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BRINGER OF BLOOD (CD & DVD) [Limited Edition]

Six Feet Under Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (27 Aug 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: METALBLADE
  • ASIN: B0000C666D
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 354,039 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars their strongest album yet! 21 Aug 2004
Format:Audio CD
after the disappointing 'True Carnage' Six Feet Under return in fine form with 'Bringer Of Blood'. This band have always set themselves apart from their contempories by abandoning speed and replacing it with some of the catchiest riffs ever to grace a death metal record. In fact this band break the mould and actually release death metal albums whereby the songs actually sound different to one another! Chris Barnes has really outdone himself with the vocal performance on this one, ranging from demonic sub gutteral rumblings to a high pitched shriek and on songs like 'My Hatred' and the excellent 'Murdered In The Basement' he has never sounded so ferocious. If you like your death metal to be something other than 1000 mph one riff per album, then you should get this album. If you never thought you would find yourself tapping your foot to death metal then you're in for a nasty surprise!
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4.0 out of 5 stars something a little different 25 July 2007
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so then the history is well charted that chris barnes was sacked/left cannibal corpse and then began to focus solely on SFU...some see this as good and others not so good.
personally i always thought the rest of the SFU catologue was quite dull in comparison to cannibal corpse and morbid angel...the sound was very dull..blast beats ahoy,unrecognizable vocals and a terrible guitar sound.
so what is different here then...well pretty much about everything...for a start you can understand what barnes is saying!!!
there is alot more variety to the pace and structure of the songs...the guitars sound thicker and the drums sound similarly thicker and well just bigger.
i think that is where this album will split the fans as it is alot...i really mean ALOT slower than most death metal that is being produced these days...but for me that is not always a bad thing as it stops it from becoming dull and they prove they can still rip it up on songs like "murdered in the basement" and "ugly".
i think the thing is that this is where devildriver are going and they are being hailed for it as they are pushing their way in but SFU are drifting away from their death roots by bringing more groove to their sound and personally i think it works...but i think that the purists will hate it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars its rocks 1 Sep 2011
By Raddog
Format:Audio CD
I've never understood the hate campaign against this band, if you have outgrown blast beats and want something damn heavy, with real groove, and of course laughably gruesome lyrics, this is for you. I think one of the better SFU albums due to great riffs, and awesome job on vocals with cool rhythm and range.
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2.0 out of 5 stars A crushing disappointment 25 April 2004
Format:Audio CD
Dear god, what's happened to this once excellent band? SFU started out asChris Barnes' side project with Obituary's Allan West whilst he was stilla member of Cannibal Corpse, and their debut record 'Haunted' wasexcellent no-frills Death Metal. He left his main band to concentrate onSFU and since then, with each successive release, the quality has droppeda little bit. That is, until the release of 'Bringer Of Blood', where thequality has in fact plummeted. The last record 'True Carnage' was noclassic, but it had a few good moments, particularly the opening two songs'Impulse To Disembowel' and 'The Day The Dead Walked'. More pertinently,it was still basically a Death Metal album. However, on this new one,virtually all of the Death Metal influence has departed aside from Barnes'vocals, and even these are far less intense than they once were. It justsounds like the whole process has been watered down from album to albumuntil it arrived at the mess that we have here. If you listen to thealbum's lead-off song 'Amerika The Brutal' immediately after hearingsomething from early in the band's career, the disappointment will morethan likely be great; it lacks any kind of passion, any kind of heaviness,and contains possibly the clumsiest anti-war sentiments ever recorded. Ifyou're after a decent Death Metal album, I'd advise you to check out 'TheWretched Spawn', the new superb album from Barnes' former friends inCannibal Corpse, and to leave this well alone. It's a bit of a disaster.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Six Feet Under looks inside and dishes up a great album 30 Sep 2003
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
It was with incredible anticipation that I placed Bringer of Blood into my CD player. Immediately I was assailed by the sonic assault that was "Sick in the Head", the first of 11 similarly crushing songs in the newest offering from Six Feet Under. And while there exists a definite SFU sound in this release, even a casual listening reveals that this is an entirely different beast. Firstly the vocals seem to have undergone a change: Barnes seems to have backed off the classic death metal growl (most recently characterized on SFU's past album "True Carnage") and unleashed a roar that is slightly more defined and *ahem* "comprehensible. That is not to say he has lost his ferocity: the sound is still as brutal as ever. The change seems fitting considering the shift in the lyrical content. These tracks seem defiantly more introverted. While we are still afforded such classic SFU gore songs (Murdered in the Basement, Escape the Grave), most of the songs seem to reflect more psychological and real-life terrors, most prominent being the Anti-War anthem that is "Amerika the Brutal". Further the music of SFU seems to have undergone some refinement. Steve Swanson's guitar work, though superb as ever, doesn't seem as crunchy as past offerings. The lesser permeation by double-bass drums also contributes to this looser feel in the music.
All and all this is a solid release from Six Feet Under. And with the release of the music video for "Amerika the Brutal" upon the unwashed masses of MTV, it very may well be that this will be the album that launches Six Feet Under beyond the underground and into the mainstream. Heaven help those who are not ready for their coming.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing Will Ever Change! 23 Sep 2003
By Donald Roberts - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Alright, I've been listening to Chris Barnes since '91 ( Butchered at Birth days)..and he's definitely one of my fave death metal singers. The first time I listened to B.O.B., I was unmoved..the most evident change being the band's favoring of a more mainstream, commercial sound..I also didn't care for the photographs of the band members ( morphed into monsters-which is totally f$$king stupid...the rest of the artwork is cool though.)
Being a somewhat loyalist to the music though, and no longer the death metal purist I was ( in my teen years), I gave B.O.B. a chance, and now I find it brutal and catchy.See..the music stands for itself..I remember a few years back, when Barnes said he wouldn't write political songs ( now he's wearing his liberal heart on his sleeve) or use comedy in horror ( the lyrics are pretty goofey and obviously not meant to be taken seriously), but ya know what..WHO F##KING CARES? Barnes is one of the originators of this music, and I'm glad he's still making sick music. He's obviously a happier guy these days..and it sounds like the band is into what they do ( which is more than I can say for bands like Deicide). If you're not ignorant and forget about all the stupid hype and gossip and labeling in "the underground"..you'll see that Six Feet Under is still the same band offering yet another dish of brutality..albeit fresh this time. You see, had they released another True Carnage, they'd be dogged for being stagnant and treading water..if you don't like the music, don't listen to it!!! This album may be a little more punk or rock in roll..but it's no piece of garbage like Warpath ( that album was a disappointment!)Here's how they rank from best album to worst ( in my eyes)...1) Maximim Violence 2) Haunted 3) True Carnage 4) Bringer of Blood 5) Warpath..Personally, I liked Chris when he was more evil and took his lyrics more seriously and creatively..but he's paid his dues..I think this band is resting on its laurels and trying to focus on writing better music..hope it justs STAYS SICK in the future!!! All in all, a decent metal release for the year.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars never even liked them till now 27 Oct 2003
By sinisterfiend666 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I am more into black metal than hard core death metal, but am starting to get into some bands, usually these bands (especially this one and cannibal corpse) seem to go on a mission to sound like they are singing in a toilet at 2000 miles an hour to insure you will need to crack open a lyric book to desipher it like ancient writings or something, this album broke the trend, you can understand the dude, and the songs sound different from one another, also very catchy stuff, didnt know a chris barnes band had it in them, I am now a fan. These songs will stick in your head, and you will feel the evil
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5.0 out of 5 stars The 2nd best SFU ever 29 Sep 2003
By Daniel Treloar - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The semi-rawness of Haunted, and the fact that every song is great, makes it my favorite. But this album comes in close at 2nd.
Every album SFU has released is amazing. They are (IMO) the best death metal band out there.
My favorite thing about this album is the music. Musically I think it is their best. I think Chris Barnes has the right idea about changing up the vocals, but I don't think all vocals on this album are as good as they could have been. Overall this is a great album.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good, but not great 19 Jan 2004
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The CD is worth the money for sure but nothing to rave about. The lyrics to most of the songs repetitive and kinda lame. The guitars are great, the drums are perfect and the vocals are excellent. The DVD is a nice touch but lacks content. the videos of the band playing are fun to watch once, the interview with Barnes is a chance to watch him roll a joint, then babble for quite sometime. If you are a fan of six feet under or the old days of cannibal corpse then this cd is a must.
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