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  • Audio CD (April 29, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Explicit Lyrics, Enhanced
  • Label: Fontana Universal
  • ASIN: B001675SOY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,118 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

2008 release of the reissue of Hatebreeder. From beginning to end, Hatebreeder is a full-throttle attack that takes you along on ride that's like driving with your crazy aunt-you think it's a little fast for you, but it's over so quickly that you find yourself wondering where it all went. Features 'No Commands', 'Ace High' -Iron Maiden cover, and 'Downfall' -enchanced video.

Customer Reviews

Now if you'll excuse me, i've been listening to this cd, so i gotta go find my jaw....
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A+ Hatebreeder blends awesome riffs and blistering speed to make some very stunning songs, with complex guitar leads followed by unusual bass lines and drum rhythms.
Greg Schreiter
The HIgh points are definatly Warheart, Silent night, bodom night, Children of bodom, and the best IMO Downfall.
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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Barry Dejasu on July 20, 2004
I've long heard a lot of praise for Finland's Children of Bodom. Ultimately, after listening to the album repeatedly during about half a year of owning it, I have decided that this praise is well-deserved. Children of Bodom are an interesting addition to the wave of Scandinavian (or thereabouts) metal bands. The biggest comparison to another band that I can make would have to be to Sonata Arctica; like, if you replace Tony Kakko with a black metal vocalist, and intensify the guitars just a bit, you have Children of Bodom. Hell, both bands are from Finland, too! Must be something in the water...

I might add a note about the band's name: in 1960, four teenagers were camping in Finland, at Bodom Lake, just outside of Helsinki. That night, they were assaulted by some unseen attacker, and three of them were murdered brutally, and the other one went crazy (to this day, as far as I know). True story! This incident is well-known in Finland as one of their worst crimes, and is definitely worth checking into alone. Now we have a band named after those children of Bodom who were slaughtered...

Blending styles similar to both melodeath (especially Soilwork and Dark Tranquillity, a la keyboards) and black metal (screeching vocals that are particularly evil-sounding, as well as extremely intense musical delivery), Children have a very signature kind of sound that is like a blast of frosty air from over the mountains: at once fierce and yet beautifully refreshing.

One of the few metal bands that I enjoy which has only one lead guitarist, Children's metal is highly melodic but very intensely heavy. Alexi Laiho is immediately recognizable with his uniquely high-pitched vocals, but it are his contributions as lead guitarist that are most noteworthy.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Yan Lyubarov on February 13, 2000
Deffinately a must own for any fan of melodic death/thrash/speed metal with a classical influence. After putting this cd in my cd player, I cant take it out. CoB are all teenagers, but the music they produce is purely unbelievable. Lead guitarist/vocalist pulls off riffs and solos that would make any proffesional jelous and he is 19 for god's sake. Keyboards fit in very nicely as well and the double bass drumming sound like machine guns are going off through out all of the songs. Deffinately a classical influence there as well and you will know what I mean when you hear the guitar solos. Note that the vocals are death metal vocals, and there are no clean vocals here what so ever. The faint of heart need not apply but a deffinate must own for any metal fan who enjoys that extra heavy push that just makes you want to mosh and bang your head non-stop. If you love In Flames and other melodic death metal bands you will love Children of Bodom as well. Do yourself a favor and get this album now, while you are at it, check out CoB's first album(Something Wild) also a great masterpiece.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "aria87" on July 25, 2000
Children of Bodom's sophomore effort shows how much they have matured since their first release. With "Hatebreeder", CoB have accomplished the perfect sound for their band, that is both appealing to fans of neoclassical and death metal, and that is very original.
"Hatebreeder" is an album that shows how much potential Children of Bodom have. Showing obvious influences by such classic heavy metal bands as Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, Children of Bodom introduce their own way of playing the classical leads in the new century. Their combination of speed/neoclassical metal with death metal sounds great, and with the vocals very fitting for the type of music, this record is a one of a kind.
The musicianship of the band's members is better than most of the so-called "pros". When hearing the solos on this album, it's hard to believe that the person delivering those amazing solos and riffs is also the band's vocalist. The song and music writing is nothing short of great. Metallica would kill to be able to write the intense riffs accompanied by the most wonderful solos since Iron Maiden.
All in all, "Hatebreeder" is a must-have album for the fans of melodic death metal (In Flames, Dark Tranquillity, At The Gates, etc). But every metal fan should enjoy this record, and recognize the mighty force that Children of Bodom will become in the near future.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By The Package on November 21, 2001
..now being a thirteem year old, all that i hear is limp bizkit and korn (korn got pretty old after the first couple of cd's). but one day, my older brother showed me "deadnight warrior" off of Something Wild, and i suddenly found what i was missing out on. Death metal. I immediatly went out and bought Something Wild and was blown away. So a week later i went and bought "Hatebreeder". At first i was skeptical, thinking "how culd this be better than something wild?" i was completely wrong. After listening to the first two tracks, i was hooked. The guitars are so fast and cool sounding, the bass is loud and clean, the vocals are youre typical death metal vocals, but they're singer's voice never EVER get old or annoying. And the drums are UNREAL! while listening to "downfall" (i think its the best song on te album) my jaw was on the floor because of the incredible fast drumming. Also the keyboards give the songs an awesome surprise. The keyboardist is very fast and sounds great along with the drums and guitars. Now if you'll excuse me, i've been listening to this cd, so i gotta go find my jaw....
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