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LifeInABox
November 25th 2006


3709 Comments


thanks man. Yeh i try to vote to give the reviewer an idea of his reviewing skills hah

yah, Cannibal Corpse is definatly an aquired taste, but i bet if you gave these guys a few listens you might change your perspective

MrKite
November 25th 2006


5020 Comments


No, I have tried that. They just aren't my thing. The vocals are horrible.This Message Edited On 03.13.07

diefamous
November 25th 2006


281 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I love this album, CC's best IMO... great review as well!

LifeInABox
November 25th 2006


3709 Comments


^^ hah i know how it feels

^Thanks bro. yeh, this album deff showcases CC at their very best

Eakflanderyof
December 6th 2006


2143 Comments


I saw these guys live last night in Atlanta and they were much better than I expected. They put on a great show and the blonde guitarist shook hands with everybody in the front including me (nice guys). I must say that I went to the concert to see Necrophagist who played before them. I believe Necrophagist is a far superior band. I prefer technical death metal over regular death metal.

Eakflanderyof
December 6th 2006


2143 Comments


To Shandowsfallen:

I thought that Gothenburg styled metal was also considered melodic death metal. That's what I have always heard anyway.

LifeInABox
December 9th 2006


3709 Comments


i think of it as a seperate style myself

sr19
December 31st 2006


59 Comments


what the fuck is wrong with you guys, u must be absolute freaks listening to this stuff, the song names alone are enough to make any normnal person vomit, but the album covers, this band and you lot are just sick

CoRpSeSlAyEr
December 31st 2006


855 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

They are not writing these songs for shock value, they are all huge fans of horror films, and they are just writing their one little short horror stories. They do not provoke these kind of behaviors at all, they have said that many of times. Plus Chris Barnes wrote the real disgusting ones while high. He is and was a huge pothead.

bigguy69
January 2nd 2007


199 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

sr19 is a puuuussssssyyyyy

bigguy69
January 2nd 2007


199 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

by the way isn't the TOTM album cover just lovely?

CoRpSeSlAyEr
January 2nd 2007


855 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Why yes, yes it is, even better than Butchered at Birth.

LifeInABox
February 6th 2007


3709 Comments


better than Vile and Gallery of Suicide IMO!!

SoulReaper
March 13th 2007


185 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

CC was much better with Chris Barnes.... this is a very good cd but CC just isnt as good as Six Feet Under.... Chris Barnes is ALOT better.This Message Edited On 03.13.07

LifeInABox
March 13th 2007


3709 Comments


Chris Barnes is on this recordThis Message Edited On 03.13.07

CoRpSeSlAyEr
March 13th 2007


855 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Have you guys seen the new chris barnes bobblehead. It's hilarious looking. You can get it through metal blade if you preorder commandment by Six Feet Under. I like Chris's vocals on Butchered at Births better than his vocals on totm even though the vocals on totm are great.

LifeInABox
March 13th 2007


3709 Comments


i like TOTM better because their deeper but Butcherd At Birth are close second with vocals on The Bleeding being not so good

SoulReaper
March 14th 2007


185 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yea i know he was on this cd.... thats why i think this was CC at there best. i suppose i should have worded what i said differently.

LifeInABox
March 15th 2007


3709 Comments


ah isee what your saying. nah i totally agree with you

Doonothing
March 15th 2007


121 Comments


the cover art is giving me ideas....
hmmmm...



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