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  • Performer: Coroner
  • Album: Grin
  • MP3: 1861 mb | FLAC/APE: 1179 mb | WMA: 1645 mb
  • Released: 1993
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Thrash
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 463
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Tracklist

Dream Path 1:10
The Lethargic Age 4:16
Internal Conflicts 6:19
Caveat (To The Coming) 6:38
Serpent Moves 7:37
Status: Still Thinking 6:14
Theme For Silence 0:58
Paralized, Mesmerized 7:54
Grin (Nails Hurt) 7:18
Host 8:22

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
N 0210-1 Coroner Grin ‎(LP, Album) Noise N 0210-1 Germany 1993
9086-11028-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album) Futurist 9086-11028-2 US 1993
N 0210-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album) Noise N 0210-2 Australia 1993
VICP-5259 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album) Noise International VICP-5259 Japan 1993
THRUST 004 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album) Thrust THRUST 004 Australia 1993
N 0210-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album) Noise N 0210-2 Germany 1993
9086-11028-4 Coroner Grin ‎(Cass, Album) Futurist 9086-11028-4 US 1993
NE 0210 Coroner Grin ‎(Cass, Album) Noise International NE 0210 Malaysia 1993
CLAS 0053 Coroner Grin ‎(Cass, Album) Metal Mind Records CLAS 0053 Poland 1993
N 0210-4 Coroner Grin ‎(Cass, Album) Noise N 0210-4 Germany 1993
MG 2799-1806 Coroner Grin ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) MG Records MG 2799-1806 Poland 1994
N 0210-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Noise N 0210-2 Russia 2014
N 0210-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Noise N 0210-2 Russia 2014
DCS-005 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, RE) Death Cult Switzerland DCS-005 Switzerland 2015
NOISE2LP059 Coroner Grin ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, Gre) Noise NOISE2LP059 Europe 2018
NOISECD059 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Noise , BMG NOISECD059 Germany 2018
9086-11028-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Futurist 9086-11028-2 US Unknown

Tracklist

A1 Dream Path 1:10
A2 The Lethargic Age 4:16
A3 Internal Conflicts 6:19
A4 Serpent Moves 7:37
A5 Theme For Silence 1:32
A6 Paralyzed, Mesmerized 8:08
B7 Caveat (To The Coming) 6:38
B8 Status: Still Thinking 6:14
B9 Grin (Nails Hurt) 7:18
B10 Host 8:22

Credits

  • Written-By – Marquis Marky, Ron Royce (tracks: B7,B8), Tomy Baron*

Notes

Songs are listed sequentially over the sides.
On labels read (in Polish): Cassette for distribution in territory of Poland only.
Shorter catalog number: MG2799 appears in the right up corner on the front.

Stereo
Dolby System

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: ZAIKS
  • Other (Cassette Duration): TT 60min

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
N 0210-1 Coroner Grin ‎(LP, Album) Noise N 0210-1 Germany 1993
NOISE2LP059 Coroner Grin ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, Gre) Noise NOISE2LP059 Europe 2018
9086-11028-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album) Futurist 9086-11028-2 US 1993
N 0210-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Noise N 0210-2 Russia 2014
9086-11028-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Futurist 9086-11028-2 US Unknown

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Dream Path
Guest, Musician, Didgeridoo – Tim Chatfield
1:10
2 The Lethargic Age
Guest, Musician, Drums [Intro], Composed By [Drum Intro], Programmed By – Roger Dupont
4:16
3 Internal Conflicts 6:19
4 Caveat (To The Coming)
Music By – Royce*, Baron*
6:38
5 Serpent Moves 7:37
6 Status: Still Thinking
Guest, Musician, Didgeridoo – Tim ChatfieldMusic By – Royce*, Baron*
6:14
7 Theme For Silence 0:58
8 Paralized, Mesmerized 7:54
9 Grin (Nails Hurt)
Guest, Musician, Vocals [Additional] – Paul Degayler*
7:18
10 Host
Guest, Musician, Voice [Female] – Bettina KlötiVoice [Spoken] – M. Marky*
8:22

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – www.HOFA.de

Credits

  • Art Direction – Istvan Vizner, Marquis Marky
  • Artwork [Skull-logo] – Mischa Good*
  • Bass, Vocals – Ron Royce
  • Drums – Marquis Marky
  • Engineer – Gerhard "Anyway" Wölfle*
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Mark Prator
  • Executive-Producer – K.-U. Walterbach*
  • Graphics – Peter Vahlefeld
  • Guest, Musician, Synthesizer [Add.], Synth [Add.] – Kent Smith
  • Guitar – Tommy T.Baron*
  • Guitar Synthesizer – T. Baron*
  • Management – Oliver Macchi
  • Mastered By – Eddie Schreyer*
  • Mixed By – Tom Morris
  • Music By – T. Baron* (tracks: 1 to 3, 5, 7 to 10)
  • Photography By [Front & Inlay Pics] – Martin Becker
  • Photography By [Page 2-5 & 8 Pics] – Istvan Vizner
  • Producer – Coroner
  • Recorded By [All Drums] – Voco Faux-Pas*
  • Words By – M. Marky*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: HOA272971 www.hofa.de

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
N 0210-1 Coroner Grin ‎(LP, Album) Noise N 0210-1 Germany 1993
NOISE2LP059 Coroner Grin ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, Gre) Noise NOISE2LP059 Europe 2018
9086-11028-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album) Futurist 9086-11028-2 US 1993
N 0210-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Noise N 0210-2 Russia 2014
9086-11028-2 Coroner Grin ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Futurist 9086-11028-2 US Unknown


Dagdardana
Am I the only one annoyed by this remaster? The hi-hat is too tinny and it basically sounds like ass.
Erthai
rose1978 You can buy the original with 200-250 euro & after the hi hat will sound better...:-) lol what kind of reply is that? Just because its cheaper garbage doesn't justify the fact that its still garbage, I'll stick to my original CD thank you very much :^)
Scoreboard Bleeding
You can buy the original with 200-250 euro & after the hi hat will sound better...:-)
Amarin
So glad their albums are being reissued! A fantastic pressing, killer album. Product like this is what makes buying "physical" music in 2018 so enjoyable. Smiles, smiles smiles!!
Cala
Another awesome remaster of an awesome album from Noise ( after Kreator-Renewal and Skyclad-Prince of the poverty line ).
Steelraven
TOP EXCELLENT MASSIVE SOUND - TOP ALBUM! No more words...
Malien
Just got mine at the record store, awesome! Didn’t even know that “Grin” and “Mental Vortex” had just been reissued on vinyl until I stumbled upon them in the C vinyls in the Metal section. Grabbed them both of course, so glad I had the money on me and that I found them. These Noise reissues are really good just like the Voivod and Tankard vinyls they released last year. So happy to finally own 2 classic Coroner albums on vinyl finally!
Oparae
Sounds absolutely massive, just exploding out of my speakers. Everything is crisp and clear. A great reissue in my opinion.
JOGETIME
After many years the miracle done! After this, all vinyl albums are possible for reissue..:-)
Darksinger
I started my collection 4 years ago, after thinking about it for nearly 10 years now, and first thing I wanted was Coroner albums to be available on vinyl once again... Especially this album. It's like a page of my life is about to be turned for good. So glad right now, I hope the final product will be as good as possible.
Dusho
Prices are to high for me; i buy the reissue (sale starts 29.6.18).
Error parents
Noise is reissuing some bands, like Celtic Frost and Voivod, I wonder it there's any chance they will reissue this album... The original vinyl is SO expensive. And the CD and cassettes are not cheap either.
Awene
CD repress along with Mental Vortex incoming... available for pre-order on Amazon. Punishment For Decadence, No More Color and RIP are already done. I think there are some vinyl pressings happening too.
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
I emailed them last year and they said they don't have the rights to all the album, only the last two and that they *might* release those but they would need to be cleared. I don't think anything needs remastering so straight up reissues would be great.
Washington
does anyone know about a re release on vinyl support ?
Rias
All of their albums are being re-issued on vinyl. This masterpiece will be split on 2 plates. https://www.amazon.com/Grin-2018-Remaster-Coroner/dp/B07CQP6R7C/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1526741114&sr=8-9&keywords=coroner
Vetalol
I have been praying for that for such a long time...
Fararala
This is one of the 10 best metal moments for the European Metal. No other comments for this masterpiece.
Gaxaisvem
the last and best studio album of coroner very experimental music sametime very interesting too 10/10 excellent masterpiece altough very hard to find anymore especially at vinyl
Jogrnd
A masterpiece from a very sophisticated metal band. Excellent sound engineering & mastering, hypersonic gtrs/bass/vocals/drums & brilliant compositions.
Ber
Coroner's last full-length is a surprisingly considered and slower album that grooves far more than it thrashes, and since the band started by playing speedy, blazing metal it's a little strange to hear them actually relax a little. It's a logical step from the past two albums, which found the band exploring and experimenting with their sound more and adding more room to their compositions. But don't let that fool you, songwriting-wise this is up there - in this user's opinion - as Coroner's best album, and it's just as heavy as anything they've put out. Ron Royce's snarly, Tom G. Warrior-style vocals are still ever present beside his more-than-competent bass grooves, while Tommy T. Baron snakes across ten tracks with amazing finesse, displaying some of his best riffs and equally blistering solos. And of course, Marquis Marky is behind the skins once again, only this time he's got a little more room to breathe, and has the chance to add some subtlety to his playing.The songs themselves are without a doubt some of the best the band have written in their criminally-short career, and many of the tracks could arguably fit within some of the best technical metal songs written. The band sound at ease on this record, like a weight's been lifted off them and they finally have the space to just groove, and there's a laid back feel to the playing even though the band's playing tighter than ever. But this may just be on the surface, as they're still angry, Ron growling about doing things "when I feel like doing it" on 'Internal Conflicts' (which is also the song on the album that sounds most like their older output) and asking "why do I hate you?" on 'Still Thinking'. And yet there's some calmer moments too, like the opening of 'Caveat' and the hypnotising breakdown/end in 'Serpent Moves', and the band have even experimented with ambience in 'Dream Path' and 'Theme For Silence'. These experiments would show up heavily later on 'The Unknown Unreleased Tracks', where the band fiddled further with synthesizers and electronica, as well as their penchant for vocal samples.For the genre, it's quite an easy listen; a thinking man's thrash album that you can both bang your head to and yet appreciate for nuanced playing that the band have only really shown when they've slowed down and just grooved. It confused much of the band's fans when it was released, however, and like the band for much of their career, was ignored by all but hardcore devotees. A shame too, as it's still a fantastic album with production and song-writing that holds up to this day. Truly ahead of its time.
Wal
Great review for a great album. Noise would be asleep at the wheel not to re issue this. Cheers ????????
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