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Nightmares Made Flesh [CD]

Bloodbath Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (27 Oct 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B001GF5KEY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,516 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cancer Of The Soul
2. Brave New Hell
3. Soul Evisceration
4. Outnumbering The Day
5. Feeding The Undead
6. Eaten
7. Bastard Son Of God
8. Year Of The Cadaver Race
9. The Ascension
10. Draped In Disease
11. Stillborn Saviour
12. Blood Vortex

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
Thank heavens, I seriously thought I'd heard the last of this truly awe-inspiring band. After two first class releases (the 'Breeding Death' EP and the full length 'Resurrection Through Carnage') I thought that might be it. After all this is just a 'side-project' for the members concerned. Well thankfully they have decided to grace us with a third offering.
So what do you get, well one of the best Death Metal records since, well since 'Resurrection Through Carnage' really. I was a little worried when I saw that Mike Åkerfeldt had been replaced with the unknown (to Me anyway) Peter Tägtgren (a perfectly amicable split, as Mike wanted to concentrate on his 'day-job' band Opeth). Well I needn't have been apprehensive. Peter does a great job and proves to be at least the equal of Mike. He perhaps doesn't have the deepness of Åkerfeldt but makes up for this with a more varied range and the sheer intensity of his performance.
Another change for the better is that the band has recruited a 'proper' drummer this time round. Dan Swanö (who has switched to guitar this time) did a perfectly adequate job on the first 2 releases but this time the material on offer required a more adroit execution. Martin "Axe" Axenrot fills this slot nicely. He's a much better Death Metal drummer with cool fills and even the odd blast beat here and there.
This time round the band has developed it's sound and presented us with a much more mature (but still very heavy and brutal) set of songs, which is a logical step forward from the relatively simple material found on the first two albums. The songs are more involved and complex with better use of pace and dynamics yet still remain full of catchy hooks and cool melodies not too mention one great riff after another.
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5.0 out of 5 stars £4:99 at ITunes! 12 Oct 2014
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This album is awesome but you can get it cheaper on iTunes for £4:99.
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars  32 reviews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Some damn fine Swedish death 25 May 2006
By A. Stutheit - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Back in 2002, when Bloodbath released their last album (their debut disc, "Resurrection Through Carnage"), the rock music scene was swarming with nu-metal bands like Limp Bizkit. Flash forward three years and the heavy music scene is now overflowing with Swedish melodeath-influenced metalcore bands like Killswitch Engage. But whether several years in the past or modern day, it's always been very refreshing to hear a new Bloodbath album. And while "Nightmares Made Flesh" may not break down any walls, it's good to know that you won't find one trace of Fred Durst-style rapping or KsE-esque soulful singing. Indeed, this five piece is a rare find nowadays: a not very melodic Swedish death metal band.

A fan might be quick to dismiss Bloodbath's new album, "Nightmares Made Flesh," because it's the band's first album without the talents of Opeth singer Mikael Akerfeldt. But most any Bloodbath/death metal fan will tell you that newcomer Peter Tagtgren does a fine job of filling in for Akerfeldt's shoes. Peter's Hellish voice sounds equally as effective and intense whether it's belting out low bellows or high, glass shattering shrieks. Plus, the rest of the band seem to great, as well. Blakkheim and Dan Swano (who was Bloodbath's former drummer) comprise the guitar duo, and they turn out many exceptional, fiery, and mighty heavy riffs. And meanwhile, newbie drummer Martin Axenrot pummels away at his trapkit with loose, thrashy precision.

"Cancer Of The Soul," which features thick, churning guitars and thunderous double bass work, is the album's fist bludgeoning. "Brave New Hell" and "Soul Evisceration" feature pounding, bulldozing riffs, mini guitar solos, and cool, shrill battle cries, making these songs worthy follow ups to the album opener. Elsewhere, "Eaten" is a slower, churning rhythm with an acoustic interlude and a few speaker-shaking bellows; "Bastard Son Of God" is full of grumbling guitars and pounding drums; "The Ascension" successfully incorporates an orchestra into the mix of blazing riffs, rapid fire drums, and ascending guitar solos; and, lastly, "Draped In Disease" is highlighted by a whiplash tempo change, as well as more scorching riffs and jackhammer double bass drumming.

So, all in all, "Nightmares Made Flesh" may not really break down any new walls, but when you consider how condensed and cliche the Swedish metal scene is today, any metalhead would tell you it's great to have Bloodbath back.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Resurrecting Death Metal's BRUTAL Aspect! 3 Jun 2005
By Mark Morton - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
It figures it would take a collaboration of some high-profile Swedes to concoct one of the most focused, vicious, and skull-splitting CDs I've heard in a VERY long time. I would be hard pressed to find a more concise, cohesive death metal effort that pierced me to the bone as much as Nightmares Made Flesh does. Consisting of Anders Nyström & Jonas Renkse from Katatonia, Martin Axenrot from Witchery, Swedish metal genius Dan Swanö and razor-throated Hypocrisy frontman Peter Tägtgren, Bloodbath could very well be the supergroup to end all supergroups. While some were skeptical about the band's future upon the departure of Opeth's Mikael Akerfeldt, Tagtgren's multi-hued howl is not just a perfect replacement, it's actually preferred! While Akerfeldt's roar gave listeners the impression of a rampaging behemoth, Tagtgren's soul-chilling howl makes each song sound as if it's being sung from the depths of the abyss. Nightmares Made Flesh is the kind of death metal CD that makes you want to forget there ever were trends in the DM scene. The album is purely devastating, with gargantuan riffage, Schuldiner-esque melodies and grooves that hearken Mordor's Uruk Hai marches from Lord of the Rings. Each song is a different level of brutal, with Swanö, Nyström, and Renkse splitting writing duties. As a whole, the album could have been Edge of Sanity's follow-up to Purgatory Afterglow had they not explored the conceptual realm of Crimson, but that is another story. You can hear traces of EoS on virtually every track, though Swanö was only responsible for four songs, including the thick-as-hell, doom-fisted "Eaten" - a brooding elegy of masochistic lust - the best song Six Feet Under never wrote. Nightmares Made Flesh is an album designed to remind fledgling metal maniacs of the rampant brutality that dominated the death metal scene prior to the over-saturation of Maiden-istic, neo-melodic, Gothenburg death/thrash and that old dogs, no matter how far they've distanced from the stale waves of metallic trend, still have some very painful tricks up their blood-soaked sleeves.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars F**k Yeah!!!!!!!!! 18 April 2005
By Brendan "Mayhem Master" Calhoun - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Bloodbath's Nightmares Made Flesh is pure, unrestrained, original death metal. To me it seems like there isn't very many bands like this anymore that can produce good original death metal but Bloodbath does it on this record. The vocals are really good and the guitars are brutally heavy creating a heavy dark death metal atmosphere. The front cover is kick a$$ too! Get this CD now if you want good death metal.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Death metal at its finest! 17 May 2009
By J. Drown - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The first song I heard from this band was Soul Evisceration, listening to Pandora. I was blown away! This is truly how death metal should be done, although I'm glad all bands don't sound like this because Bloodbath deserve to stand out in the mass of crappy metalcore and DM wannabe bands out there. Nightmares Made Flesh is reminiscent of old school death metal, which seems to be almost unheard of lately. Every song on this album is superb and they all compliment each other very well. If you are a fan of true death metal, please hit the HELPFUL button and purchase this album! You will not be disappointed.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Blood for desert! 31 July 2009
By Jack - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Killer CD here folks. Eaten is obviously a great metal song, but they are all really good on this one. LOVE the 2 demos at the end too. Breeding Death is my fav track here actually. You will not be disappointed with this one!
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