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  • Audio CD (28 April 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B0017HEX4E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 100,424 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Warheart
2. Silent Night, Bodom Night
3. Hatebreeder
4. Bed of Razorz
5. Towards Dead End
6. Black Widow
7. Wrath Within
8. Children Of Bodom
9. Downfall
10. No Commands (Bonus)
11. Aces High (Bonus)
12. Enhanced video Downfall

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By F. Camilleri on 28 Nov. 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I'm a 1980s thrash and speed metal child, and had been resisting listening to new bands. But I have been exploring other bands and recently I've stumbled on Children of Bodom. I have bought four of their albums in one fell swoop. And I'm enjoying them.

The musicianship is great, of course. Very fast, melodic and heavy. Keyboards were always a definite no-no for any 1980s self-respecting thrasher, but since listening to COB I have learnt to appreciate them in such a context: they actually make the music faster.

I'm reviewing Hatebreeder, rather than any of the other albums, because I have connected well with it: I like the pace and variety of the tracks.

If you haven't heard anything by them, I suggest checking them on You Tube: that's what tickled my fancy in the first place. Check them now. And get some CoD now.
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By Kingcrimsonprog TOP 500 REVIEWER on 8 July 2013
Format: Audio CD
Hatebreeder was the second full-length studio album by the Finnish Melodic Death Metal band Children Of Bodom. It was released in 1999, and remains one of the fan's favourite records, containing tracks that no concert would look right without.

This was back in the band's most Neoclassical sounding days, and before they added the slower grooves with 2005's "Are You Deat Yet?." The sound on this record is blistering high speed Power Metal sounding music full of virtuosic keyboard solos and dual guitar melodies, but played with the savage ferocity of a particularly nasty Thrash Band, with little touches of European Death Metal in there, and Black Metal influenced harsh vocals topping it all off. Basically, imagine At The Gates playing Helloween or Stratovarius covers and you'll get a ballpark idea.

The album has a very enjoyable clear production job (that doesn't feel overproduced) and the music and lyrics are a bit more serious and tasteful than on later Bodom records. There is nothing in the way of filler, the whole album is just track after track of savagely performed, yet entertainingly cheesy, virtuosic Metal.

Highlights include the opener `Warheart,' as well as `Downfall,' `Silent Night, Bodom Night' and `Bed Of Razors.'

Overall; if you want some speedy double kicks, lots of impressive shredding and keys and the fun parts of Power Metal played with the ferocity of Kreator, then Children Of Bodom are something you may be interested in. If you do check out and enjoy Children Of Bodom, then Hatebreeder is really worth trying. It's a succinct, consistent, high-energy blast of Bodom and I'd highly recommend it.
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Format: Audio CD
Having not heard this album for a year or so, I put it in my car CD player and had forgotten just how incredible the music is. Of course, Bodom always have been incredible and refreshing (despite their 2005 release, Are You Dead Yet, which was pretty much hit and miss). This album stands out because it is unlike other Bodom releases; thrash metal music, death metal vocals, neo-classical guitar and keyboard playing, and Alexi sounding his most evil and pissed off. The bass is crystal clear, the drumming is extremely tight, and at some points insanely fast. There's not a single bad track here - this is the perfect metal album.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "better_dead_than_never" on 14 Dec. 2001
Format: Audio CD
If like me you are sick of nu-metal bands, and the type of so called metal knocking about on MTV today then give this band a listen. A combination of Thrash, Death, Power, and black metal, COB are a top band. The Riffs are excellent and memorable, the melodys are fantastic, the guitar solos are plenty and excellent, the drums are top notch and most impressive in my opinion is the fantastic vocals. The quality of the writing is also very good as I dont think there is a single filler track on the whole CD. Check them out. Oh I almost forgot to mention the Keyboards which are also of a high standard and tastefully played, adding alot of atmosphere and never overbaring. There is also the odd Keyboard solo here and there too.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 May 2001
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this is one of the most melodic albums i have heard yet and it is a brilliant one, but although this is as melodic as it gets the amount of aggression is immense. The singing is top class screech like growling, and the guitar work is absolutely amazing not to mention the speedy double bass drumming. The good thing about melodic metla is that u know u arent going to get bored, where as death metal is kinda the opposite (not sayin death metal sux). CoB use no expensive production but still manage to sound big due to the few keyboard effects. I think there are only about3 keyboard effects which keeps the music realistic instead of turning it into a album of expensive samples. Another thing about CoB is that they have one singer, and only he sings. bands like "dimmu borgir", and "cradle of filth" (who are both good) always have unexpected backing singers, (usually women) which gets a bit annoying. CoB stick to their only singer who keeps the music original!
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By M. Toerien on 24 Aug. 2010
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Very superior melodic,symphonic Death Metal.This one and their earlier one were their best by far. GET IT NOW ! You would also like the jap band Serpent.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hedon on 26 Mar. 2008
Format: Audio CD
I was going to write a really long review for this one but i think the other reviews pretty much tell the whole story. Children of Bodom are melodic death, but not the Gothenburg sort. Musically, this straight up Euro-power metal (think Stratovarious minus the cheesy fantasy attitude) of the dizzyingly technical variety with melodic death vocals. But there's also a healthy does of melodic thrashy and 80's guitar hero solo's thrown in for good measure. The song writing abilities of this band are incrediable, as are the virtuoso performaces from Alexi Laiho and Janne Warman (great name huh?) seriously these guys are some of the best musicians in the business and there technical abilities are stunning. It is slightly over indulgent but if i was this good i would be too. i'm not writing anymore as you should just hear it for yourself and love it. This is music that i can easily loose myself in, an epic maelstrom of melody, aggression and technical ability that trully is out of this world!

My only criticism is that the song Downfall does nothing for me and i usually press off after the incrediable Children of Bodom.

This is easily their best and a metal legend. Get it
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