8 Replies to “ Metal Church - Blessing In Disguise ”

  1. Blessing in Disguise was even more successful than its predecessors, peaking at number 75 on the Billboard ; this was Metal Church's highest chart position, until it was surpassed 27 years later by disco.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo: Heavy metal, thrash metal, speed metal, .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blessing In Disguise on Discogs/5(82).
  3. The monumental opening riffs of the track together with the spellbinding voice is a moment where Metal Church is becoming a real blessing in the skies with a heavier riffing and deeper subject matter (with prime importance given to the lyrics), yet not completely deviating from what they do best which is extremely unique 80s metal music.
  4. - According to former bassist Michael Spencer, Metal Church's former label mates Flotsam and Jetsam were going to use Blessing in Disguise as the title of their second album before settling with its current name "No Place for Disgrace".
  5. Jan 08,  · Hammering hard from the off behind the mega-riffing onslaught of "Fake Healer", Metal Church bid the '80s to a bitchin' close with the release of Blessing in disco.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo third studio album from the Seattle based group showcases Mike Howe taking over on vocals, while also introducing guitarist John Marshall/5(32).
  6. Oct 07,  · Blessing in Disguise was a nice take on making a slightly more heavy and powerful kind of heavy metal, a bit less thrashy notes to it, but at the same time it gets a powerful pompusness /5(33).
  7. While this theory is superficial at best, Blessing In Disguise is still an album that has something for everyone. If longtime fans still weren’t convinced by the aforementioned singles, instrumental “It’s A Secret” firmly reiterates that Metal Church weren’t slouching in the musicianship department.

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