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Blood Run CD

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Listen10. Latch [Explicit] 2:420.99  Buy MP3 
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Dude Like Totally Harsh 23 Jun 2006
By doomsdayer520 - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Unsane have been defining underground hardcore and noise metal for a decade and a half, and if you want harsh and brutal music, they're your miscreants. (Not to mention, check out this album's reassuringly gruesome artwork, featuring a naked woman clawing her way out of a bathtub full of blood.) While maturity and experience, not to mention real musical chops, have added some variety and dynamics to the Unsane sound, they're still among the roughest, dirtiest, lowdownest moshpit dictators around. The riffs and grooves on this album are big and grueling like the best of sludge metal, but the clinical, straight-arrow drumming of Vincent Signorelli brings things back underground to the dirty heart of hardcore. As for the songs, Unsane's faster full-on assaults can be a bit interchangeable, but things get especially interesting when they slow things down a bit, to the pace of a drawn-out brutal beating, like in "Killing Time" and "Hammered Out." There is also a surprising amount of creativity and songwriting prowess in the extra-atonal "Make Them Prey" and the bass-driven aggro of "Latch." Even though Unsane are becoming hardcore veterans of the respected elder statesmen type, they can still bludgeon their listeners with more skill, experience, and downright harsh aggression than skatepunks half their age. [~doomsdayer520~]
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
They still have it...and then some. 31 May 2005
By J. Keeler - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I am knee deep into my third listen of Blood Run. The sound is clinging to the bottom of my shoes like so much offal. Disgusting, but strangely alluring! If you enjoy Occupational Hazard, you will dig this. Vinnie's drumming seems to just get better and better. This one really swings. Dave's bass, coupled with the drumming moves this one along like a renegade trucker on a meth binge. Not too fast, but it ain't going to be stopped by your flimsy road blocks and spike strips, or by the cinder block wall at the end of the road. Spencer's vocals are what you want to hear. If anything, his guitar tones are even bigger and deeper than we have heard. The production is crystalline...Tracks 3 and 5 are damn good. Cover and liner notes are suitable for an UNSANE release, and are nothing that I needed to see, but saw any way.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Pretty Strong Album 28 April 2005
By Christopher A. Kottwitz - Published on
Format: Audio CD
OK, so I'm the first to review this album...I've listened to it critically about 3 times. This album is probably hard and angry as anything they've done. And let me say that Dave Curran has the most evil, violent sounding bass setup in the world. There are some classic sounding Unsane songs and some songs that have some new elements. I like the direction the music is going. My reviews don't do the album justice. You need to sample these songs. If you don't want to read my song by song, I'll save you some time. Sample songs 3, 4, 6, and 7 and you will be sold. Overall this album is definetly worth owning, I'll go through song by song:

1) Backslide- This is a typical, classic sounding Unsane song, nothing out of the ordinary for them. It's heavy, but to me its a little draggy to open the album with. Don't get me wrong, it's good, but not a good opener. 7/10

2) Release- Another classic sounding Unsane song, on the more aggressive side. Fairly average, not outstanding. 7/10

3) Killing Time- This song is f**king awesome. Easily my favorite on the album. Great array of sounds from the guitar, The vocals sound awesome, I think its Dave and Chris both singing. Cool lyrics. Sounds a little different than anything they've done. Can't say enuff about this one. 10/10

4) Got it Down- Another great song. Pretty clean sounding, more on the Players Clubbish side. Cool lyrics. Instrumentally kickass all around. Groovy song. 10/10

5) Make them Prey- Dirtier sounding song. I don't know about this song, I'm not really digging it much. I don't like the lyrics much, maybe I'm just not getting the point. This one is probably my least favorite on the album. 5/10

6) Hammered Out- Awesome slow, grinding heavy song with pretty cool lyrics. 10/10

7) D Train- I like this one a lot. It's fast and loud...Get on the f**king Train. Turn this one up. 10/10

8) Anything- Not digging this one. It's a groovier song, decent, but not special... 6/10

9) Recovery- A good song for being this deep into the album. Cool guitar intro. Starts out kinda Rockabillyish, then turns into the classic Unsane sound we all know and love. Vocals sound really good on this one. I like it. 8/10

10) Latch- Bass guitar stands out on this song, awesome. But the rest of the sound on this song is kinda thin. Its ok, not a barnburner though. 7/10.

11) Dead Weight- Cool Lyrics, only 8 words, drags on a bit, but overall, a good song to end the album with. 7/10
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
"intense surfer metal" 13 April 2006
By kade dodson - Published on
Format: Audio CD
unsane's "bloodrun" is probably the most innovative slab of simple groove ridden chunky surfer metal out on the market today.the album is just phenominal in its power to take hold of the listener in such a way that he or she begins to feel over bearing (in a good way)bombardment of unrelentless chunky sidewinder riffage..the opening track is deffinatly my personal favorite,but the entire album as a whole is just incredible...
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Still the most brutal band... 3 May 2005
By Paul - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Unsane has managed to retain all the aggressive and relentless grit that has made all their other albums so great on this one. Blood Run does a great job of delivering the heavy distortion (on just about everything except the drums) and classic timing shifts and sludgy grooves as all their albums. It's safe to say that some new territory was explored, but nothing that detracts from the overall feel of the band. This album is proof that real scary metal isnt dependent on speed, technicality or production value, but rather the raw and undeniable aggression that makes this trio one of the hardest acts out now (or ever). This band does a good job at evoking emotions of real terror and danger unlike a lot of metal being made today that is more concerned with their clothes or hair. Unsane is the creepy guy in dirty work clothes in the corner at a hip scenster party and you gotta love em for it. Definitly pick this one up (along with the others) if you like Toadies but always thought they could use more screaming.
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