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  • Vinyl (25 Nov. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B00007DX9I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,730,148 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Agma on 17 Mar. 2011
Format: Audio CD
As well as the growling deep thunderous voice of Mr Michael akelfeldt from Opeth, never could I envisage such brutality from an album. Noticeably swedish in both this buzzing chaotic mix of rage and production. Bloodbath, carve a modern sounding episode of their own in this old school sunlight death metal, this harks back to more early Dismember than anything else with this really quite pronounced execution. These guys probably do the genre more credit than other copycats which usually miss the point by countries of miles.

Song wise "Ways to the grave, So you die, Bathe in blood, Trail of insects" stand out at some of the best cuts. Perhaps, "Mass strangulation, Death delirium" not so much so. The brutality however (and expectedly) never holds up and you are hit by these heavy compositions for the entire of the duration. If I'm going to be fussy i might say some sections of these songs lack a little direction and solidity, and similarly some riffs occasionally disappoint the listener in the very high standards that have come to be expected in this Swedish death metal genre. Simply put:- Resurrection through carnage is an all out smashing death metal workout that avoids typical generic and pointless noodling exercises. As a supergroup a delivery of such material is rather expected more so.

Bloodbath don't disappoint the shortcomings are light and don't negatively impact this extreme work of art. This is very much heavy death metal and you should revel in this sort of music to even approach this. Absolutely brutal as hell......., you have been warned!
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By Goadie on 8 Dec. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Great Album...
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As Good as Death Metal Gets 7 Sept. 2014
By J. Hill - Published on
Format: Audio CD
After their highly promising debut EP “Breeding Death,” the supergroup comprised of members of Opeth and Katatonia released their first full-length album to the delight of all who wallowed in the old-school sounds on the EP. “Resurrection” boasts such superior songwriting and execution that it could possibly be one of the best albums ever released in the death metal genre. If anything keeps it from perfection in its own right, it's the occasional obvious “homage” riffs to bands like Entombed and Dismember, which some might bluntly call straight ripping those bands off. The thing is, with Bloodbath, it seems like a celebration of their predecessors more than plagiarism. That aside, the vast majority of this album is fresh and vibrant, a work put together by true masters of their craft. The hand-in-hand highlights for me are the impossibly SICK guitar tone and Mikael Akerfeldt's devilish death metal vocals. The guitars take the buzzsaw sound from the early Swedish death metal greats and somehow makes it even more distorted, resulting in the most grinding, shredding heaviness I've ever heard in metal riffs. The perfect complement to the guitar devastation, Mikael unleashes the most unearthly growls of his career, easily matching his vocal performance on Opeth's “My Arms, Your Hearse.” With Bloodbath, however, you won't hear any clean vocals or pretty melodies. It's all about the heavy with this band. They get melodic, but more in the Entombed “Clandestine” mode than Opeth. I'm looking through the track list trying to find individual songs that are highlights, but they're all too good to single anything out. I guess if I had to pick a few favorites, I'd go with “So You Die,” “Bathe in Blood,” and “Like Fire,” but that doesn't mean those songs are any better than the rest of the album. It's that consistent and that good. If early 90's Swedish death metal is your thing, you can't skip out on Bloodbath, especially this release. I'd call this one absolutely essential.
Must own 20 Jun. 2013
By Nik - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
When this album first came out I was blown away. Now eleven years later there's not many death metal bands that would match this type of brutality and catchiness on the same disk. The original one was sweet, but the re-master is even better, cleaner, more defined and more enjoyable...(or is it my gear?) If you don't have it - you miss a lot.
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