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Out of the Darkness [Explicit]
 
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Out of the Darkness [Explicit]

9 May 2013 | Format: MP3

£7.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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8:31
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5:37
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3:56
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5:56
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4:45
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4:23
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8:17
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6:29
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5:07
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8:35
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Lost in a youtube maze one night, I stumbled across this band in the small hours looking to see if Benedictum were doing anything new. It was a lyric video for a song from their new album Time's Arrow, but, being a few weeks from that album's release I immediately checked out what else they had done.

Disappointed with 'Metal Renaissance', the gap between that album and 'Out Of The Darkness' is almost carvernous. This is mainly from a song writing point of view because on this album the band have absolutley nailed it.

The band aren't doing anything particularly innovative, they are progressive in the same way 2000+ Iron Maiden are progressive, 'The Day I Die', 'Calat Alhambra' and the awesome 'Discovery' are good examples of this. But their shorter songs are also filled with great little ideas, 'Murderous Horde' and 'A Sound Of Thunder' are great metal tunes full of melody and big riffs.

The performances are superb especially with the guitars, but where this album has it over 'Metal Renaissance' is Nina's vocals, which are just amazing. This is not your goth/opertic syle vocals, this is metal vocals done with so much passion, dynamics and attitude that it lifts the melodies and matches the quality of the tunes perfectly. Hell, anyone who can carry off the catchy tongue in cheek number,'Kill that Bitch' has to be doing something right and have the confidence to do it.

The production on this album is spot on. It is clean, powerful and well mixed. The songs structure is well balanced with only 'Fight Until The End' being the only song I tend to skip. If you like Iron maiden, Black Sabbath, Benedictum and Unleash The Archers then this might be worth your while.
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