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Release date: 27 September 2004
Style: Death metal

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01. Cancer Of The Soul
02. Brave New Hell
03. Soul Evisceration
04. Outnumbering The Day
05. Feeding The Undead
06. Eaten
07. Bastard Son Of God
08. Year Of The Cadaver Race
09. The Ascension
10. Draped In Disease
11. Stillborn Saviour
12. Blood Vortex
13. Breeding Death [demo] [bonus]
14. Omnious Bloodvomit [demo] [bonus]

Review
Lyrics (12)


Line-up
Peter Tägtgren - vocals
Dan Erland Swanö - guitars, drums
Anders "Blakkheim" Nyström - guitars
Martin "Axe" Axenrot - drums
Jonas Renkse - bass

Guest musicians
Simon Solomon - guitars

Staff review by
Undercraft

Rating:
8.0
Some line-up changes in the new Bloodbath album, Mikael Akerfeldt (Opeth) handed over the vocal duties to Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy), Dan Swanö left the drums and picked up the guitars, and recorded the sophomore effort of this all-star Death Metal band, entitled Nightmares Made Flesh.

The thing that always intrigued me about this band was how come these talented and well-known musicians got to make typical Death Metal? I mean, If you put 4 geniuses in one room, you wont expect that they will come up with something as typical as Bloodbath right? But they did, first class Death Metal that's it, but sadly no innovations, no new stuff here, just Death Metal.

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published 15.12.2004 | Comments (7)

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psykometal - 26.03.2014 at 02:41  
 
Written by God Buster 鬼 on 24.03.2014 at 10:53

2) If you think Bloodbath are experimental then I'm assuming either you haven't listened extensively to the genre...
- Ya...I started listening Metal yesterday.

He meant the genre of Experimental metal, not metal in general.
!J.O.O.E.! - 26.03.2014 at 02:42  
 
Written by psykometal on 26.03.2014 at 02:41

He meant the genre of Experimental metal, not metal in general.

Actually I think he meant death metal =P I'm not sure experimental is a genre...
psykometal - 26.03.2014 at 02:53  
 
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 26.03.2014 at 02:42

Actually I think he meant death metal =P I'm not sure experimental is a genre...

It's not, technically, but in that situation I'd say it was probably easier just to refer to it as a genre. But I'll admit, could be wrong, he may have meant death metal now that you mention it.

But it seems we both agree he wasn't calling the guy a complete metal newb, as he has taken it.

(And then Troy is going to come in and make us both look like idiots by admitting that he was inferring the guy is a complete metal newb. )
!J.O.O.E.! - 26.03.2014 at 03:02  
 
Written by psykometal on 26.03.2014 at 02:53

It's not, technically, but in that situation I'd say it was probably easier just to refer to it as a genre. But I'll admit, could be wrong, he may have meant death metal now that you mention it.

But it seems we both agree he wasn't calling the guy a complete metal newb, as he has taken it.

(And then Troy is going to come in and make us both look like idiots by admitting that he was inferring the guy is a complete metal newb. )

Probably

Well he's not a newb, but he has picked up some very odd perspectives along the way.
deadone - 26.03.2014 at 03:07  
Rating: 7
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 26.03.2014 at 03:02

Probably

Well he's not a newb, but he has picked up some very odd perspectives along the way.



Haven't we all?
!J.O.O.E.! - 26.03.2014 at 03:18  
 
Written by deadone on 26.03.2014 at 03:07

Haven't we all?

I'm sure everyone picks up the odd idiosyncrasy here and there, but few people go around calling Bloodbath experimental and Black Sabbath overrated
deadone - 26.03.2014 at 03:27  
Rating: 7
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 26.03.2014 at 03:18

Written by deadone on 26.03.2014 at 03:07

Haven't we all?

I'm sure everyone picks up the odd idiosyncrasy here and there, but few people go around calling Bloodbath experimental and Black Sabbath overrated


That's a good point.

Bloodbath is only experimental if you missed the whole DM thing from 1987 - whenever the first Bloodbath album was released.

And Sabbath is only "over rated" if....well I can't come up with an "if."
Troy Killjoy - 27.03.2014 at 02:06  
 
Written by psykometal on 26.03.2014 at 02:53
(And then Troy is going to come in and make us both look like idiots by admitting that he was inferring the guy is a complete metal newb. )

Ya I only meant that he must not have listened to a lot of death metal if he thinks Bloodbath are experimental, but on a bigger scale Bloodbath are even less experimental when taking into account all of the avant-garde and other weird styles of metal that exist.

I don't really think I'd refer to anyone as a newb; everyone gets to where they're going at different paces. This guy may have started the journey a little later than some of us but that doesn't mean his ideas aren't worth discussing. (Not that I'm saying you implied that, just kind of rambling right now.)
psykometal - 27.03.2014 at 02:10  
 
Written by Troy Killjoy on 27.03.2014 at 02:06

*Post that doesn't make me and Joe look like idiots*

I liked it better when I thought you were going to make me and Joe look like idiots.
Troy Killjoy - 27.03.2014 at 02:15  
 
Written by psykometal on 27.03.2014 at 02:10
I liked it better when I thought you were going to make me and Joe look like idiots.

Eh, I try not to make people look bad if I can, not that I think either of you were exactly primed for roasting.
Stunning Cactus - 02.06.2014 at 08:38  
  Brutal as fuck.
danielllewis - 25.03.2015 at 08:11  
Rating: 9 Am I the only one who thinks Eaten is the worst song on the album? I'd honestly give it a 10 if that song was excluded. That being said I still love it. Peter's vocals on here are some of the most terrifying I've ever heard, just a savage.
deadone - 26.03.2015 at 00:46  
Rating: 7 Eaten is fucking awesome! Love that song. Awesome riffs, awesome grooves, awesome heaviness, stupidly catchy and awesomely fucked up lyrics.
Fearmeister - 26.03.2015 at 01:46  
Rating: 8
Written by deadone on 26.03.2015 at 00:46

Eaten is fucking awesome! Love that song. Awesome riffs, awesome grooves, awesome heaviness, stupidly catchy and awesomely fucked up lyrics.


That's a lot of praise for a 7 :3
deadone - 26.03.2015 at 01:51  
Rating: 7
Written by Fearmeister on 26.03.2015 at 01:46

Written by deadone on 26.03.2015 at 00:46

Eaten is fucking awesome! Love that song. Awesome riffs, awesome grooves, awesome heaviness, stupidly catchy and awesomely fucked up lyrics.


That's a lot of praise for a 7 :3



Lot's of praise for a single song that is IMO the highlight of the album. Just cause one song is phenomenal doesn't mean all the others are too. The song is a 10 but the rest of the album is some 6s, quite a few 7s and the odd 8.

One song doesn't make an album.
Lit. - 26.03.2015 at 02:47  
 
Written by danielllewis on 25.03.2015 at 08:11

Am I the only one who thinks Eaten is the worst song on the album? I'd honestly give it a 10 if that song was excluded. That being said I still love it. Peter's vocals on here are some of the most terrifying I've ever heard, just a savage.

I gotta agree. While catchy, I never cared for Eaten (though the subject behind the song is morbidly fascinating). It's not bad, but not as good compared to many of the other songs on the album, like Brave New Hell, Year Of The Cadaver Race, Blood Vortex, etc.
danielllewis - 26.03.2015 at 20:12  
Rating: 9
Written by Lit. on 26.03.2015 at 02:47

Written by danielllewis on 25.03.2015 at 08:11

Am I the only one who thinks Eaten is the worst song on the album? I'd honestly give it a 10 if that song was excluded. That being said I still love it. Peter's vocals on here are some of the most terrifying I've ever heard, just a savage.

I gotta agree. While catchy, I never cared for Eaten (though the subject behind the song is morbidly fascinating). It's not bad, but not as good compared to many of the other songs on the album, like Brave New Hell, Year Of The Cadaver Race, Blood Vortex, etc.

Maybe I should go back and re-read the lyrics, because I don't know that I ever understood the subject matter haha. You're right though, it's not a bad song, I've just always found it to be nowhere near as good as the rest of the material on the album. The ascension is my favourite on there I think.

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