Scream Aim Fire [CD + DVD] CD+DVD
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Technically the album is brilliant - amazing guitar work and drumming with a very good production. But 'Scream Aim Fire' does sometimes sound a little too similar to Trivium. This is not the worst thing in the world but is basically just repeating the formula of combining the sounds and styles of vintage Metallica, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. And while some of the riffing is truly inspired, one or two of the songs do start to sound a bit laboured in places. Maybe a more sustained aggressive vocal style would have actually helped to prevent this from happening, as the lyrics and vocals are the weakest part of this album. The lyrics are best described as cliched, even a little embarrassing sometimes. Matt Tuck's vocals are not the strongest and can let the songs down (as I've mentioned previously), Howard Jones (of Killswitch Engage) and Burton C. Bell (of Fear Factory) have shown how to combine melody and aggression within the same song, something that Tuck has yet to completely master. But in my opinion even the mighty James Hetfield struggled at times on the first two Metallica albums.
'Scream Aim Fire' is relatively commercial, but without ever sounding like selling out. While this appraoch to the album may not appeal to everyone there is certainly enough here to interest fans of bands such as Machine Head, Killswitch Engage, Megadeth, Funeral For A Friend and possibly even My Chemical Romance (although this is by no means an 'emo' album).Read more ›
The drumming is equally superb and together with the standard BFMV screaming vocals this is a truly excellent album, the more you listen to it the better it gets.
I'm a fan of all metal bands so long as its structured and not just a mish-mash of noise, Scream Aim Fire has been very well written and is full to the brim with outstanding guitar work from Padge and is worthy of the 5 star rating.
You'll be humming 'Heart Bursts...' for the rest of the day.
A must buy for Bullet fans and newbies alike.
Well being the wrong side of 40 like my contemporary heroes Steve Harris, James Hetfield, Geoff Tate and others of my generation I was wondering what I was letting myself in for - one spin and bin?? Or....
Suffice to say it had me jumping around the room like a spotty teenager overdosing on Red Bull. I won't be putting this in the car stereo... I'll end up with a ban for speeding before I leave my home town.
Yup, some of it is a bit corny (get the lighters out),some big cheesy 80's style riffs, a few Maiden throwaways (gotta love them triples) and the "death" vocals don't really do it for me either, but as they say: "when in Rome..."
These are minor gripes in the grand scheme of things. This does more for me than the latest offerings from MM or NIN which I bought at the same time.
Given the choice I'd say 4.5 stars. Certainly good enough for me to order the other albums.
Bottom line: Worth every penny.
Some people have critisised Matt Tucks voice in this album, well OK he did have throat problems, but his voice doesn't really sound as bad as some say. I'd say his voice does sound a bit deeper and rougher, but this goes well with their new style in my opinion.
Each of the songs on this album are fantastic:
1. SCREAM AIM FIRE- A great opener that really sets the tone for the album and gets you ready for the chaos that you're about to hear.
2. EYE OF THE STORM - Just listen to those riffs at the start, and then wait and get blown away by the guitar solo at around 2 mins 30.
3. HEARTS BURST INTO FIRE - A quieter song with another killer opening riff and great lyrics giving it an anthemic feel. I can imagine this one being good played live
4. WAKING THE DEMON - A heavy track with powerful shredding guitars and screaming vocals. But it also has a really melodic chorus to top it off. One of my fave tracks.
5. DISAPPEAR - Another belter of a song, kind of like this albums equivalent to 'suffocating under words of sorrow'
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With the album itself there's no problem it is an amazing album from an amazing band but the way that its been packed is just unacceptable. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Szilveszter Varga