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Elvis Presley. Metallica. Muhammed Ali. Johnny Cash. Mercyful Fate. What do they have in common? Not a damn thing, you might think. But think again. Because all those people have changed the world in their own unique way. They’re all rebels. They’re all outlaws.

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  • Audio CD (April 4, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music
  • ASIN: B007PKDW44
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (205 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,626 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Great Danish Band, Great unique sound, great music.
Jennifer M
Can't wait to see 'em live...Count on these guys being around for a long time.
Lisa Nilsen
I highly recommend this CD to anyone who likes harder alternative music.
Deb Goin

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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Jack Treese on September 15, 2010
Ah, Volbeat. I remembered I had no idea who these guys were until I had seen them with Lamb of God and Metallica back in November of 2009. Immediately after the show, Volbeat had earned themselves a hardcore fan of sorts. I now have each of their albums, and not a single ounce of regret comes with it. This past week, their newest album dropped on us.

Not only is it probably their best record, but it's probably one of the best hard rock/metal albums of the year.

For those of you who follow Volbeat's story-telling, this album is a sequel to Guitar Gangsters and Cadillac Blood. For the rest of us, it's just another album of pure awesomeness. No weird intros to build up into it, the album takes off with the energetic "Mirror and the Ripper". With this album, it's clear that Volbeat take a lot of different ideas from the rock spectrum for use on this album. "Who They Are" is sort of reminiscent of Slayer in the beginning of the song, "Fallen" takes a Foo Fighters 'Everlong' approach but doesn't come off as copycatty. Then the album begins to get hard and heavy. "7 Shots" will surely be appreciated by old school thrash fans, old and new. "16 Dollars" is a punk-rock throw-down of its own.

However, if you're a metal-head like me, then you'll probably absolutely fall in love with "Evelyn", a very catchy song that features the vocal talents of Mark "Barney" Greenway from Napalm Death. While a questionable choice, it happens to fit perfectly in place, so it's alright. Fans of Volbeat will deeply appreciate hearing "Thanks".

Matter of fact, there's only one thing I don't like about the album and even so it's a mild complaint compared to the problems with a lot of newer hard rock albums...
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Explorator on September 18, 2010
It is with immense relief that I can say after listening to the new Volbeat album for the second time...it actually EXCEEDED my expectations and emerges as possibly their best album so far! It's really exciting when the newest album from a band is this good because it makes you wonder if they've even reached their peak yet. 'Mirror and the Reaper' is a great opener and immediately sets the tone for the astonishing tour through musical bliss you are undertaking. Ripping right along you will witness track after track of sheer energetic / melodic mastery, including the unforgettable 'Fallen', the ripping thrasher '7 Shots' and the melodic / haunting "Evelyn" with its occasional shocking and awesome death metal vocal bursts. 'Being 1' is an ultra-melodic romp that sounds like a hit single ready for radio play, while 'Heaven Nor Hell' features some of the meanest harmonica playing you'll ever hear before breaking into a 50s style groove fest complete with razor edge guitars and rockabilly lust in overdrive! While many bands tend to put their best songs toward the beginning of their albums Volbeat ends this modern classic album with possibly their best song yet - 'Thanks' is my favorite track on the album (a barroom anthem if ever there was one) because it's the one that's been playing over and over in my mind the most.

Volbeat's uncanny ability to clearly pay homage to their influences without sounding like a shameless rip-off of those influences is simply amazing. It is a VERY fine line to walk and this band does it with a rare combination of confidence, grace and honor.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By B.S.M. on November 9, 2010
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The only real way to describe Volbeat is that they are a combination of Master of Puppets era Metallica, Social Distortion, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley...sort of. They're great and they continually put out great music. If you're a rock fan, a metal fan, or both-Volbeat is your band. I think Rock the Rebel/Metal the Devil is still their best work, but Beyond Hell/Above Heaven is still a great friggin album!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Explorator on November 28, 2010
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It is with immense relief that I can say after listening to the new Volbeat album for the second time...it actually EXCEEDED my expectations and emerges as possibly their best album so far! It's really exciting when the newest album from a band is this good because it makes you wonder if they've even reached their peak yet. 'Mirror and the Reaper' is a great opener and immediately sets the tone for the astonishing tour through musical bliss you are undertaking. Ripping right along you will witness track after track of sheer energetic / melodic mastery, including the unforgettable 'Fallen', the ripping thrasher '7 Shots' and the melodic / haunting "Evelyn" with its occasional shocking and awesome death metal vocal bursts. 'Being 1' is an ultra-melodic romp that sounds like a hit single ready for radio play, while 'Heaven Nor Hell' features some of the meanest harmonica playing you'll ever hear before breaking into a 50s style groove fest complete with razor edge guitars and rockabilly lust in overdrive! While many bands tend to put their best songs toward the beginning of their albums Volbeat ends this modern classic album with possibly their best song yet - 'Thanks' is my favorite track on the album (a barroom anthem if ever there was one) because it's the one that's been playing over and over in my mind the most.

Volbeat's uncanny ability to clearly pay homage to their influences without sounding like a shameless rip-off of those influences is simply amazing. It is a VERY fine line to walk and this band does it with a rare combination of confidence, grace and honor.
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