- Title:Devil Reveals
- Style:Heavy Metal
- Date of release:June 19, 2009
- Recording date:March, 2009 - April, 2009
- Recording location:Beatbox, Hanover
- Size FLAC version1907 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1932 megabytes
- Size WMA version1259 megabytes
- Formats:WAV VQF MOD MMF MP4 AU
Cripper in 2009 released their second studio album called Devil Reveals, was present at Wacken Open Air 2009 and in spring 2010 supported Overkill on their Killfest-Tour through Europe Cripper released a third studio album in 2012, titled Antagonist. This time bassist Bastian Helwig left the band and was finally replaced by Gerrit Mohrmann. For 2014, Cripper played again at the fourth version of 70000 Tons of Metal.
Devil Reveals (2009).
Before the foundation of the Devil Reveals album was given form, Cripper released two important releases that brought them to the decisive moment. In 2006, a year after their formation, the EP, Killer Escort Service, was released under the band’s own distribution. The impact of the EP gave birth to the band’s first album, Freak Inside, which was released in two different versions. The first was released in 2007 as a self-release and the second version was released as an official full-length under SAOL, the same label that released the punching Devil Reveals.
CreditsCripper - Composer, Primary Artist
Carsten Frank - Drum Engineering, Guitar Engineer
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|3||Life Is Deadly Cripper||Cripper||4:43|
|4||Kids Killing Kids Cripper||Cripper||6:06|
|5||Caged with a Gun Cripper||Cripper||4:15|
|6||Junkie Shuffle Cripper||Cripper||3:54|
|7||More Than 4 Cripper||Cripper||4:22|
|8||I Am the Pit Cripper||Cripper||2:41|
|9||Devil Reveals Cripper||Cripper||5:11|
|11||Methods in Madness Cripper||Cripper||1:13|