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Review: Overkill - Bloodletting
Overkill
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Bloodletting

Label: Metal-Is
Year released: 2000
Duration: 51:46
Tracks: 10
Genre: Thrash Metal

Rating: 4/5

Review online: February 10, 2001
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
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Bloodletting

Rated 4.07/5 (81.43%) (14 Votes)
Review


Overkill still delivers. I like this new album better than 1999's Necroshine, although they still found a way to introduce some vocal parts that get on my nerves. Unlike a lot of people, I have no problem with the vocalist, but in some parts Overkill have a tendency to put some weird sounding vocals that almost ruin a song for me. I'll get over it I guess...

Bloodletting doesn't break any new ground, you get pretty much what you'd expect from Overkill: well-executed Thrash Metal, no compromise, no downer. The album includes a couple of ballads that are surprisingly good - not all Thrash bands can pull those off. A very good album to listen to that current Overkill fans should enjoy, but which probably won't win them more in the crowd that didn't like their previous efforts.

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