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Bleeding Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
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Digitally remastered edition of this 1994 album from the American Death Metal band featuring new artwork and bonus multimedia material.
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A while back, a friend burnt me a copy of Bloodthirsty. To be honest I didn't find it all that good; there were four or five good songs but the rest of that album struck me as rather boring and same-sounding throughout.
I saw this in a used CD store and through my friend's persuasion, I decided to give it a chance. What I discovered was a pleasant surpised.
You see, I'm not much into death metal aside from Death, Suffocation, Cryptopsy.. but this album is quite good. Sure say what you want about the lyrics, the only point was to make it the metal equivalent of a slasher film, and can you really find an example of that better than Corpse?
The songs are well written, to the point that some are even darkly catchy. The first three songs, are good examples. The vocals are suitably guttural.
The musicianship is excellent - they can play their instruments very well, and if you think otherwise, you're a moron. (Don't argue with this - I've been playing guitar and bass for years and I know good playing when I hear it). Bassist Alex Webster is one of the best bassists in extreme music, bar none. The album sags during the second half, but even then it's decent.
I'm pretty open- minded when it comes to music. I like pretty much any form of metal or rock, except power metal which just plain sucks, emo, indo, nu metal... I love classic rock. I love hardcore. I especially love rap/hip-hop.Read more ›
But the truth is, Cannibal Corpse is and always will be a rediculous aassemblage of wasted talent. Sure, you can bang your head to it, mosh to it, whatever, but in the end it's trash. The gore-littered lyrics and cookie monster vocals only make the music less intimidating and more silly. So silly, in fact, that it might be worth getting an album of theirs just to have a laugh. Even the modern-day metal superstars System of a Down are musically and lyrically more mature than this.
If you dig this sorta music, though, I'd recommend these great extreme metal titles:
Opeth - BLACKWATER PARK
Death - SYMBOLIC
In Flames - THE JESTER RACE
Lamb of God - AS THE PALACES BURN
Most recent customer reviews
fast shipping ,so happy and arrived after the date ,thanx youPublished 11 months ago by mario st-amant
excellent death with a bonus a possessed cover The ExorcistPublished 13 months ago by Bigfanofmusic
There`s a reason this album is Cannibal Corpse`s most popular; on this one they really found the balance in their songwriting between heavy and memorable (that little thing which... Read morePublished on June 30 2006 by Killjoy
this is one of C.C's best albums! soon as i got it i couldnt stop listenin to it. heavy metal, insane guitar, increadible voice, what more could you want. Read morePublished on Jan. 25 2005
C. barne's departure with cc formed an album called "the bleeding" another word a monster of pure brutall deathmetal. Read morePublished on June 13 2004 by Josh_hxc
The Bleeding is another classic album from Cannibal Corpse, although this would be the last one they did with cookie monster style vocalist Chris Barnes. Read morePublished on May 26 2004 by Jeremy Brackeen
This band was so amazing with Chris Barnes, they are still good, but not like they were. This cd amazes me of how badass everybody is vocals, drums, bass, guitar. Read morePublished on May 22 2004 by Carina V. Tejada
I simply cannot approve of the nickname "Corpsegrinder." A person of his age and stature simply must have a more appropriate nickname such as "Mr. Read morePublished on April 16 2004