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Mindless Sinner - The New Messiah

Mindless Sinner
The New Messiah
by Christian van Millingen at 20 October 2015, 1:59 AM

The mind is stronger than the flesh. Could it be true? Would that make this one of the most mediocre albums of the year? Well, I would guess so. It is not that bad, but I don’t really see something amazing in it. Good structure can be found here and there, but it is boring. Missing energy and without much specialty. But it does not sound bad.

The first example comes from the first song “Men Of Steel”, of which I thought there would be more power to it. This is just an example. The vocals seem too out of line. Good at point, sharp and well formed, but not outstanding or artful. I guess these Mindless Sinners are quite greedy, but don’t have it in them to make it.

To get it right, the ten commandments, not that I am religious, say not to use the Lord’s name in vain. Guess they did it. The New Messiah is just a song telling you that “I”, person in question being Christer Göransson, lead singer, would be the new Savior. But in my humble opinion, Jesus might be better off using some talent show.

A personal interest in demonology and anything claiming to be evil, my interest went out to “Dance Of The Devil”. Wrong again. "Dear Satan", if you would ever hear this, please tell me this is not really your dance. I’ve been personally inviting people to hell, I would be ashamed if you would dance like that, or even to this. Damned people thinking they know evil.

The mediocre-ness of this album would not be that bad if they would just have the right speed at their motion or just the right vocalist. Seems like a more gentle or raw vocalist would have fitted here. but still, the music seems boring from some points. Ah well, just keep this one away from the true evil, like me, and I guess you would be all right.


3 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. Men Of Steel
2. Where Worlds Collide
3. The New Messiah
4. Follow Your Path
5. Terror
6. We're The Ones
7. Time Of Fear
8. Step Into The Fire
9. Metalized
Lineup:
Christer Göransson – Vocals
Jerker Edman – Lead Guitars
Magnus Danneblad – Lead Guitars
Christer Carlson – Bass
Tommy Viktorsson – Drums
Record Label: Pure Steel Records
     


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