No Time to Bleed

Caroline Third Party
Release date
30 Jun 2009
Running length
11 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Wake Up 3:49 101,650
2 Lifted 4:08 74,247
3 Smoke 3:08 76,561
4 Something Invisible 2:57 61,985
5 No Time to Bleed 2:22 76,556
6 Suffer 3:55 52,974
7 ...and Then She Bled 4:00 38,192
8 Wasted 3:13 53,202
9 Your Creations 3:59 47,235
10 Genocide 2:17 55,531
11 Disengage 4:04 54,697

About this album

No Time to Bleed is the second studio album by American extreme metal band Suicide Silence. It was released on June 30, 2009 through Century Media Records. The album was released in five different editions; the standard version, the Exclusive Hot Topic Edition, the iTunes edition, the vinyl edition, and the Maximum Bloodshed Edition. Upon its release it debuted at number 32 on the Billboard 200, selling 14,000 copies in the United States alone. It is Suicide Silence’s most critically acclaimed album and was re-released as No Time to Bleed: Body Bag Edition on July 1, 2010, little over a year after the record’s original pressing.

Critical reception for No Time to Bleed was generally positive. Eduardo Rivadavia of Allmusic gave the album a rating of 4 out of 5 and praised the vocals and musicianship. He directly stated that there is a “surprisingly varied array of guitar riff textures, liable to impress the likes of Dimebag Darrell or Tool’s Adam Jones. He followed along with saying “Cap this off with an instinctive nose for songwriting economy (no overlabored epics for this band) and lyrics that, while simplistic and even repetitive, at times (e.g. ‘Wake Up’ and the title track), are also both refreshingly direct and intelligible.”

Jim Burt of Rock Sound gave the album a 9 out of 10 and opened his review by generally focusing on the overall delivery, describing that Suicide Silence have “mixed up the blast beats with super-size helpings of mammoth slow groove and extra brutal beatdowns, a tasty addition to their already formidable arsenal.” He then closed his review stating that No Time to Bleed is “a ruthless and unrelenting attack on the senses and a top-class exercise in extreme metal oppression.

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