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  • Audio CD (February 8, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B00004HYJR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #130,190 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By SverreB on May 10, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Sometimes, one needs to let off some steam, and for its normally quite restrained members, Bloodbath is probably the equivalent of you or me going on a week's booze bender. While Mikael Åkerfeldt possesses one of the best death metal voices around, Opeth isn't really a death metal band. Similarly, Bloodbath sounds nothing like Katatonia or any of drummer/producer Dan Swanö's innumerable other projects.
All the aforementioned bands have a certain sophistication and a level of virtuous grace. Bloodbath, however, has no civility whatsoever. Åkerfeldt sounds like he is passing ten-pound kidney stones while normally quite melodious guitarist Anders Nyström delivers a sound more akin to that of a chainsaw. But how about the songs? All three of 'em are excellent, with the mighty "Furnace funeral" as the highlight.
Bloodbath's considerable charm derives from the fact that this is four good buddies getting together to have rude fun. If you like driving rhythms, punishing guitar work and gargled lyrics celebrating the unsubtle joys of disembowelment, you'll have great fun too. I certainly do.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tom Z on August 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The legends Mike Ackerfeldt, Dan Swano, Jonas Renske, and Anders Nystrom get to together to form a supergroup...and they decide to make gore metal!? They do the whole disembowel, kill and burn everthing image well enough but I can't help but think they squandered an opportunity to make something truly amazing. It really dosen't take a whole lot to make this kind of music, which acheives it's effect through simplicity. Having heard all their primary projects, it just seems like their capable of a lot more. This is good though for what it is. Ackerfeldt sounds f*cking possesed, almost like Chris Barnes in his prime though maybe even better. Both Ackerfeldt and Renske did the lyrics so of course their well done. Don't know what alot of the other reviewers are thinking when they say this sounds nothing like the members other projects, I'm hearing alot of Unorthodox-era Edge of Sanity distortion mixed with Brave Murder Day-era Katatonia influences. The drums are the only things that really need improvement. While his calculated strikes and formulated drum beats may work well for his other projects, Swano needs to let loose a bit for something like Bloodbath. Add some blast beats and don't be so meticousely precise. Overall, this is a quality album and I'd recommend getting it but I would buy the members other stuff first.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "seansprincess" on April 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
It's not to hard to prove that this is one for any fan of Death metal. This will be looked back on as a Death metal Classic. Featuring members of Opeth, Katatonia, and ex- Edge Of Sanity including Dan Swano. Don't let that fool you into thinking this is a slow doom project. This is an Unmerciful Old-School Brutal Death Metal CD performed the way it should be! So if your a Death Metal fan looking for new music try this one on your CD player!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 23, 2000
Format: Audio CD
What do you get when you combine members of KATATONIA, OPETH and EDGE OF SANITY, give them four basic instruments and a nasty attitude? Answer: You get some heavy, uncompromising, no-frills, Old School Death Metal! Albeit only three tracks in length, Breeding Death is exactly what you were hearing in the underground scene in the years from 1989 to 1991. This stuff is so good I can't beleive these guys didn't include a couple of more tracks. However, word has it that this may just be a teaser for a full-length album by this side project. The cheesey album cover is convincing enough as are the gorified song titles which can only lead you to the assumption that this is a tribute to the genre's roots. With OPETH's Mike Akerfeldt handling the vocals you can bet you get your growl's worth. Superior riffing and production highlight some excellent songwriting and although the EP is only about 15 minutes in duration, you'll be left satisfied and craving a future release. Let's collectively cross our fingers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SpeakEnglishOrDie on December 20, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Since everyone pretty much said it all about how great this collaboration is, I wont say much more except BUY NOW. Seriously, If you enjoy DEATH METAL or are looking for something else to tide you over til the next OPETH release, then this is what you need. While there's only 3 tracks they are brutal and are the pinnacle of what Death Metal should be.
Track 1 Breeding Death 4:25
Track 2 Omnious Bloodvomit 3:46
Track 3 Furnace Funeral 5:03
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "haereticus" on March 7, 2001
Format: Audio CD
For people who knows about metal music, the name of Dan Swano means a lot. With his talent combined with Mikael Akerfeldt's, Anders Nystrom's, and Jonas Renkse's, a powerful recording was obvious to happen.
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If you have fond memories of the Big Four of Swedish death metal, then Bloodbath's debut EP is for you. By the Big Four, I'm of course referring to Entombed, Grave, Unleashed, and Dismember, the four bands that just about hijacked the entire genre around 1990 and held a firm grip on it for several years. On this unabashed tribute to that golden era of death metal, Bloodbath serves up three songs that could have fit right in and put this band up there with the greats had they come from another time. This short EP offers brutality, a touch of melody, and the headcrushing groove that those older bands were slaying crowds with before groove metal became a thing. Also, maybe you've heard of this one Swedish band called Opeth? If you have fond memories of the days when Mikael Akerfeldt utilized death metal vocals, again, Bloodbath is for you. As their vocalist, Mikael recorded some of his most wickedly evil vocals, as this band doesn't have a soft side. Also featuring musicians from Katatonia, these guys could easily have become one of the elite death metal bands if not for the side-project nature of the group. Short but sweet, this an EP for any fan of the old-school death metal style.
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