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Paradigm in Entropy


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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Music & Marketing
  • ASIN: 5559082546
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)

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Strong vocals, astounding guitar work and pounding drums.
Spencer
This band has a very good heavy sound to it other then chimaira. and the vocals to 'bleed the sky' are alot better.
Matthew Steinberg
This is a great cd and I hope people will give them a shot cuz they need to be heard.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Rivers on April 18, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I really wasn't expecting much from this band, considering the recent METALCORE OVERDOSE flooding the market and the association of the word "Bleed" in a band name with awful music. I was getting kind of sick of Metalcore but this was one of few i don't regret listening too. First off, the drummer kicks ass, the guitars are great, and there singer has a yell that is reminicent of Mark Hunter from Chimaira. He even has a half decent singing voice, although it does sound heavily FXed often times. If your going to compare this band to Chimaira, then lets compare them in an area where they will be better then Chimaira for the reviews sake. What im trying to say is if you were to put Bleed the Sky's debut "Paradigm in Entropy" next to Chimaira's debut "Pass Out of Existence" i'd say Bleed the Sky would own Chimaira. I'll look forward to a future release by these guys and see what direction they've decided to go in, definite potential here. If you like Chimaira, or Metalcore in general i'd recommend this record.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Brackeen on April 17, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I must've listened to Bleed The Sky's debut album "Paradigm In Entropy" like 4 or 5 times already. Whenever I listen to this album, it just warps straight into my head, and I just can't get enough of it. These guys reminds me of Chimaira alot (one of my favorite bands), but with more intense shrieks and more clean singing. Noah Robinson has a nice vocal range, going from a vicious shriek like scream to an awesome clean singing voice that's not overdone which is a good thing. Guitarists Kyle Moorman and Wayne Miller have some nice crushing dual riffs and even a few solos which is pretty nice (although I wish they could've done more solos on here, but oh well there's always next time). But it's Austin D'Ammond's drumming on here that really gets my attention. This album is chock full of sick double bass drum patterns throughout that really get your adrenaline going. The album kicks off with a bang with my favorite song "Minion". I just love that solo near the ending, it kicks ass. The next three songs "Killtank", "Paradigm In Entropy", and "Skin Un Skin" are juggernauts of ripping double bass drum patterns and searing riffs that'll rip your bare flesh off. Other good songs including "Leverage" and "The Martyr" showcase Noah's clean singing abilities. The other songs are good, but those are my favorites. So anyways if you're a fan of Chimaira, then I suggest you give Bleed The Sky a shot. Grab a can of Monster Energy, put this badboy in your stereo, turn the volume full blast, and raise those horns. Peace Out!

Jeremy's track ratings:

1. Minion - 10/5 Favorite song. Love the solo near the end.

2. Killtank - 5/5

3. Paradigm In Entropy - 5/5

4. Skin Un Skin - 5/5

5. Leverage - 5/5

6. The Martyr - 5/5

7. Gated - 5/5

8. God In The Frame - 5/5

9. Division - 5/5

10. Borrella Mass - 5/5
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Rindahl on August 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
WOW! I have been watching these guys for quite a long time back when they were still looking for a label. They had a 4 track EP type multimedia deal you could download for free! It was like 4 tracks but it was so great sounding. Then they were signed to to do an album for Nuclear Blast Records (In Flames, Soilwork, ETC.) and i just couldnt wait to hear it. Like one reviewer said. Sounds like old school Chimaira. But yet if you put the 2 bands next to each other. You cant really tell which one is which. They sound that alike. Some major headbanging rip your face off metal right here. The CD starts off with "MINION", which was also on the "Alone In The Dark" OST. Then it tears straight into an instant classic, "KILLTANK" This was a track on there 4 track EP that i just loved, what can i say... REVIVAL!!!!! It sounds just incredible! Then we head into the title track "PARIDIGM IN ENTROPY" Little different but still a sweet track. Then were off into "SKIN UN SKIN" with some deep growls and some cool special sounds... Sounds good and but better LOUD. Next up is my favorite which was also on there 4 track EP... We get "LEVERAGE". This track is well worth owning this CD in the first place. Starts off with an earie lead in, little bit of guitar work... then comes the drums... then they just drop it and RIFFS RIFFS RIFFS just pour out onto the scene. Another instant classic. The CD just sounds amazing... "MARTYR" Is also a great track with some great sound. The rest of the CD is as equal to the first 6 tracks. With an earie, and scary little intermission "GATED" to the next track, "GOD IN THE FRAME". Next is "DIVISION" and after that is "BORRELIA MASS". They should have re-done the other 2 tracks from there EP: "THROUGH THE DIRT" and "FROM SHOTGUNS TO HALOS"... they would have been great additions.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By xXstraightedgeXx on April 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is by far my favorite album to have come out this year. I can't believe how good this album is. Everything on this entire thing is awesome from the production to the musicianship, to the singing. This album was produced at the same studio that Chimaira records their albums in Cleveland. I can really tell that it comes from this studio because you can notice a similarity in the deilvery and presentation of the album. I'm kind of partial to this album because of the Chimaira link but boy was I surprised when I listened to this album all the way through. Matt Devries, the guitarist from Chimaira even recommened these guys, so you know they have to be good to get that kind of endorsement. Kinda the same thing like when Kerry King said Chimaira was the Slayer of our generation. Don't get me wrong they aren't there quite yet, but by helping out bands like Bleed the Sky they are well on their way. This cd hasn't stopped playing on my iPod since I got it on Tuesday. You won't be sorry if you pick up this album, even if you aren't a fan of Chimaira you should really give these guys a shot, I was pleasantly surprised!
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