Download links and information about Dear Agony by Breaking Benjamin. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 41:49 minutes.
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|2.||I Will Not Bow||3:36|
|4.||Give Me A Sign||4:16|
|6.||What Lies Beneath||3:34|
|7.||Anthem Of The Angels||4:01|
|10.||Into The Nothing||3:43|
Change isn’t for everyone. Dear Agony is trimmed with all the winning trappings of Breaking Benjamin's former works: wind-up verses expressing the dire agony of forever troubled romance leading up to detonating choruses of cathartic explosions. Melancholic melodies do head-to-head battles with heavy, grungy rock riffs — sometimes winning and sometimes losing. “Fade Away” opens darkly with proggy leads and moody bass lines. Frontman Benjamin Burnley furthers his lyrical foray of the perpetual breakup that has forged his musical career as he sings, “It’s over/ I didn’t want to see it come to this/ I wonder if I’ll ever see your face again.” The alt-metal laced “I Will Not Bow” is easily the catchiest number here (which may be why it was used in the 2009 Bruce Willis movie Surrogates). But the title-track shows the most musical growth with finesse and restraint in the playing as well as Burnley’s impressive self-harmonizing choruses.