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No Time To Bleed (Limited Edition) Special Edition


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Suicide Silence

Mitch Lucker - Vocals
Chris Garza - Rhythm Guitar
Mark Heylmun - Lead Guitar
Alex Lopez - Drums
Dan Kenny - Bass

From the inception of what would be defined as "heavy metal" and the subsequent strains of what has become the most vital and visceral brand of music on the planet, there have been innovators who have moved things forward with urgent ... Read more in Amazon's Suicide Silence Store

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No Time To Bleed (Limited Edition) + The Cleansing + The Black Crown
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Product details

  • Audio CD (6 July 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Special Edition
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B0029WT44K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 287,828 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Wake Up
2. Lifted
3. Smoke
4. Something Invisible
5. No Time to Bleed
6. Suffer
7. ...And Then She Bled
8. Wasted
9. Your Creations
10. Genocide
11. Disengage
12. Misleading Milligrams

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A. Hughes on 27 Mar. 2010
Format: Audio CD
A certain amount of hype seems to have surrounded Suicide Silence since their first album The Cleansing (2007) debuted at number 94 on America's national album chart, the Billboard Top 200. An admirable feat indeed for a death metal band and for this much maligned subgenre called deathcore. Maligned, it would seem mainly in the eyes of death metal purists, I may add. Perhaps as a result of this publicity No Time to Bleed (2009) their second full length debuted at number 32 on the aforementioned album chart. So with the numbers game dispensed with, is the music any good or is their heady album sales just the result of mosh crazy, middle class American teenagers getting a bit carried away?

Well, as much I would prefer to show a certain disdain for these young upstarts, I'm afraid the music here is just formidable and of a very high standard indeed. While the band (in interviews at least) seem to want to distance themselves from the deathcore tag it is surely a retrograde step because, in this reviewers opinion, their music just typifies how quality deathcore should be played, and surely establishes them as ahead of the chasing pack in this genre. Indeed a parallel can be drawn with another much hyped deathcore act; Oceano, who while they are no doubt sonically brutal, lack the musical dexterity and creativeness that Suicide Silence possess on this album. And what of the album as a whole then?

While this music is not to everyone's taste and its sheer abrasiveness is well removed from the more structured dynamics of traditional death metal, this album is just skull crushing and harsh in the extreme. Most tracks comprise of rapid, precise tempo changes in both riffs and percussion which is a hallmark of this genre.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By alb on 17 July 2009
Format: Audio CD
I didn't think they could actually beat thier last album 'The Cleansing' which was full of memoriable breakdowns, good old guitar chugging, and of course the sing-along lyrics that we all love. That's not to say this album doesn't have those, but this is definatly a great stage of progression for Suicide Silence, they've tried so hard to move out of the 'Deathcore' scene and have created an album that might just allow them to do so.
There are certain tracks on this album that stand out more than others, such as the first song 'Wake Up'. I've seen them play this song live a couple times and it's bloody brilliant, the vocals sound inhumane. Other standout songs for me on this album are 'Smoke', 'Genocide', 'Disengage' and the super freaky interlude '...And The She Bled', which is basically a 911 call with a girl screaming for help down the phone while getting the best of Suicide Silence's instrumental. If you buy this special edition cd you get a bonus track 'Misleading Milagrams' which to me stands out pretty well to alot of the others.
Suicide Silence are indeed ahead of thier game, yet they will never be fully rid of the so called 'Deathcore' scene that they wish for so bad...nevermind though, the music is insane and brutal. Let's keep it that way.

Catch these guys with Devildriver in October, it's going to be one awsome gig!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard Butterwhistle on 8 Jan. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Brutal, fast and heavy.
Mitch Lucker's Highs are incredible, and so are his lows.

He will be missed by all in the metal community.

His death will only serve to make each of his records more essential than they were before the tragedy.
Such a good band...
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i was personally bowled over with the previous album and all its memorable riffs, but this album has increased the technicality but on the other hand the songs on the album suffer quite alot after half way, with the album trailing off near the end, leaving the listener saying, 1st half was ace, but what happened with the second half
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