Album · 2005 · 12 Songs.
Sinai Beach Lyrics Obedience Through DesecrationLyrics Hell BlazeLyrics The Serpent's LetterLyrics The StagnateLyrics His Chosen FateLyrics Return to DustLyrics To the ChurchLyrics Necessary BloodshedLyrics The God I Would BeLyrics Ignoring the Conditional ResponseLyrics.
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Sinai Beach – Immersed. Label: Victory Records – VR272. Country: US. Released: 2005. Immersed was recorded in August and September 2004 at Trax East Studios, South River, NJ (USA). Mastered at West West Side Mastering. Issued in a standard jewel case with slipcase cover. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Band Name Sinai Beach. Released date 19 April 2005. Labels Victory Records. Music StyleMetalcore. Members owning this album14. Obedience Through Desecration. 3. The God I Would Be. 4. Necessary Bloodshed.
Immersed is the second and final album by Sinai Beach. The album was recorded at Trax East in New Jersey and was engineered by Eric Rochelle. It was released on April 19, 2005. Two singles, "Necessary Bloodshed" and "To the Church", were released from the album, both of which were made into videos. Obedience Through Desecration" - 4:20. The God I Would Be" - 4:36. Necessary Bloodshed" - 3:23. To the Church" - 4:49. Return to Dust" - 3:08. His Chosen Fate" - 3:42.
Now, the screamed verse and sung chorus and mixed breakdown are the basic vocal formula for the album, but the song "Hell's Blaze", which is the albums heaviest song, deviates from this formula and assaults your ears with deep screaming and heavy instrumentation for nearly 3 minutes. The song lengths on this release are extremely varied, with two songs over 5 minutes ("The Serpent's Letter" and "Ignoring the Conditional Response") and only 3 songs dipping below 3 minutes, 2 of which are instrumentals and the other being "Hell's Blaze"
It would be a sheer impossibility to pinpoint exactly where Sinai Beach goes wrong on their new album, Immersed. The God I Would Be" doesn't exactly redeem Sinai Beach, either. Listening to the first 3 songs on the album will give you a pretty good idea of what Sinai Beach is all about. And if you don't even want to listen, I'll give you the spoiler: they are not good. Sure, they have breakdowns, aggressive vocals m/, and have toured with Throwdown, but they also, however, have a horrible synth intro to "To The Church. There definitely is a difference between originality and unnecessary obnoxiousness and it's never been made so clear.
Immersed Albümü - Sinai Beach. Apocalypse (instrumental) (Album Version). Obedience Through Desecration (Album Version). The God I Would Be (Album Version). Necessary Bloodshed (Album Version). To The Church (Album Version). Return To Dust (Album Version). His Chosen Fate (Album Version). The Stagnate (Album Version). Distressor (instrumental) (Album Version).
|2||Obedience Through Desecration||4:20|
|3||The God I Would Be||4:36|
|5||To The Church||4:49|
|6||Return To Dust||3:08|
|7||His Chosen Fate||3:42|
|10||The Serpent's Letter||5:10|
|12||Ignoring The Conditional Response||5:20|
NotesAdvance Promo CD that includes front and back inserts with all lyrics to songs but no credits.
|VR272||Sinai Beach||Immersed (CD, Album)||Victory Records||VR272||US||2005|
|VR272||Sinai Beach||Immersed (CD, Album + DVD)||Victory Records||VR272||US||2005|