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Halo of Blood
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 23, 2022 at 20:20|
|"Bodom Blue Moon (The Second Coming)" is somewhat prophetic as a song title, as Alexi and the gang bounce back to near-Blooddrunk level on this disc. Halo Of Blood starts and ends strong, with the first two and final three tracks all being highlights. "All Twisted" is my favorite out of those. "Transference" was the first single and video, and I remember being underwhelmed by it. But the low point is "Dead Man's Hand On You," as Alexi was just not a good clean singer, as Bodom's many non-metal covers made abundantly clear. His bad singing was funny and charming when part of an obviously unserious cover, but isn't a good sound on a COB original.
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