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Following the brilliant and brutal "Unblessing The Purity", Sweden's finest exponents of Death Metal return with their latest studio opus, "The Fathomless Mastery".
Featuring Opeth's Mikael Åkerfeldt and Martin 'Axe' Axenrot, Katatonia's Anders Nyström and Jonas Renkse, and Per 'Sodomizer' Eriksson (ex-21 Lucifers, ex-Genocrush Ferox), the band's current line-up represents the elite of the Swedish Metal scene.
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I find that kind of work ethic in metal music composers to be absolutely amazing. There are some great American metal bands, but these European fellows seem to have nothing else better to do than make us some great music, and I am really appreciative of that.
As I said in the review title, this is Mikael Akerfeldt's (Opeth) alter ego. In his other band he attempts to make death metal into something beautifully progressive, and he achieves that wonderfully. Opeth has created some of the finest music I've ever heard.
So, what's with Bloodbath? Well, they are also death metal, but the complete opposite of Opeth in what they do. The songs are much shorter, the direction is far more brutal and tense. The metal, is well, more metal.
The Fathomless Mastery seems to be an effort in blasphemy as well. It seems deliberately opposed, at least as an album concept, to anything Christian. How metal, right?
Metal fans who enjoy brutal riffs and fast paced style will fully enjoy this album. Anyone who loves Slayer will thoroughly enjoy Bloodbath, who I think is really better.
The album dives right into a frenetic pace and never lets up. It speeds through like a freight train.
In the end, after being sonically bludgeoned... One can only ask themselves: "What have you done with your life?"
I'm a fan of Katatonia. Huge fan. Jonas Renske is one of the guitarists in Bloodbath, and I thought "Well, he has great taste for his main band... lets give this one a try."
When I heard these guys were 'traditional' death metal (as defined as CC, or MA) I was like... eh... not sure.
But this album is absolutely perfect. This is the band that Job for a Cowboy WANTS to be--but never will. This sounds NOTHING like Katatonia--not that I was expecting that--but Renske's leads are just as haunting on this as they are for Katatonia... in fact its a little more ominous with the brutal churning the other guys bring into the mix.
The only other cd in the past 3 years in the "classic death metal" category that I've liked was All Shall Perish's "The Price of All Existence."
You might hate me for slamming on some death metal classics, but don't let that stop you from buying this disc. Oh, it's not supposed to be available until 10/28/08 but they haven't blocked the mp3 downloads and I've been listening to it since 10/5.
EDIT: Replace "Renske" with Blackheim. I was recently informed that Renske only played bass in bloodbath too.