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  • Audio CD (August 29, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B0002IQKBI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #465,191 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Decades of Despair
2. My Suicide
3. Burn Them Alive
4. Waiting for Sundown
5. Exploding Veins
6. Sacred Flame
7. Inhuman
8. Final Hour in Hell
9. Totally Worthless
10. The Strength of Misery
11. H.B.F. Suicide [CD-ROM Track][Live]

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I say this is an absolute must buy!
Tom Servo
Full with energy and extreme adrenaline this record is a decent, passable listen but doesn't quite manage to remain memorable.
Douglas Hernandez
Carnal forge are one of the most important metal bands in the business.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tom Servo on October 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Oh my, this is impossible, they topped all their other albums! This is by far the BEST Carnal Forge CD yet! Brutal Thrash Metal played fast and aggressively. Sounds like a heavier version of older Slayer. It is absolutely amazing. Century Media is a lable known for amazing bands and release the best of the best and this is by far one of the best cds i've listened to all year. I say this is an absolute must buy!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Blaise Bailey Finnegan on September 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
okay, I wasn't expecting a followup to The More You Suffer so early, but this album is AMAZING. it's another step in their evolution from Firedemon to The More You Suffer. there's way more groove in this one, it's not quite as heavy, but it's faster than The More You Suffer, it's simpler and more like Firedemon in a lot of ways, but it has a ton of groove. basically it's a more evolved version of Firedemon. the songs are shorter again, there's 10 tracks on this album, and it's barely over 35 minutes. and that's the Carnal Forge I love. it's something I can't make myself get bored of. I've listened to it once or twice a day for the last 2 weeks, and this album still won't quit on me. the standout songs are Decades of Despair, the single released on the Century Media site for download, and The Final Hour. the next best is The Strength of Misery, it's the last track, and has the most groove and melody of any song on the album and possibly any song in their catalogue. it's too bad they lost Jonas though. I hope Jens can carry the torch and they make another wicked album after this.
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Carnal Forge formed at pretty much the exactly wrong time. They debuted ("Who's Gonna Burn") in many years ago, in 1998, although, technically speaking, they were actually born in `97. Either one of these years was during a rather unfortunate period for the band. See, the mid-to-late 1990's marked a substantial uprising in thrash metal (and old-school-esque thrash, at that). Hence, the scene became flooded with old-school thrash revitalists such as God Forbid, Shadows Fall, Burn The Priest, Dew Scented, Hatebreed, Caliban, Machine Head, Ringworm, Pig Destroyer, Soulfly, Nailbomb, Himsa, and Indestructible Noise Command (to name only a few). Granted, all of these bands are, overall, quite a bit better than Carnal Forge, and they certainly are a lot more popular, too. They do possess a few qualities that would otherwise be considered fairly distinguishable, but none of them ultimately helped their causes. For starters, they weren't the first or finest product of the Swedish speed metal circuit (The Crown and The Haunted have got `em beat.), The Crown have them beat). Next, producing a melodic death metal-influenced thrash didn't help matters at all, seeing how those were not hard to come by in the Nineties, either. (See also: At The Gates, Arch Enemy, Vomitory, In Flames, etc.) And, subsequently, there were countless groups (i.e. Hatesphere) that followed who drew so heavily from the Gothenburg playbook that it is sometimes impossible to discern the fine difference between who is actually a Swede (i.e. Hatesphere), and who isn't (Killswitch Engage). Plus, not even having black metal-tinged vocals do much in the way of innovation (Children Of Bodom, Dark Tranquility, and God Dethroned - among others - all do that.Read more ›
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I picked up an earlier Carnal Forge disc (1998's Who's Gonna Burn) and wasn't terribly impressed, but it's hard not to appreciate an album like 2004's Aren't You Dead Yet. With this album, the Swedish neo-thrashers have found a perfect balance between Slayer-inspired thrash riffs and At the Gates-style melodic death metal.

Aren't You Dead Yet is a razor sharp thrash metal album that's completely heavy, completely brutal, and wickedly fast. I don't normally go for thrash metal, as the lack of melody makes it hard to hold my interest. Carnal Forge has just enough melodic elements to keep me engaged, and the sheer violence of these songs makes their impact almost physical. You don't just listen to songs like "Burn them Alive" and "Inhuman", you get knocked down to the floor by them.

I'd definitely recommend Aren't You Dead Yet to fans of Slayer, Lamb of God, At the Gates, Dimension Zero and The Haunted. Carnal Forge will make your ears bleed with this one!

PS - I love how the inserts are die-cut in the shape of a bullet hole that lines up with the center of the CD. How cool is that?
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By David Falzano on April 18, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I used to have Carnal Forge's 1st album, & I thought it was OK. And over the years I've checked out there CDs as they were released but each one sounded still..JUST OK. But this is the 1st Carnal Forge album that finally blew me away! This CD is just non stop action from beginning to end & is easily one of the best thrash metal albums I've ever heard. What made this album different from any release I've heard from this band is simply the production is much better & the guitars just sound thicker for that really heavy sound. Well after listening to this brutal masterpiece & hearing samples from the entire album that's soon to come out from Carnal Forge, I now have high hopes for this band...& now maybe I'll check out some of the old stuff again to see if my point of view might be different. Definitely check this disc out if you love really heavy duty thrash!
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