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Bleed The Fifth

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 11 July 2007
  • Release Date: 11 July 2007
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 2007 Sangreal Music, Inc
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  • Total Length: 38:48
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  • ASIN: B001F0WOEO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 94,374 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Slack on 31 Aug 2007
Format: Audio CD
Dino Cazares has always been a man of great musical stature. Fear Factory, a band viewed as gods by many in the metal scene, are possibly his proudest moment to date with a stunning back catalogue written and inspired by this man. He has also had successful releases since then as part of the Roadunner United compilation and part of the band Brujeira.

With Divine Heresy this great list of achievments is added to. This is a fine debut album which emphasises the finer moments of this man's career and puts them all together in one album. Opening title track 'Bleed The Fifth' kicks in and gives you a great impression of what's to come. Brutal guitars, crushing vocals and pounding drums! Words cannot do some of the songs justice on this album as they really have to be heard to be believed.

It would be hard for me to write about a favourite track or a particular stand out as the calibre of this album such that it could all be credited with that title. However my personal favourites are 'This Threat Is Real' and 'Saviour Self' purely for the vocal lines which are something to behold.

I cannot give this record enough praise with my words and I really recommend that if you call yourself a fan of metal, or have been into any of the works I listed above then it is a definate must for you to check this out. I assure you, it'll be worth it!
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By Y. J. Walker on 30 Aug 2007
Format: Audio CD
From start to finish this album has it all. Hard and brutal throughout, this album uses a lot of different influences to create its own unique sound. Influences such as Machine Head, Fear Factory (obviously) can Meshuggah be heard at times, giving it a very brutal and strong presence.

Someone described the singing as the best vocal debut this year, and it certainly wasn't wrong. Incredibly hard hitting screams mixed with melodic chorus' make songs such as their first single 'Failed Creation' have maximum impact from start to finish.

The album finishes with 'Closure', with Tommy Vext again displaying his amazing vocal abilities, and Dino's ability to play a number of different styles.

For fans of old Fear factory, or just general metal, this album has aspects from across the wide genre, combing its brutality with some of its more melodic sides to create a superb debut album. Brilliant to listen to the first, second, third, fourth or however many times you might want to listen to it. Worth buying. You can expect great things from this band in the future.
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By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 30 Aug 2007
Format: Audio CD
for five years dino cazares,the founder of fear factory,while keeping himself busy,hasnt had a band to fuel his undoubted talent since his exodus from the band he made,that stops now with divine heresy.
His new band are made up of a singer that has no experience called tommy vext and ex drummer of death metal act hate eternal,but this isnt death metal,one reviewer mentioned that this is a cross between killswitch engage,pantera and fear factory,that is exactly what i thought when i heard this,no one can really disagree.
The band are fast and furious with riffing that would rip the skin of your gums if you aint careful,vicious riffing and melodies flood this record but its heavy all the while,even a nice little ballad of sorts finds its way on here on the albums final track called 'closure'.
Crunchy riffs with violent vocals and strong sing along choruses are the order of the day here and this is catchy,foot stomping stuff with a metal edge,2007 has been blessed with some heavy stuff,you can now add this to that list and thats fact.
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By Robert Hill on 12 Sep 2007
Format: Audio CD
Cannot say enough good things about this CD.
From start to finish it delivers an aural assault upon thine ears that does not let up until the end.
As the two previous folks mentioned, it is very FF oriented , although it is far from a FF clone , let's just say you can hear the similarities in most of the songs.
This CD is already getting slagged by the typical 'cant please crowd' but don't let those Immortal fan-boys steer you away from a great American release !

You know a true veteran band by the song structures , the changes are so fast and tight it is stunning at times , it is impossible to listen to this while driving and not beat the crap out of your steering wheel trying to keep up with the insanely fast double bass.
The harmonies are a wonderful touch and that , I think is where you can really hear the FF influence.

Love it , live it , listen to it often , all in all a fantastic release !
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Format: Audio CD
Ignore any disparaging comments you may hear about this album as it's all very unfounded. This is an album laced with so many layers and genres it grips you from the 1st to the 101st listen. This isn't just about Dino Cazares either - for me, it's the relative unknown Tommy Vext (vocals) that adds the most to this potent mix - his vocals are nothing short of mindblowing. There IS a passing resemblance to Howard Jones (Killswitch Engage / Blood Has Been Shed), but he stands toe to toe with such a brilliant singer. I recommend this to all the fans of the real Fear Factory of days gone by, as well as fans who have only come to love metal via acts such as As I Lay Dying, Bullet For My Valentine and Killswitch Engage et al. Whether you're new or old school, you WILL love this album, that's a promise.
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