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Bloodsoaked - The Omen album mp3

  • Performer: Bloodsoaked
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: The Omen
  • Released: 1994
  • Style: Death Metal
  • MP3 version size: 1565 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1402 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 871


Bloodsoaked death metal band from Mexico City.

Bloodsoaked The Omen. Recording information: Recorded in Dec/93 at Opus Audio. Added by: UnderCosmicWinds. Modified by: Murmur 666.

Band Name Bloodsoaked (MEX). Data de lançamento Fevereiro 1994. Labels Horrid Records. Estilo de MúsicaDeath Metal. Membros têm este álbum1. 3. Buried Under My Skin. Other productions from Bloodsoaked (MEX). The Lost Masters + 1: Volume 666. The Omen.

Frost Image/The Omen. Frost Image/The Omen.

BLOODSOAKED 1993: Jose Luis (Jeff) – Bass/Vocals Eddie – Lead Guitar David – Rythm, Lead Guitar Donovan – Drums. Autist Decay (Demo) Frost Image (Album) The Omen (EP) The Lost Masters (Compilation).

Originally released in 1993 on cassette only. Tracks 13-15: "The Omen" 7" Ep 1994. remastered by Dan Lowndes at Resonance Sound in UK bonus tracks were remastered by Ted Tringo at The Ancient Way Mastering.

Bloodsoaked is an American death metal band from North Carolina. Formed in 2006 by Peter Hasselbrack as a one-man project, Bloodsoaked is known for a style of death metal strongly inspired by the originators of the style, such as Death, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary, Deicide, Sepultura and Morbid Angel. Bloodsoaked’s music is best described as old-school death metal with some modern influences. The lyrics tend to be heavily gore and horror influenced as well as anti-religious views.

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The Death of Hope (2011) by Bloodsoaked. Labels: Comatose Music. Genres: Brutal Death Metal  . Album (Studio full-length).

If you want to see anything particular let me know. The opening riff I wrote about ten years ago working on the second Bloodsoaked album. I was in a tiny 5x5 storage unit jamming late at night. The storage unit I rented so I’d have a place to crank up my amp. From there to having the video for this song played on MTVs Headbangers Ball. Good times and memories.


A Rising 4:49
B1 S.H.C. 3:33
B2 Buried Under My Skin 3:14

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Opus Audio


  • Artwork ["The Omen" Logo By] – Oscar
  • Bass, Vocals – Jeff*
  • Cover [Cover Art By] – Alfredo , Marlon
  • Drums – Woltan*
  • Executive-Producer – Arturo V.
  • Guitar [All Guitars] – Eddie*
  • Lyrics By – Eddie R* (tracks: A, B2), Jeff R (tracks: A, B2), Jeff* (tracks: B1), Olivia D. (tracks: A, B2)
  • Music By – Bloodsoaked


Recorded in Dec/93 at Opus Audio.

There is no matrix on the vinyl.



Joni_Dep Joni_Dep
Bloodsoaked were a death metal band from Mexico City. This 7", from 1994, was their final release. The music on this EP is contemporary with the era. The guitar plays some mid-paced chords which are spiced up with some double-time chugging and some more atmospheric parts. Some of the playing reminds me of a restrained OBITUARY without the temolo abuse. The solos work well in the songs, but without a clear rhythm guitar part, all that's left to drive the song are the drums. The bass is nearly non-existant - there is a short bass run in Buried Under My Skin, but it is difficult to hear in the mix. The drums sound crisp, but the double bass is buried too low in the mix. The drummer plays some nice fills in Rising. The vocals are tortured moans cutting through the music.Overall, this is a good release with enough variety between the songs to keep my attention. The production is a little weak, but that might just be due to their geographical location. I won't hold that against them.