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The Great Depression

Blindside

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Customer Reviews

Give this one time.

I hated this album at first. I did. I let it lay for months. Then, I gave it another spin and somehow I complete dig it now.

It isn't the glossy mixed style that there other albums have but, so so good.

Give it a try. You'll like it.

Not the Blindside I expected

This seems more like a raw, almost demo, version of what Blindside normally produces. Overall, if you're looking for the next "Silence" album, I'd say skip this one and get "With Shivering Hearts We Wait" which is more polished and overall more enjoyable for me.

Addicting

I've had this album since it first came out... I like it more each time I play it...
Never gets old- never a track to skip!

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Having gotten their start in Stockholm, Sweden under the name "Underfree" during the first two years of their career, Marcus Dahlström (drums), Simon Grenehed (guitar), Christian Lindskog (vocals) and Tomas Naslund (bass) eventually changed their name to Blindside upon the release of their second demo in 1996. Being a regular in the Christian heavy metal scene of Sweden, Day-Glo Records eventually followed with the release of Blindside's self-titled first album in 1997. After a distribution deal...
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