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Coroner - No More Color mp3 download Performer: Coroner
Album: No More Color
Country: Germany
Released: 1989
Style: Thrash
Size MP3: 1782 mb.
Size FLAC: 1403 mb.
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Coroner is the penultimate release by the Swiss thrash metal band Coroner. It is technically a compilation album, although it features new material as well as selected songs from the band's previous albums. It is also regarded as their final album, even though it was succeeded by a final compilation of unreleased material in 1996, titled The Unknown Unreleased Tracks 1985-95.

Coroner's music became more technical on No More Color as the guitar work was characterized by intricate modes and arpeggios, solo work that was chromatically colorful, as well as the de rigueur crunchy chords and speed runs; the drumming went beyond the 4/4 time of Coroner's two previous albums to incorporate unusual time signatures which became their trademark. Ron Royce's bass playing is also worth a mention as having an advanced three-finger technique which enables him to double the rhythm line as well as perform more intricate riffs. Doomsday News III - Thrashing East Live (1990, split album). No More Color Tour '90 - Live in East Berlin (1990, VHS/Laserdisc). Masked Jackal" (music video). Last Entertainment" (music video).

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No More Color is Coroner's third album. It is the release where they started to truly 'progress', as the songs are still similar to their older, speedy, European thrash metal but start to feature elements of the avant-garde progressive thrash of their later albums.

No More Color is the ultimate evolution of the Celtic Frost sound that Coroner would start off with . This would be the greatest technical thrash achievement of all time if not for one Rust In Peace. This album should still hangeth it high with no shame, as such there are some peaks that can not be topped and one should beith proud of what they have accomplished. Sort of like how Dave Mustaine should quit whining that he didn't make as much money as Metallica. Coroner have your answer, but you'll have to traverse the cold and mechanical depths of their third album No More Color to understand why. Having already embarked on a remarkable musical journey into the tortured, glorious back waters of human sanity through their stunning debut . and its colossal, flawless followup Punishment for Decadence, the Swiss set upon themselves to broach modernity.

No More Color (1989) by Coroner. Labels: Noise Records. Genres: Technical Thrash Metal. Songs: Die By My Hand, No Need to be Human, Read My Scars, . A Members: Ron Royce, Tommy T. Baron, Marquis Marky.

1989's No More Color finds Swiss trio Coroner in transition mode between the technically skilled, but still relatively conventional Euro-thrash metal heard on their first two albums, and the truly distinctive thinking man's avant-thrash of the two discs yet to come. In other words, this is the point in which the group's desire to think begins overtaking their desire to thrash.

Coroner – No More Color. May 25, 2011 Kevin Stewart-Panko. Hall of Fame Coroner, Hall of Fame. dB HoF NO. 77. No more Color. However, Coroner have since caved to the demand of both the fans who rabidly and originally worshipped their output and those posthumous discoverers who can hear the steps they were making in advancing thrash metal 20+ years ago. This year, Coroner will reconvene to perform at France’s Hellfest, the . s Bloodstock Open Air Festival and the Maryland Deathfest. As the world prepares to celebrate the return of one of thrash metal’s quirkiest innovators, Decibel’s Hall of Fame celebrates the band’s crowning achievement with our latest induction.


A1 Die By My Hand 3:46
A2 No Need To Be Human 4:30
A3 Read My Scars 4:31
A4 D.O.A. 4:19
B1 Mistress Of Deception 4:57
B2 Tunnel Of Pain 4:29
B3 Why It Hurts 3:47
B4 Last Entertainment 3:59

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Noise International
  • Copyright (c) – Noise International
  • Published By – Dark Wings
  • Published By – Dark Wings Inc.
  • Recorded At – Sky Trak Studio
  • Mixed At – Morrisound Studios


  • Bass, Lead Vocals – Ron Royce
  • Drums, Backing Vocals – Marquis Marky
  • Engineer – Steve Rispin
  • Guitar – Tommy T. Baron
  • Lyrics By – Marky*
  • Mixed By – Dan Johnson, Scott Burns
  • Music By – Royce*, Baron*
  • Producer – Coroner, Pete Hinton


Gold stamp promo with promo labels.
Includes printed inner bag.
Includes 18" x 24" promo poster.

Mixed at Morrisound, Tampa, Florida.
Recorded at Sky Trak Studio, West Berlin, June 89.

(p) 1989 Noise International
(c) 1989 Noise International

Published by Dark Wings (Europe) and Dark Wings, Inc. (USA).

Also available on cassette and cd.

Printed in Canada.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 3612-45181-1 4

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
N 0138-1 Coroner No More Color ‎(LP, Album) Noise International N 0138-1 Germany 1989
N 0138-1 Coroner No More Color ‎(LP, Album, RP) Noise International N 0138-1 Germany 1989
N 0138-2 Coroner No More Color ‎(CD, Album, RE) Noise N 0138-2 Germany 1998
FWT 45181 Coroner No More Color ‎(Cass, Album, Club, Col) Noise International FWT 45181 US 1989
WK 45181 Coroner No More Color ‎(CD, Album, Club) Noise International WK 45181 US 1989