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Ultimatum

The Mechanics of Perilous Times

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Category: Power Thrash
Year: 2000
Label: Gutter Records (Germany)
Catalog Number: GUT CD0040
Rating: 8.75 out of 10. (26 ratings)
 

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Personnel
Robert Gutierrez guitar
Seab Grieco drums
Steve Trujilo guitar
Scott Waters vocals
Tom Michaels 4-string bass
Tracks
1.  Temple of the Spirit  
2.  Greed  
3.  Regime Inc.  
4.  Perilous Times  
5.  Shroud of Science  
6.  Crash Course  
7.  Warlord's Sword  
8.  The Purging  
9.  Burn    Cover: Vengeance Rising
10.  MutaMitlu instrumental  
11.  Violence and Bloodshed  

Existing comments about this CD

From: Scott   (IP unknown) Date: February 7, 2003 at 14:23
KILLER THRASH METAL in the tradition of Forbidden and especially Exodus. Ultimatum has their own sound but what continues to change with each album is their speed, intensity, and the vocals. The vox on this disc vary from song to song. They still retain the snake-like hiss of past albums but add elements of death metal and even some more melodic parts. Of the three cds, this one is my favorite. 'MutalMitlu' is Ultimatum spelled backwards. http://www.nolifetilmetal.com/ultimatum.htm
From: kmorg   (IP unknown) Date: January 4, 2004 at 7:11
The bands best effort, imo. Awesome thrash metal, with plenty of power metal mixed in. You just can't go wrong with Ultimatum!
From: Jesse   (---.) Date: February 7, 2005 at 15:04
Another underrated thrash outfit. They are held back by their 'Christian' name tag. This is a shame because the music equals the likes of any band from their genre. Their vocalist often gets compared to Udo and Zetro, but he is quite unique. Perhaps a tad of an acquired taste for some, but even the worst critic will admit he has his own style. I think it works well. 9/10
From: Scott   (---.69-92-cpe.cableone.net) Date: August 19, 2005 at 0:45
Thanks for the kind comments Jesse. Glad you like it. We are currently working on our new CD, tenatively titled 'Into the Pit'.
From: Joe   (---.) Date: September 5, 2005 at 3:07
hey scott!!!!!!!!!!!!! scott waters! yeah You, who adds the first comment on the page! your website nolifetilmetal is awesome! you got a great collection of bands, especially christian bands, i neva knew that the owener of this site wuz a christian and the vocalist of ultimatum.., cool! Rock for the king!i heard a few of your songs, man! awesome!
From: JeffdlS   (---.) Date: July 22, 2006 at 23:37
Yes, folks, if you want to listen to some awesome thrash, you can't go wrong with Ultimatum. 'Mechanics of Perilous Times' is the latest from Ultimatum and it just kicks. 'Temple of the Spirit' is an awesome song (you can find it on BlastBeats Extreme Music Sampler 4). 'Crash Course' is another truly metal song. But the best song is 'Violence & Bloodshed'. The next album will undoubtably be even better than this one.
From: James (stepcuz)   (---.gci.net) Date: July 23, 2006 at 18:10
I love this album, too! Quite possibly their best, this album brings on a few more melodic elements as well as some death/thrash metal elements as well. My only complaint is the drum snare can get on my nerves a bit, as it sounds like a tin can, but that is a very minor weakness. This is their best album as far as songwriting, time changes, musicianship, and power. This album is their most thrashy album as far as speed goes and certainly falls under the catagory of thrash, much more than their o
From: Jesse   (---.) Date: October 17, 2007 at 10:15
Just got the Retroactive Records remaster of this CD from RadRockers. The sound is much improved and the bonus tracks are awesome!!!! Now if only Into the Pit were out! Can't wait! Oct. 30th.

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