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Scream Aim Fire [Explicit]

Scream Aim Fire [Explicit]

23 Jan 2008
4.1 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews

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  • Original Release Date: 23 Jan. 2008
  • Release Date: 28 Jan. 2008
  • Label: 20-20 Entertainment LLC
  • Copyright: (P) 2008 20-20 Entertainment LLC
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  • Total Length: 52:29
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001UIIL3O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,775 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)
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Ace Thanks
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Good album!
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Great music, many thanks
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Bought and didn't work on any of my devices so not happy with seller not very good not happy because a gift
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Firstly, I can't be the only one who remembers what mainstream rock was like ten years ago - metal was often ignored and derided by the rock press who fell in love with alternative, Nu-Metal and Brit Rock. So the possibility that BFMV could sell millions of albums can only be a good thing for all metal bands and fans alike.

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).
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Having read the mixed reviews about this album i was in two minds whether to buy it however being a huge fan of their last album 'Poison', i thought why not. From the off this album is full with stunning guitar playing for their young years with monster riffs throughout much like the previous album.
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.
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I agree with this below me, i have listen to the whole album, excluding the bonus track, and it is REALLY good, some of the songs are classic bullet, and some are different, they are not bad, but if you expect this album to be completely different or classic bullet i would have to say the ratio shifts towards the more classic bullet.

The First two tracks are the weakest, eye of the storm, isnt a good song, the riffs n drums are all there, but matt's singing on this song is really annoying! scream, aim, fire is a much better song, but it isnt great, the breakdown and solo are fantastic though! i am glad that the two songs they have released are these two, coz its such a relief when you expect the rest of the album to sound like those to two, and then you listen to it, and it really ISNT!

There are some really good tracks on this album, so if your a major bullet fan, im sure you be dissapointed by the album, it's not as good as the poison, but it's still REALLY good! PLUS! you can get it for £8 from HMV, or amazon! its nothing really!
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