- Summary: Known for their loud, angry, and extreme take on metal (well, even more so than your average metal band), The Blood Brothers return with their third album in as many years.
- Record Label: Artist Direct
- Genre(s): Alternative, Metal
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The Blood Brothers pretty much have one speed: murder. This will tire even the most patient ears after about fifteen minutes, although, the album does show signs of expanded musical breadth with slower, albeit, brief melodic interludes and unconventional instrumentation (xylophones, toy pianos).
zackhSep 27, 2003The best album i have ever heard. I now own every cd by the blood brothers. Buy this record
TylerJJun 22, 2003This is definitly an album that defies all classifications. It throws punk, hardcore, reggae, samba, and anything you else you can think of into a cauldron and lets it simmer to the listener's delite. … Expand
johnwFeb 5, 2006fuck crimes
RobDec 22, 2003This is the best CD I own. Not one bad thing to say about this CD. This is how real "hardcore"or "punk", or whatever you wanna call should be done.
HollowaxisJun 28, 2005This band sounds like that part of American History X where the dude bites the pavement. You dont want to look, but you know that if you miss it you wont be able to hold intelligent conversation with a film fan ever again. If you like music of any guitar and drums based variety this album should scream, tear and maul its way into your collection. This is massivley hardcore music performed with sould and real feeling. So many bands pretend to be harder than they are but with no compromise Blood Brothers deliver spine cracking songs on after the other. Buy this album. You might be scared at first, shocked or even horrified. Its not run of the mill angry metal fodder but is miles and miles ahead of anything else that is going on. Love this band. Please.… Collapse
JustinB.Sep 25, 2007An album with this type of music can not sound better than what the blood brothers did with 'burn piano island, burn."
QuelfMongerApr 24, 2003Even the open minded will want to throw this CD out of the window and run for their dear little lives. I hung in there for the most part, and had a good laugh or two, but in the end, this album fails to leave a mark (or should I say: skidmark) on the map. Does it rock? Dear God yes. And if "Rawkin'" is your sole criteria in buying music, look no further, you have found it. This album rocks so hard that my mind is still numb from the experience. But the album ultimately fails from a lack of variety in songs. Quite simply, every song sounds the same, and the end result is 40 minutes of hammering on your skull. It is headache inducing dribble. Avoid it. If you're looking to shock the bleep out of your friends, this CD would work, but may I suggest: "MC HellSh**". Now, THAT'S entertainment.… Expand
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