Year : 2018
Style : Alternative Rock , Progressive Rock
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + scans + Video
Size : 219 mb
Three-piece Swedish progressive/alternative rock.Band formed In 1998.The first known inhabitant of the town Dala-Järna in central Sweden was a man named Benesser and he built a white chapel by the water in the 13th century that still stands today. In this small town of 1500 people, David Olsson, Henric Hermansson, and Robert Olsson grew up doors away from each other and started playing music together at the age of 9. In 1998, the band No Brakes was formed by these three and they started playing quite a bit live and won the Musik Direkt competition for their province in 2006. By 2007, they had started finding their sound and after hearing the story about the chapel in their town, changed their name to Benesser. 2008 saw them win the Garagerocken contest for unsigned band not long after they played Sweden’s largest Christian music festival and began recording the Colors ep. The band then entered the BoomTown Music Education program for two years and began the recording process for The Start of Something New.Being from Sweden and playing alternative, sometimes heavy, guitar-driven music, there is the inevitable comparison to the band Blindside that will have to be made in a review, so I’ll get that out of the way early. Yes, you can hear some similarities to Blindside in Benesser, but only bits and pieces scattered throughout. Some of the vocal stylings are there, the Christian message is there, the emphasis on the guitar carrying the sound is certainly there, but in general, Benesser is not another Blindside, they have their own sound. What struck the most about the sound was that it instantly reminded me of early Spoken from Echoes of the Spirit Still Dwell. The vocals of Robert Olsson are very clean throughout and range from smooth, reassuring soft-spoken to loud soaring choruses and everything in between. Musically, the emphasis is definitely on the guitar and the songs are varied enough to cover typical alternative guitar riffs to even a blues-like solo in the song “Is it You”. Press materials about Benesser have included bands like Rush, Muse, and Coldplay and I can hear some bits and pieces of Rush and Muse, which are a good thing, and some of songs may have some of the atmosphere found in Coldplay songs, but by no means would you confuse Benesser for these bands as they have their own sound.
Robert Olsson - Vocals, bass
Henric Hermansson - Guitar
David Olsson - Drums
01. Where Silence Prevails
03. Is It You
05. Where O Death
06. Sleepless Nights
07. Signs of Time
08. For the Eyes of the Lord
09. The Start of Something New
+ Video "Where Silence Prevails" (Official Video)
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