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Coroner - Die By My Hand

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Uploaded on Jan 17, 2009

Shining metal
Arc of light
Red eyes
Smell of fear
Deep cut
Red stream
On white skin
In slow-motion

Stop time
Close your lips
Keep the word
Lay down and sleep
With bleeding heart
I'll take you away
Save you from
The claws of time

Die by my hand, die by my hand

Now you are
A crystal rose
Frozen for
Eternity
Down on my knees
Caress your body
Inside my head
In slow-motion

Stop time
Close your lips
Keep the word
Lay down and sleep
With bleeding heart
I'll take you away
Save you from
The claws of time

Die by my hand, die by my hand
Die by my hand———————————————————————
Ron Royce (aka Ron Broder) - Vocals/Bass
Tommy T.Baron (real name Thomas Vetterli) - Guitars
Marquis Marky (aka Marky Edelmann) - Drums

Coroner's third album in as many years continued the band's rapid evolution in style and offered some much-needed improvement in production values. While hardly their best-produced recording, No More Color has a cleaner, crisper sound quality than its predecessors and contains what was easily the group's finest songwriting up to that point. In their continual quest for perfection, the band further honed their craft, bulking up their sound while continuing to experiment with unusual time signatures and jazz-like chord progressions. It's interesting to note that unlike so many bands who attempt to streamline their songwriting, Coroner is one of the few groups to greatly benefit from the process. "Read My Scars" is an excellent example of this. A textbook lesson in dynamics, the song exhibits breakneck tempo changes and swirling instrumental passages within the confines of a relatively simple (but highly memorable) main riff. As journalist Steffan Chirazi noted at the time, "Coroner display a healthy ability to grab hold of parts that don't really make too much sense as separates and turn them into superb, rolling compositions. This band has every right to be as big as Slayer." Sadly, that level of success would never happen. But Coroner would continue to develop their work and quietly take their place as one of the world's most innovative and underrated bands.

Tracks:

01. Die By My Hand
02. No Need To Be Human
03. Read My Scars
04. D.O.A.
05. Mistress of Deception
06. Tunnel of Pain
07. Why It Hurts
08. Last Entertainment

All lyrics by Marquis Marky except "Why It Hurts" by Martin Ain

Produced by Pete Hinton and Coroner
Engineered by Steve Rispin
Mixed by Dan Johnson and Scott Burns at Morrisound, Tampa, Florida
Recorded at Sky Trak Studio, West Berlin, June 89

Executive Producer Karl-Ulrich Walterbach
Cover concept and design by Marquis Marky
All Synth. Eff. by Steve Rispin
Spoken words on "Last Entertainment" by M. Marky

Management: Drakkar Promotion Europe, Drakkar USA

Available on NOISE INTL. - WK 45181

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