Children of Bodom has gone from being `an amazing band from Finland' to a household name in the metal scene. Even more technical and more unforgiving than any of CoB's earlier albums, Blooddrunk exposes the raw side of Alexi Laiho. After the release of five studio albums, two live albums, three DVDs and various singles and EPs, the band entered a studios in the middle of the woods of Hollola, Finland to record Blooddrunk, a killer nine track album showcasing CoB at their heaviest and hardest yet. Not surprising, given the intensity, quality of material and flawless execution. No mercy given, no easy routes chosen, the album is pure death, terror and murder from start to finish.