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  • Audio CD (January 13, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Roadrunner UK
  • ASIN: B000S6EU8Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #614,449 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Bleed the Fifth
2. Failed Creation
3. This Threat Is Real
4. Impossible Is Nothing
5. Savior Self
6. Rise of the Scorned
7. False Gospel
8. Soul Decoded (Now and Forever)
9. Royal Blood Heresy
10. Closure
Disc: 2
1. Circle of Demons
2. Business Suits and Combat Boots
3. Shoeshine for Neptune
4. Bleed the Fifth
5. Bludgeoned to Death
6. Big Timber
7. Angels of Debauchery [Demo Version]

Editorial Reviews

Dino Cazares, il fondatore dei Fear Factory e dei Brujeria, è tornato!!! Ed ecco a voi i Divine Heresy e il loro debut album "Bleed The Fifth", prodotto da Dirty Icon, un duo composto da Logan Mader (ex Machine Head e Soulfly) e Lucas Banker. Accompagnato dal batterista dei Vital Remains/Hate Eternal, Tim Yeung e dal cantante Tommy Vext, Cazares dimostra che i Divine Heresy non sono semplicemente l'ennesima band passatempo di un grande chitarrista del passato. Sono il fuoco di tutte le intenzioni e discussioni di Cazares.1. Bleed The Fifth 2. Failed Creation 3. This Threat Is Real4. Impossible Is Nothing5. Savior Self 6. Rise Of The Scorned7. False Gospel 8. Soul Decoded (Now And Forever) 9. Royal Blood Heresy10. Closure

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Please read on for my song ratings.
Jeremy Brackeen
I myself am a HUGE Fear Factory fan and was saddened when they had the nerve to reform without Dino.
El Pablito Grande
Great guitars, great drums, great bass, and great vocals.
Dee-Es

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By nvcameron on August 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Fear Factory fans rejoice, Dino Cazares is back with a vengence. "Bleed the Fifth" sounds like the follow-up to "Digimortal" but with less synths & 100x more aggressive. No need for imitation this is the real deal. Fast,brutal,melodic,stunning. Dino has put together a killer group:Tim Yeungs drumming is simply insane & Tommy Vext voice is in fantastic form. Dino even throws in a little guitar solo. Heres one of the best metal albums of 2007. My only complaint is that I wish it was about a song or two longer but there is a bonus song "Purity Defiled" on the Japanese import which im going to hunt down. Overall: The best album Fear Factory never made. Superb!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scott Hedegard on February 20, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Dino Cazares was unceremoniously dumped from Fear Factory a few years back, and except for a few side projects we didn't hear from FF's guitar machine that sculpted and defined the industrial metal his band became famous for. Fear Factory's two post-Cazares' efforts, "Archtype" and "Transgression" are still worthy CD's, but Dino's brutal rhythm attack is missed.
Not so on Divine Heresy's "Bleed The Fifth", one of the most punishing, brutal and unrelentless metal slabs to rip apart stereo speakers in quite some time. So unforgiving is this disc a bit of a breather could have been welcome to add a tad of atmosphere to the mix. That's a minor point though. Divine Heresy have announced to the metal world they will not take prisoners nor will they show mercy for any contemporaries, including Fear Factory.
Additionally, we get to hear some lead work from Dino, who eschewed solos in FF for the overall song. He proves to be a fiery lead guitarist and deserves more solo time. Consider this to be the shot across the bow - the competition better get to Gold's Gym, especially drummers, and work out, because this is metal on a super-human scale.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Todd A. Fries on September 6, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Cannot say enough good things about this CD.
From start to finish it delivers an aural assault upon thine ears that does not let up until the end.
As the two previous folks mentioned, it is very FF oriented , although it is far from a FF clone , let's just say you can hear the similarities in most of the songs.
This CD is already getting slagged by the typical 'cant please crowd' but don't let those Immortal fan-boys steer you away from a great American release !

You know a true veteran band by the song structures , the changes are so fast and tight it is stunning at times , it is impossible to listen to this while driving and not beat the crap out of your steering wheel trying to keep up with the insanely fast double bass.
The harmonies are a wonderful touch and that , I think is where you can really hear the FF influence.

Love it , live it , listen to it often , all in all a fantastic release !
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Joel Israel on October 1, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I picked up Divine Heresy's debut release after reading some good reviews, and I am certainly not disappointed. I had heard of the guitar player, formerly of the band Fear Factory, which oddly enough I had never heard, though I have been a huge metal fan for many years... after hearing this very solid release, I am a believer.

One of the more addictive and solid metal releases this year, Divine excel at playing very intense, brutal metal featuring machine-like rhythmic intensity and some ungodly talented, super-tight rhythmic interplay between the drummer and guitarist Dino Cazares. The way these two play off each other has to be heard to be believed....very heavy jackhammer-style riffing from hell with some very cool time signature "tricks" on occasion. The vocals are varied, (death-style, melodic, and harsh Hetfield-style), but always very good. This is what it would sound like if you combined Pantera, Killswitch Engage and Meshuggah. Only a way to describe it, though, as Divine Heresy do have a unique and very heavy sound. Heres to the next album, dudes!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Falzano on August 31, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Since Dino Cazares was dismissed from Fear Factory I always wondered if he would ever return to the top or would he disappear into obscurity. Well if this release is supposed to be his big push back into the metal scene (though he never left) then this might well do it! I would have to agree with the reviewer before me that this CD is definitely the CD that Fear Factory never made! Ok, so there are definite similarities to anything Fear Factory has done with their first few albums, but that just goes to show you how Dino was in fact, the drive of Fear Factory & what brought them to greatness. So basically the bottom line is if you like anything Dino has done in the past with his old band or you just like straight up brutal metal mixed with some layers of harmony to keep you coming back for more, then check this out!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Brackeen on April 23, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The first time I heard Divine Heresy, I listened to their song "Bleed the Fifth" on my Music Choice metal station just last year, and I was suddenly amazed and blown away and I was like Whoa!! Where did these guys come from. Little did I knew, that I would be even more thrilled when I found out that ex-Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares was in this band. So I went out and bought the debut album "Bleed the Fifth" at FYE down in Eau Claire a couple months ago, and I instantly fell in love with it within a matter of seconds. Consisting of guitarist Dino Cazares (who also played bass on this album except on tracks six "Rise of the Scorned" and ten "Closure" in which Static-X's Tony Campos performed bass on), drummer Tim Yeung and vocalist Tommy Vext, Divine Heresy's full length debut "Bleed the Fifth" from Century Media is an absolute massive, bludgeoning, jackhammering, high energy extreme metal beatdown on your senses, all fully equipped with vicious brutal vocals, jackhammering riffs and destructive blasting double bass drumwork. I enjoy listening to this album almost every week, especially when I'm lifting weights at the gym. Dino's riffs are just like a jackhammer pounding and punching away at your skull. Man, this guy never sounded better on guitar, and he even solos a bit as well. Tim's drumming is absolutely fast and destructive with wicked slamming blastbeats and machine-gun-like double bass kicking. Tommy's vocals on here are just fierce, vicious and menacing ranging from death metal screaming, to Burton C.Bell-style melodic clean singing, to angry harsh Pantera-style screams.

Every song on this album is just awesome and full of high energy and intensity, but here's a look at my favorites on here.
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