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Album · 1989

Filed under Thrash Metal

Tracklist

1. Die by My Hand (3:46)
2. No Need to Be Human (4:30)
3. Read My Scars (4:31)
4. D.O.A. (4:19)
5. Mistress of Deception (4:57)
6. Tunnel of Pain (4:29)
7. Why It Hurts (3:47)
8. Last Entertainment (3:59)

Total Time: 34:21

Line-up/Musicians

- Ron Royce / Bass, Vocals
- Tommy T. Baron / Guitars
- Marquis Marky / Drums

Guest musician:
- Steve Rispin / Keyboards

About this release

Noise Records, September 18th, 1989, Cat. nr.
CD - N 0138-2

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Man, how awesome were Celtic Frost? So awesome, even their roadies could blow lesser metal bands off the stage, that's how! Coroner's No More Color sees Tom Warrior's former road crew craft a punchy thrash metal classic which is actually more interesting than what the Frost were coming up with at the same time. Clever and showing a degree of technical adeptness without crossing the line into showing off, the trio cook up an intriguingly original thrash sound which proves that even as the 80s drew to a close there were still plenty of directions to take the subgenre in beyond what the Big Four were up to at the time.

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