14 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bleeding Through's hardcore-splattered metal reaches new levels of barbarism on The Great Fire. Buoyed by battering-ram drums and hailstorm riffage, "Final Hours" and "Step Back in Line" are agitated and confrontational, while the destructive “Starving Vultures” finds vocalist Brandan Schieppati barking out despondent invective. Even the record's synth accents are intense; on "Goodbye to Death," frantic piano trills hover ominously like a vampire lurking in the shadows, and “Faith in Fire” pits askew keyboards against relentless, snarling guitars.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bleeding Through's hardcore-splattered metal reaches new levels of barbarism on The Great Fire. Buoyed by battering-ram drums and hailstorm riffage, "Final Hours" and "Step Back in Line" are agitated and confrontational, while the destructive “Starving Vultures” finds vocalist Brandan Schieppati barking out despondent invective. Even the record's synth accents are intense; on "Goodbye to Death," frantic piano trills hover ominously like a vampire lurking in the shadows, and “Faith in Fire” pits askew keyboards against relentless, snarling guitars.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
106 Ratings

106 Ratings

tdragoo3 ,

Never a Let Down!

This CD is epic! I love how they utilize Marta a lot more, she is a part of the band also you know haha
Buy this CD! it's the heaviest BT has ever been!

Fury of One ,

Classic Bleeding Through

Amazing album. Goes back to the classic shredding of Portrait of a Goddess with a black metal feel.

thrash8026 ,

SIIIIICK!!!

The drums on this one are insanely sick. For hardcore purists only.

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