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Antiseptic Bloodbath

by Tourniquet

The greatly anticipated new album from Tourniquet, produced by legendary producer Neil Kernon. Fantastic sound, fantastic songs.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Neo-Classical Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Chart of the Elements (Lincchostbllis)
6:39 $0.99
2. Antiseptic Bloodbath
6:12 $0.99
3. The Maiden Who Slept in the Glass Coffin
7:29 $0.99
4. Chamunda Temple Stampede
5:20 $0.99
5. Flowering Cadaver
5:20 $0.99
6. 86 Bullets
5:13 $0.99
7. Duplicitous Endeavor
5:02 $0.99
8. Lost Language of the Andamans
6:57 $0.99
9. Carried Away On Uncertain Wings
4:52 $0.99
10. Fed By Ravens, Eaten By Vultures
8:09 $0.99
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Album Notes
The quality of this release is overwhelmingly tight in musicianship and production. Not one track is weak in the whole batch. This metal stew serves up a chockfull righteous in-yer-face goodness that refuses to let up. Replay-ability is necessary. Listen if you dare. Be changed upon hearing it. 5 out of 5 - Brad Snyder - The Phantom Tollbooth

Tourniquet has finally awakened and set free the behemoth Antiseptic Bloodbath. After nine years of silence, Tourniquet treats their listeners with the finest array of metal anyone could ask for. Kirkpatrick, the mastermind, organizes all of these ingredients to create ten tracks that consist of blistering percussion, perfectly-placed breakdowns, sweeping arpeggiation, beautiful melodies, amazing guitar solos and countless riffs that would have your grandma headbanging along. Antiseptic Bloodbath is a bizarrely beautiful masterpiece. If you don’t have it, go get it. If you do have it, run to the mirror and give yourself a congratulatory wink. You are a winner. 4.99999 out of 5 - Taylor C. – Indie Vision Music

When a band releases a few downright brilliant albums, they’re expected to make every proceeding album to be just as amazing, but in the case of Tourniquet, can they deliver? Let’s see… We expect TQT to be able to seamlessly weave jazzy rhythms and orchestral passages into their music. TQT has delivered with The Maiden Who Slept in the Glass Coffin and Lost Language of the Andamans. We expect TQT to lay down a strong groove. TQT has delivered with Chamunda Temple Stampede and Chart of the Elements. We expect TQT to provide intelligent thought provoking lyrics. TQT has delivered with Duplicitous Endeavor. We expect TQT to do something a little different each time, while still having the sound that we remember from the past. TQT has delivered with Fed by Ravens, Eaten by Vultures. We expect TQT to provide a solid slab of thrash. TQT has delivered with Antiseptic Bloodbath. The closing track, Fed by Ravens, Eaten by Vultures, is an absolute masterpiece, combining everything we have come to expect from Tourniquet. I don’t want to spoil all the surprises for you. I will however answer the question on everyone’s lips. Was it worth the wait? Yes, it has been worth the wait. 4.5 / 5 Rowland Gwynne – Untombed Magazine

Tourniquet is:
Ted Kirkpatrick • drums
Luke Easter • vocals
Aaron Guerra • guitars/vocals

Additional musicians:
Pat Travers • lead guitar: Antiseptic Bloodbath
Marty Friedman • lead guitar: The Maiden Who Slept in the Glass Coffin
Bruce Franklin • lead guitar: Chart of the Elements (Lincchostbllis)
Karl Sanders • lead guitar: Chamunda Temple Stampede
Santiago Dobles • lead guitar: 86 Bullets, Lost Language of the Andamans
Adrian Zitoun • cello: The Maiden, Lost Language, Fed by Ravens
Denis Najoom • trumpet: Antiseptic Bloodbath, The Maiden, Lost Language
Dave Bullock • violin: The Maiden, Lost Language, Fed by Ravens
Neil Kernon • orchestral textures: Duplicitous Endeavor
Hannah Kilburn, Grace Kilburn & Simi • cheerleader vocals: Chart of the Elements (Lincchostbllis)
Pastor Bob Beeman • spoken word vocals: Fed by Ravens, Eaten by Vultures
Rick Muehlbach, Tyler Margritz • spoken word vocals: Duplicitous Endeavor

All bass guitar • Aaron Guerra, except Lost Language of the Andaman’s (00:36-01:50) • Ted Kirkpatrick

Produced, recorded, and mixed by Neil Kernon for Auslander

Drums (June 6-9, 2011) & bass guitar (April 21–22, 2012) recorded at Rax Trax Recording, Chicago, IL. Rhythm guitars & vocals recorded August 30-September 13, 2011 at Paradisea Studio - Milwaukee, WI.

Mixed June 2012 at OTB - Chicago, IL.
Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music, New Windsor, NY

The title track, ‘Antiseptic Bloodbath’, speaks of the way our society prefers to sanitize brutality. We can have our tidy Christian faith, or continue with no faith at all, as long as we don’t consider the painful bloody price that was paid for us.

“We use animals for our food, profit, and amusement, but would rather not know about the needless, often systematic suffering that is inflicted on them by a callous and greedy humanity. ‘Don’t upset my comfort zone — brutal truth, leave me alone.’ The great news is that we have the ability to choose. This album encourages us to make good and humane choices in our daily lives that reflect these images.”



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Awesome solo's, tempo changes, classical influences.........LOVE IT

cristiano tavares primavera

bom esse trabalho esta o maximo mesmo q eu estou pirando aqui em casa !! se vçs estiverem em duvida curta essa banda q é o melho!!!