March Sunday 22 March Monday 23 March Tuesday 24 March Wednesday 25 March Thursday 26 March Friday 27 March Saturday 28 March Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April Friday 3 April Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April Monday 6 April Tuesday 7 April Wednesday 8 April Thursday 9 April He has Yarim Fel Syndrome and will probably die soon.
In the infirmary , Julian Bashir confirms Ghemor's diagnosis. He can't estimate how much time he has left, but there are some treatments Bashir can try. Dukat contacts Captain Benjamin Sisko about an arrangement for Ghemor's extradition.
Sisko has no intention of negotiating with him since the Federation doesn't even recognize the new Cardassian government and abruptly ends the transmission. Major Kira offers to spend the next few days with Ghemor, replacing the daughter he doesn't have anymore. He holds Kirayoshi for a bit, feeling a bit like a grandfather. He asks if Kira wants her own child, and she's surprised he knows about Shakaar Edon.
He explains she has her own section in the Cardassian Central Archives , as she's a public figure. He adds she should be proud.
Then, Ghemor states he knows many secrets about the Cardassian Union that could be helpful. He wants to commence the Shri-tal with her, a Cardassian ritual in which a dying person reveals their closest secrets to the rest of the family, for use against their enemies. Since Kira is the closest thing Ghemor has to a family, she agrees to participate.
Later, in the captain's office, Kira tells Sisko about the responsibility this ritual entails. She will need to ask the right questions. Midnight Madness The Illuminated With Mass Illusion Korzus continued in the vein of very heavy and furious thrash metal. Agony is a particularly strong opening track and gives this album a great start even though the rest of the songs are not quite as distinctive.
The songwriting is very consistent, though, and sticking to the style of heavy no-nonsense thrash sort of makes this album even a refreshing experience. In comparison to the preceding mini album, the sound of this full-length is somewhat more refined, especially the vocals are much heavier than before. Despite some slightly less interesting content than on Pay For Your Lies and the fact that Mass Illusion is not too distinguishable from the majority of old-school thrash metal releases, friends of a heavy sound in the style of Sepultura or Brazilian bands in general surely know what to expect from this one.
Discipline Of Hate 2. Truth 3. Raise Your Soul 5. My Enemy 6. Revolution 7. Never Die 8. Slavery 9. Last Memories Under His Command You Reap What You Sow Hell Hipocrisia bonus. After the release of Mass Illusion there seemed to be not much worth mentioning from the Korzus camp for many years, their half-groove ridden Ties Of Blood notwithstanding.
But Discipline Of Hate changed everything. This may be one of the stronger "comeback" albums from an original thrash metal band in the new millennium, although Korzus never really left the scene.
The riffs are quite good, the band play very well, and the production quality is simply great. Even more important than that, the general feel of this album is very enthusiastic and forceful. Add a large number of total crushers like the title track, , and My Enemy , to name just a few, and it shouldn't be hard to see where the overall good impression stems from. Especially those people who remained disappointed at Slayer despite their partial rejuvenation should seriously look into Discipline Of Hate , as this album is something that certainly even the more famous contemporaries of Korzus could be proud of.
Fuck I. Fucking Liar 3. Keep It Thrashing Or Die 4. Violent Mosh 5. Thrash Is Back 6. Kill Disgusting People. Objectively speaking, Kraptor's debut mini album is not a bad release. Most of the time these songs sound sufficiently powerful if also rather unexceptional, and as a whole this thing is probably not quite as dull as many full-length recordings of the same kind often turn out to be, at least in a short run.
Maybe the biggest drawback therefore is that this album effectively doesn't have a point. While the band occasionally show hints of higher ambitions, tracks like Keep It Thrashing Or Die , Violent Mosh and Thrash Is Back are not really the most advanced examples of what thrash metal has to offer.
After all, Fucking Liar deserves a fair listen - but it is almost equally tempting to use it as a fancy looking drink coaster instead. Night Of The Living Dead 3. Damage Brain 4. Murder King 5. Intro - The Barbara's Undead Chronicles 6. The Barbara's Undead Chronicles 7. Civil Disobedience 8. Origin Of Terror 9. Insane TV Madness Unknown Medical Infection Reanimator Intro - Leatherfake Leatherfake Outro - Dawning. Night Of The Living Dead notably differs from its predecessor, and fortunately for the better.
Although topics like zombie outbreak, misuse of power, and breakdown of society are hardly novel, using them together as thematic elements is enough to make this album appear more ambitious than your typical thrash metal platter. Kraptor didn't sound weak on their first release either, but here the band's usual strong delivery is combined with some welcome progression in both songwriting and presentation. The tracks are generally convincing enough, although a couple of dramatized interludes manage to sound just awfully comical and more like outtakes from some cheap and cheesy TV show, which must have been done on purpose.
Truth to be told, this is a far cry from real classics in the field, for Kraptor's style is still too reliant on certain overused thrash metal antics. But when everyone and their dog seem to be focused on reinventing the wheel, even moderate displays of imagination like this are worth some attention. Endless Pain 2. Total Death 3. Storm Of The Beast 4. Tormentor 5. Son Of Evil 6. Flag Of Hate 7. Cry War 8. Bone Breaker 9. Living In Fear Dying Victims.
As one of the oldest European thrash metal bands, Kreator had a significant position in the genre even in a worldwide scale. However, for other than its consistent high speed Endless Pain didn't yet radically differ from other releases in the same year. Admittedly this album made an important initial contribution to a more extreme form of expression that would become known as the German school of thrash metal, but the band's sound here is still fairly undeveloped which can make it a bit tiresome listening experience.
On this and the next couple of albums the vocal duties were shared between Mille and Ventor, and while Mille already had some good nasty attitude going on this debut, Ventor's part and the vocal output on the whole left some room for development. Endless Pain undoubtedly deserves its nostalgic status, but it does not really compare to Kreator's better works released in later years.
Choir Of The Damned 2. Ripping Corpse 3. Death Is Your Saviour 4. Pleasure To Kill 5. Riot Of Violence 6. The Pestilence 7. Carrion 8. Monday 6 April Tuesday 7 April Wednesday 8 April Thursday 9 April Friday 10 April Saturday 11 April Sunday 12 April Monday 13 April Tuesday 14 April Wednesday 15 April Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April Sunday 19 April Monday 20 April Tuesday 21 April Wednesday 22 April Thursday 23 April Friday 24 April Saturday 25 April Sunday 26 April Monday 27 April Tuesday 28 April Wednesday 29 April Thursday 30 April Friday 1 May Saturday 2 May Sunday 3 May Monday 4 May Tuesday 5 May Wednesday 6 May Thursday 7 May Friday 8 May Saturday 9 May Sunday 10 May Jake asked him, was he following orders or is it personal.
But Chris replies both. Sherry and Piers tried to stop Jake from killing his father's murderer. Jake didn't kill Chris, so he managed to stop himself, telling Chris that there were more important things at stake than the two of them. After their conversation, the four hear rumble as the powerful B. Chris: Glad to see you're okay. Sherry: Wait, was that you who just freed us? Jake: Looks like you guys saved the day again, huh? Chris: I can see your father in you.Andre Coelho Matos (São Paulo, 14 de setembro de — São Paulo, 8 de junho de ) foi um cantor, compositor, maestro, produtor e pianista brasileiro, conhecido por ter sido vocalista das bandas Viper, Angra e Shaman.O artista vendeu milhões de cópias durante a sua carreira. Também capitaneou os projetos Virgo e Symfonia, além de ter feito participações especiais em bandas.