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Product Details

  • Vinyl (September 13, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: MEDIASKARE
  • ASIN: B0055IU4BM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #646,523 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Editorial Reviews

Customer Reviews

They have redeemed themselves big time with this record!!
chaosisthename
I've been a fan of BYD for a loooong time, and although I did love the last album and Mykes melodic vocals, this album is a true BYD album.
Metal Til Death
I don't think this album sounds much like Cover Your Tracks at all, and I think this album sounds a little like Beauty, and The Breakdown.
Elizabeth Wonderham

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By HEF on August 4, 2011
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Good solid release. To me, it sounds like it could have come out before/same time/right after Cover Your Tracks. For anyone saying that they have gotten away from their hardcore roots for the last couple albums, this is a return to straight hardcore... no fancy guitar or production effects and no melodic singing. I know most/all of the tunes were written before Mat came back, so I am looking forward to hearing Mat collaborate with the songwriting in the future. Stand out tracks for me are: Timequake, Slapstick, Nothing is Lost Save Honor, and Slaughterhouse-Five.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Wonderham on August 6, 2011
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I personally think this album could have been better than it is, and longer as well. After 5 years since Beauty, and The Breakdown has been released, I think there should be more than 11 songs, because people have missed Mat Bruso through out the years. I don't think this album was worth the 5 year wait. I'm a little disappointed with this album. To be honest I like BYD's self titled album more than Mosh N Roll, and Myke Terry was on vocals, so I really don't understand. The lyrics aren't that great on Mosh N Roll. I think this album is repetitive, and that gets boring. Bury Your Dead is my favorite band, and have been for quiet sometime. If they release another album, I hope it's better than Mosh N Roll, Because this album isn't all there for me. I don't think this album sounds much like Cover Your Tracks at all, and I think this album sounds a little like Beauty, and The Breakdown. I really wish I could like this album more than I do.
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This is the Bury Your Dead with their original singer Mat Bruso back on the mic and doing the vocals. Their previous singer Myke Terry did 2 albums with the band Bury Your Dead & It's Nothing Personal i actually preferred him other than Mat coming back. Altho this album is good it just seems like every song is played with the same guitar tracks,just a bit slower or faster. The songs all seem like they are the same but they lyrics are different. This album seems like it goes back to the sound of the first 2 or 3 albums without Myke but i still dig it regardless. The lyrics are all just screams there is no melody like their albums with Myke. The guitars seem like they are all the same just played different patterns,however this is hardcore at it's finest. They seem to have gotten back their original energy. The drums are blistering and they don't let up,just like the bass. That's 2 things i can say for sure they are nice and heavy. Lyrically they cut like razors the songs do,the intensity behind Mat's lyrics makes you feel his new rage. If your a fan of the oldschool sound and not their new direction with Myke you will be happy to grab this album.It's about 34 minutes but it's hardcore til' the end.
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By charles c johnson on September 10, 2013
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Great album. Bury your dead back to its roots! Hardcore at its finest. If you like the early sound of these guys you will enjoy this.
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By Colin on January 14, 2013
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This album will rock your socks off. If you know anything about music this is an album to get to forget all of the things going on in your life.
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By R. Hoch on December 3, 2012
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I didn't think I'd listen to Bury Your Dead much after they changed singers, but I actually think they improved. It's Nothing Personal is tied with Beauty and the Breakdown as my favorite album of theirs. It was like what Sevendust used to be before going more mainstream. This album isn't bad, but it's my least favorite. Nothing new or interesting. And one very big annoyance to me, I'm definitely not a prude and don't care much about vulgarity if it fits and makes sense, but this album uses f*** about every other word and it just reeks of lazy songwriting. I didn't feel that way about any of the other albums, but this one just completely overuses the word until it has no meaning, and the repitition just gets annoying to me.
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By chaosisthename on October 3, 2012
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I was so incredibly happy to see that Bruso was back on vocals, BYD just isn't the same without him. Their last couple of albums were not that great, but then I saw the video for "Slaughterhouse-five" and I knew they were back to being the bad ass dudes they were in the start. Their true sound can only be defined by brutal, distorted guitars and Bruso's brutal and in-your-face vocals!! They have redeemed themselves big time with this record!!
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By a.newsom on July 18, 2012
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its a bad A cd great sound amazing lyrics cool art so all an all i love it an listen to it daily
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