Resurrection Through Carnage - Bloodbath Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Bloodbath / Audio CD released 2002-11-25 at Century Media/EMI / Disc ... more
Resurrection Through Carnage - Bloodbath ... #1 Tracklisting
1 Ways To The Grave
2 So You Die
3 Mass Strangulation
4 Death Delirium
5 Buried By The Dead
6 The Soulcollector
7 Bathe In Blood
8 Trail Of Insects
9 Like Fire
10 Cry My Name
Newest Review: ... plenty of chuggy, mid-paced grooves and despondent doomy sections that belie the Katatonia members lurking within the band's ... more
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by - written on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Swedish death metal band Bloodbath's 2002 full length 'Resurrection Through Carnage' continues on in the same vein as their earlier EP 'Breeding Death', consisting as it does of stripped down and catchy death metal that alternately rattles along at breakneck speed for the most part with a few unrestrained melodic solos thrown over the top as well as including plenty of chuggy, mid-paced grooves and despondent doomy sections that belie the Katatonia members lurking within the band's ranks. Mikael Akerfeldt of Opeth once again offers up some guttoral vocals, and the whole thing is pretty derivative and even poppy by death metal standards, but whilst the album ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/08 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Following the positive response to the 'Breeding Death' E.P., allegedly a one-time project, death metal supergroup Bloodbath returned to the studio to record a full-length album in tribute to old-school Swedish death metal. The result is less impressive than its predecessor, partly due to a less tight focus but also largely down to the repetition, as every song follows the same basic style. While this was certainly a trait of many classic death metal bands, I expected more of a group comprised of Opeth, Edge of Sanity and Katatonia alumni. These songs are generally faster and thrashier than the darker E.P., and more closely aligned to the sound of Entombed, ... Read the complete review
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