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Whole Lotta Blood is the debut studio album by deathcore band She's So Dead, released on April 13th 2003 via Frieseman Records and produced by Joe Friese. It is followed by 2006's The Second Carnage.

Background

Whole Lotta Blood, inspired by the similarly name Led Zeppelin song, was released on April 13th 2003 via Frieseman Records, an independent label Joe Friese uses for his smaller bands. The album was well-recieved by critics for the band's unique brand of technical deathcore and production of Joe Friese.

Reception

Metalix said: "While they may be young and new, Arizona's She's So Dead possess a technicality and experience of bands ten years their seniors. Mitchell Thurston, who is only 21, growls and shrieks to rival George Fisher of Cannibal Corpse. The songs are brutal and heavy deathcore from five young Arizonan lads eager to make their mark. And Joe Friese's production is great; pure, clear and heavy. These young boys have a damn lot of potential"

The album was awarded Metalix' Best Deathcore Album and band themselves were awarded Best New Act. It also recieved awards from many online metal sites.

Track listing

  1. "Whole Lotta Blood" - 3:50
  2. "Flesh Wounds" - 4:00
  3. "Blood Brothers" - 2:55
  4. "Clichéd Carnage" - 5:00
  5. "Dead End Full of Nails" - 6:13
  6. "Billy, Come Closer To The Pit So I Can Throw You In" - 2:45
  7. "Fucking Deathwish" - 5:44

Personnel

She's So Dead-Whole Lotta Blood

She's So Dead's debut album "Whole Lotta Blood"

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