The Hinderers

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The Hinderers
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Studio album by Dååth
Released March 20, 2007 (2007-03-20)
Genre Death metal, industrial metal, groove metal
Length 49:09
Label Roadrunner
Producer James Murphy, Dååth
Dååth chronology
Futility
(2004)Futility2004
The Hinderers
(2007)
The Concealers
(2009)The Concealers2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link
Metal Hammer 8/10 stars
Thrash Hits 4.5/6 stars [1]

The Hinderers is Dååth's second studio album produced by Dååth and James Murphy, and released by Roadrunner Records. It contains guest solos by James Murphy and James Malone (of Arsis). Two music videos were produced, one each for the songs "Subterfuge" and "Festival Mass Soulform".

Track listing

All tracks written by Mike Kameron and Eyal Levi.

No. Title Length
1. "Subterfuge" 3:39
2. "From the Blind" 3:47
3. "Cosmic Forge" 4:27
4. "Sightless" 3:17
5. "Under a Somber Sign" 3:36
6. "Ovum" 3:27
7. "Festival Mass Soulform" 3:16
8. "Above Lucium" 4:08
9. "Who Will Take the Blame?" 4:12
10. "War Born (Tri-Adverserenade)" 2:01
11. "Dead on the Dance Floor" 3:55
12. "Blessed Through Misery" 4:11
13. "The Hinderers" 4:23
14. "Inversion" (Japanese bonus track) 6:12

Personnel

  • Sean Farber - vocals
  • Mike Kameron - keyboards, backing vocals
  • Emil Werstler - guitar
  • Eyal Levi - guitar
  • Jeremy Creamer - bass
  • Kevin Talley - drums
  • Colin Richardson - mixing

Guest appearances

External links

  • Dååth's Official Web Site
  • kvltsite.com review
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