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Release date: 2004
Style: Brutal death metal, Grindcore

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8.2 | 58 votes

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01. Bestial Breeding
02. Stay Brutal
03. Foetus
04. Deviant
05. Perpetual Cannibalism
06. Self-Proclaimed God
07. Dementia (The Precocious Symptoms Of Mental Perversion)
08. Phlebotomized
09. Insane Cephalic Production
10. Insomnies
11. Banished [bonus]
12. Running Man [bonus]

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Additional info
Remastered and re-released in 2009 via Osmose Productions featuring two bonus tracks and alternate cover art.

Staff review by
Jeff

Rating:
8.0
Benighted is born in 1998 after the meeting of some musicians of the bands Darkness Fire, Osgiliath and Dishumanized. Benighted is a band of "Brutal Death Metal", no doubt on that it's very easy when you push play on your stereo to see in like 3 second that you have here something well… very aggressive… "Insane Cephalic Prod" is the 3rd album of that French band through Adipocere Record ]. For sure the Extreme metal lovers will enjoy that album of pure violence that, however; don't forget, melodic and technical music.

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published 22.03.2004 | Comments (0)

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Heka69 - 24.03.2011 at 18:03  
  Even when they sound like they are just messing around, i.e. in "Bestial Breeding" after the solo at 2:15 and a little further and the beautiful singing at 2:20 -> in "Self-Proclaimed God", the package still holds itself together. They got some good melodies and brutal riffs, drummer is like a machine and vocalists make me laugh my ass off. This is just awesome.
Dangerboner - 23.04.2011 at 06:49  
Rating: 9 Has anyone heard both versions of this album? I bought the original a few years ago, but unfortunately I don't have the means to listen to the re-release atm.
Troy Killjoy - 23.04.2011 at 07:23  
 
Written by Dangerboner on 23.04.2011 at 06:49

Has anyone heard both versions of this album? I bought the original a few years ago, but unfortunately I don't have the means to listen to the re-release atm.

I remember the re-release sounding more polished. Not in a "stripped of its strength/pussified" kind of polished, but it's definitely slicker. Again it's only from what I remember, but I don't think the songs are drastically different in any way.
!J.O.O.E.! - 23.04.2011 at 07:27  
Rating: 9 Yeah the production is akin to Identisick/Icon thereabouts. Doesn't detract at all from the experience and you get two awesome bonus tracks too (both of which own the new album).
Dangerboner - 23.04.2011 at 07:31  
Rating: 9 Damn, guess that means I have to buy that version as well. I have quite a few albums in my collection that are original and re-released
Deadmeat - 08.02.2012 at 14:00  
Rating: 8 Nice album. Stay Brutal, Deviant, Perpetual Cannibalism and ICP are my fav songs. i am going now to listen to the next ones which should be even better!
Kuroboshi - 01.11.2012 at 07:23  
Rating: 7 I really respect this album as it set course for the awesomeness of the following three albums, but in itself it's not very memorable. And a bit to haphazard perhaps.

The last three songs (excluding the bonuses) are godly though.

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