It was their last album released while signed to Roadrunner Records; it remains their best-selling album to date. The album is also known for its popular song "By the River", in which singer Tim Williams has a duet with Pantera vocalist Phil Anselmo.
The original line-up was Steve Curtis (vocals), Steve Allen (guitar), Nick Peters (bass guitar), and Virus (drums), although Steve Robertson soon replaced Peters, and this line-up recorded the first two EP's by the band
Put together by two friends who were never in the same room while any of it was made. Put together through various ups and downs in life and various bouts of madness and tranquility
I've been waiting for a guide To come and take me by the hand Could these sensations make me feel The pleasures of a normal man? Lose sensation, spare the insults Leave them for another day I've got the spirit, lose the feeling Take the shock away. The song is fast, almost punky, and Ian Curtis does some actual singing compared to Closer’s eternally depressed sighs and mumbles. It’s something very unexpected.
Artist city, country: Rome, Italy. Their music is an outstanding mix of Rock, Metal and Punk flowing in an unique, solid sound, made by fast drumming, powerful guitar riffs and catchy melodies.
8. The Prowler Within. Other productions from Blaast. Albums in Death Metal.