But more importantly, it’s an album marked by a delicate balance of consistency and contrast that is not as widely heard of lately. When dealing with the nimble and riff happy character of up tempo songs such as “Unfound Mortality”, “Paradox Alley” and “Violation Domain”, it’s very easy to hear the commonalities with early Death, though vocalist Dave Ingram has a deeper growl that’s a little closer to Glen Benton and the solos are not quite as fancy. Anyway, what we get here is a pretty decent mixture of old and new. The instruments generally follow on to his style as well, providing a more consistent sound than ever before whilst also making for a crushing atmosphere that although at times seems a little overbearing, is most definitely satisfying. Site Copyright Sputnikmusic. Flotsam and Jetsam The End of Chaos.
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If you check out those moments, I needn’t say more about this album’s merits in the riff department. Nonetheless, a pretty bemediction album in its own way. Regardless to whether one prefers elaborate temple cities to flesh consuming zombies, this is an album in need of a larger audience.
The production quality is notably free from the muddy character that typified Obituary’s early efforts and comes off as closer to the crisp, punchy sound of earlier Slayer-inspired death metal, though there is a similar flirtation with slower, doom-like tempos at times that do concur with some of Obituary’s material on “Slowly We Rot”.
I won’t post any sections of lyrics in here, because you’ll skip over that, but if you’re interested check trnscend the lyrics to “Nightfear”, “Paradox Alley”, or “Painted Skulls”. Every single lyric is growled grimly yet maniacally by Dave Ingram. Voivod Staff Reviewer February 4th Comments.
The beautiful transcdnd art by Dan Seagrave, the classic-looking logo, the cool yet seemingly meaningless album title Now when it comes to riffs, you can bet the experience will be brutal, but also family friendly. As far as the songs themselves are concerned, there are absolutely no fillers to be found. BigPleb September 12th Comments.
This man is a god damn adultery-committing, carefree sinning monster on the mic. One benedictikn feature, however, that makes Transcend the Rubicon something pretty special, something more than just another solid Death Metal record, is that it somehow manages to be both monotonous and varied at the same time.
BENEDICTION – Transcend the Rubicon DLP BLACK
I get a very sharp Chuck Schuldiner vibe from the melodic shreddings of Darren Brookes and Peter Rew, and considering Death is my all-time favorite band, that is a compliment! Love the album art for this one Digging: Transcend the Rubicon Benediction. Here he delivers a very powerful vocal performance that fits Benediction’s musical style like a hand fits a banana, comparable to the transcenx of Karl Willets or Barney Greenway both of whom he has replaced at some point in his careerbut with his own spin on things very important to add that!
Flotsam and Jetsam The End of Chaos. So, the cover art… Transcnd remember seeing it years ago and, like many of you, I was captivated. In fact, the only thing that probably angered them slightly was, according to an interview with metallian.
It’s ok but all the songs sound the same. So awesome, and it gives you more to hold on for your buck when it comes down to it.
BENEDICTION — Transcend the Rubicon DLP BLACK, 22,99 €
When dealing with the nimble and riff happy character of up tempo songs such as “Unfound Mortality”, “Paradox Alley” rubcon “Violation Domain”, it’s very easy to hear the commonalities with early Death, though vocalist Dave Ingram has a deeper growl that’s a little closer to Glen Benton and the solos are not quite as fancy.
Definitely checking this out soon. Hawks September 12th Comments. To make a long story short, this record is for all those who like their Death Metal the old-school way — straight, raw, and ugly.
You see, folks, the problem with both of the band’s previous albums were that while the music was decent in some cases, brilliant! Both are characterized by a somewhat rougher, less polished production quality and very straight songwriting, giving them an almost Punkish vibe and making them even catchier than the rest of the album.
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In other words, old-school Death Metal down your throat! Benediction, as the underdogs of the British death fucking metal scene, reached what I consider to be the apex of their genediction with this album. ShadowRemains February 3rd Comments. Every song is easily recognizable, quite a feat for an album that stays true to the same formula from start to finish. On 20 Music Lists.