Breeding Death/Resurrection Through Carnage
10/15/2003 - Review by: Anthony Burke
It's not to shabby on the artwork
Bloodbath - Breeding Death/Resurrection Through Carnage 2000 Century Media - Reviewed by IcedMojo
Now, the EP shows remnants of older Morbid Angel as well as classic Opeth. So, needless to say, Breeding Death is a fantastic release. Great vocals with even better musicianship and speed. A modern death metal album mixed with the great ability of yesteryear.
If they could have kept this up, maybe they could have had something, but then they fucked it all up and released Resurrection Through Carnage. It's my inexpert opinion that this album is the worst piece of shit I have heard in a while. Imagine the shit Cannibal Corpse has put out as of late and well, even that may be better than this. I mean, the vocals of Mikael Åkerfeldt leave a lot to be desired. And would someone please tell me what happened to Anders Nyström and Jonas Renkse?
The guitar/bass work and riffs of Breeding Death complimented each other so much and were amazing, then on Resurrection, well, it sounds like one big duel between them. What happened to the talent and good things I expected? Was it a fluke? Maybe they should re-release the album and title it “Resurrect our careers after this car wreck”. The best thing I can say about them after hearing the full length album is, that it's not to shabby on the artwork.
Just please, no more!
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