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Killing Music

Benediction

Killing Music

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  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 16

Language: English

Total size: 125.22 Mb

Year: 2008

Total price: $1.92

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13
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16
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Killing music is the seventh release from British death metal band Benediction. This is just a pure death metal album like they put out so many times before, yet haven't released anything since this one (would like to hear some new material...just saying).

Two things come right to the surface during The Grey Man; Dave Hunt is a vicious vocalist with a distinct personal style that amps the intensity of the music and Neil Hutton has morphed into a next-level drummer. These two combine to dominate the mix: vocals and drums up front with the guitars and bass edging into the sides of the music. This production choice makes for a palpably heavy atmosphere. Dave Hunt totally owns this record, stepping up and into his own with deep gruff vocals that don't cop to previous Benediction singer styles. There is also a rage of seething anger to his voice that feels menacingly real. Musically, this is still classic Benediction: mostly mid-paced death metal with occasional thrashy breaks and a strong dose of classic UK crust influence (evidenced by the Broken Bones and Amebix covers appended to the special edition). No fancy technicality though the execution is crisp and effective. All in all, another fine album from the boys across the big pond.

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