Thomas Krome ‎– Lord Of Darkness

Corb ‎– CORB 002
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Demolition Disco 6:44
B Soulcollector 6:17

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  • Mastered ByNilz*


A1: 131.5 BPM
B1: 134.5 BPM
Track durations and BPM are not mentioned on the release, they're taken from timing the vinyl.

(P)+(C) Corb 1998.
Worldwide distribution by Prime.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): MPO CORB 002 A¹ THE EXCHANGE – NiLZ.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MPO CORB 002 B¹ THE EXCHANGE – NiLZ.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CORB 002 Thomas Krome Lord Of Darkness(12", W/Lbl) Corb CORB 002 Sweden 1998 Sell This Version


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May 17, 2015
As hairy as brilliant. These is nothing like Soulcollector when the percussion kicks in combined with killer bass. Other side also brilliant.


September 19, 2014
This record is the black metal of techno. Gritty, raw, drone laden, and dark as midnight in the deep forest. Very unique sound, nothing else like it.


December 5, 2013
This is a raw, brutal and heavy going peace of techno. Not the kinda music you wanna hear when you have to get up in the morning. But maybe the right sound before going to bed. Well done folks!


January 22, 2011

Ridiculously good record, and by far my favorite Corb, or Thomas Krome, release for that matter.
Dense psychotic techno with profound, howling undertones, emitting long, mournful and plaintive sounds over anger fueled mechanical beats.

This is a ferocious techno work out, with demented beastly bass lines beating listeners all around with its steady rocking combine harvester like beats and back to basics structure.
The A side has a larger break somewhere halfway through and then kicks back even harder with more abdominal muscle and firm aural devastation.
However, as hard as it may be to chose, for me it's all about Soul Collector; no ornaments, no funk no pause or subtraction, deconstruction, decomposition - whatever. Six minutes of slamming dark dungeon techno for the fans of labels like Glenn Wilson's Heroes and Michael Burkat's Compressed. Swedish techno of the highest and mightiest order. Sick sick and very loud, right up there with Bitches From Hell, this one is just as hot and infernal, but has a more four on the floor traditional techno feel to.
I can drop Soul Collector in the middle of anything and clear the dance floor in seconds as distraught souls aimlessly try to seek out shelter!
A compulsory addition to any collection of hard techno and an unavoidable gem for Krome heads!


February 23, 2003

This is one of my favourites, dark , raw , heavy and unshaved. All the great elements to create a fat-ass techno hit. Definitly the second-best release from the Corb label.