Krov za krov

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Кровь за кровь (Russian for Blood for Blood; transliterated as Krov' za krov') is the fifth studio album by Russian heavy metal band Aria. It was released in 1991. Krov za krov was the band's first album to be released by a private record label rather than state company Melodia.

Кровь за Кровь
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Studio album by
Released1991
GenreHeavy metal
Length40:00
LabelSintez Records (1991), Moroz Records (1994)
ProducerVitaly Dubinin, Vladimir Holstinin
Aria chronology
Игра с огнём
(1989)
Кровь за Кровь
(1991)
Ночь короче дня
(1995)

Track listingEdit

All lyrics are written by Margarita Pushkina.

No.TitleMusicEnglish titleLength
1."Прощай, Норфолк!"Vitaly Dubinin, Vladimir HolstininFarewell, Norfolk!5:20
2."Зомби"Vitaly Dubinin, Vladimir HolstininZombie4:30
3."Антихрист"Vitaly Dubinin, Vladimir HolstininAntichrist5:04
4."Не Хочешь - Не Верь Мне"Vitaly Dubinin, Vladimir HolstininYou’d Better Believe Me4:02
5."Кровь за Кровь"Vitaly Dubinin, Vladimir HolstininBlood for Blood7:43
6."Бесы"Vitaly Dubinin, Sergey MavrinDemons3:21
7."Всё, Что Было"Valery KipelovAll That Was5:14
8."Следуй за Мной!"Valery KipelovFollow Me!4:42

Lyric themesEdit

  • "Farewell Norfolk!" tells of the mythical disappearance of a 1/5 battalion of the Norfolk Regiment in 1915, during the Gallipoli Campaign.
  • "Zombie" tells a horror story about a zombie who rises from his grave to avenge his murder.
  • "Antichrist" features a view of the Book of Revelation from the devil's point of view. According to several band members, the song was influenced by The Omen horror films franchise. Later Valery Kipelov refused to sing that song at any concerts due to his religious views and fans' wrong understanding of the song.
  • "You'd Better Believe Me" is a sequel to "Hero of Asphalt", telling of the deceased biker's post-death experience.
  • "Blood for Blood" is about the fate of Pontius Pilate, and is based on the novel The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov.
  • The song "You'd Better Believe Me" was translated into English and was featured on Aria's compilation album Shtil'.

PersonnelEdit

  • Valery Kipelov - Vocals
  • Vladimir Holstinin - Guitar
  • Sergey Mavrin - Guitar
  • Vitaly Dubinin - Bass
  • Aleksandr Maniakin - Drums
  • Ivan Evdokimov - Sound Engineer
  • Sergey Ryleev - Sound Engineer
  • Yuri Fishkin - Management
  • Stas Karyakin - Mastering
  • Vasily Gavrilov - Artist
  • Aleksandr Gavrilov - Artist
  • Konstantin Pylaev - Photography
  • Nadir Chanishev - Photography
  • Valentin Kudryavtsev - Computer Design

ReferencesEdit