Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Rock, Metal
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New Vocalist Same Great Benediction
Jeff | Charlotte, North Carolina United States | 03/12/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This the Benediction that we all know and love. This album is the first with new vocalist Dave Ingram. Barney Greenway left pruly for Napalm Death, but Dave is just as good and can growl with the best of them. This album sounds like a mix between Subconcious Terror and Transend the Rubicon both kick major .... Some of my favorite tracks are Graveworm, Child of Sin, and The Grand Leveller. Buy this album you will not be disappointed."
Not as good as I expected...
Sepulhead | Boston, MA | 04/23/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this album having already bought "Grind Bastard" and "Transcend the Rubicon". I really haven't listened to this album all that much since I got it about 4 months ago. It just doesn't do too much for me. I already knew the song "Senile Dementia," which is a great tune. It's fast and pretty catchy. The rest of this album is a bit slower and doesn't hold my interest. To be fair, it might still grow on me after repeated listens. I just wanted to write this review for people who may be new to Benediction: start with "Transcend the Rubicon," a great death metal release. If you like that check out "Grind Bastard," it's more straightforward death/thrash with catchy songwriting and great drumming. If you love Benediction then check this out but I would get the other two first."