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Found In The Flood

23 Aug 2005 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 23 Aug 2005
  • Label: Vagrant
  • Copyright: 2005 Vagrant Records
  • Total Length: 1:10:45
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  • ASIN: B003RHO2MU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 159,197 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By I. Lehnert on 18 Oct 2005
Format: Audio CD
In these days, the traditional vision of a 'hardcore' band is a group of tough looking, tattooed men screaming about social revolution, or, even worse, GIRLS *GASP*. They're charictarised by albums that show hardly any songwriting progression or any intention of challenging the listener. So The Bled are a rare commodity in that with this, their second album, they've decided to challenge their listener, to take them on a musical journey, and have done so without sacrificing one inch of the bloody forcefulness that made 2003's 'Pass The Flask' such a thrilling album.

For a start, frontman James Munoz sings a lot more. A bit of a turn off for the scream lovers, but for the rest of us it's a chance to see a great lyricist make songs come alive a little more. He's especially prominent on 'Antarctica', which gently washes over the listener like a wave before slowly building up to an effective but not crushing conclusion. Elsewhere, The Bled have honed their technical chops and created songs of spectacular technical hardcore in the shape of 'Guttershark', 'She Calls Home' and the stunning closer, 'I Dont Keep With Liars Anymore.' The latter especially displays Munoz's hallowed scream as he shouts "shut your mouth and pay the rent."

The Bled are a little more restrained, and are in a transition period it seems. With 'Found In The Flood', they took on the task of writing a well-paced album that doesnt compromise with a radio tune, but instead tries to do something a little different with heavy music. It's a roaring success from start to finish, it must be said, so praise The Bled for doing something different, and revel in one of the albums of the year. Again!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dazzy Fresh on 30 Aug 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Bled's debut album 'Pass The Flask' is one of my favorite records of all time, so my expectation for this was very high. I was not disappointed. This release shows the band going further out than before, embracing progressive elements and beautiful, introspective melodies and combining this with brutal hardcore. Essentially, the band have taken what they achieved with the standout track from their debut, 'Porcelain Hearts And Hammers For Teeth', and created a body of work based around that songs amazing blend of light and dark. What is also noticeable is a more mature approach to some songs, giving them a proper structure but allowing them to retain the intensity that sets The Bled apart from their peers.
In short, this album is fantastic and anyone with even a passing interest in modern heavy music should be buying it. With 'Found In The Flood', The Bled have created an album of depth and subtlety fused with brutality that shows why they are one of the best hardcore acts around
Standout tracks: Antarctica, The Last American Cowboy
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 1 Mar 2006
Format: Audio CD
the bleds debut album pass the flask was a frantic blur of anger,vitirol and bite and of course swagger and arrogance,the power of the song 'i never met another gemini' could not be ignored on that album but here we are and its their second debut and something has changed but it aint a bad change.
the band sound more mature,i do hate that word when describing music but they just do,its a better written album ,it isnt as fast and hectic and spazzed out as their previous album,the songs on this may not have the same bite but it is still screamcore to an extent but even more clean vocals are on show and the element is very much on well written songs,the chorus in the song 'My Assassin' is sensational,all in all its a cracking album ,simply superb if the truth be told
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