Phobia reviews— 18 total
18 user reviews of Phobia by Breaking Benjamin
I never get tired of listening to it, and I wont for a long time.
With some supurb guitar drumming and bass with the best song writing Ben's made.
The absolute worst parts of this album are when vocals turn into screeching instead of the talent voice that Ben...
It is more hard, than melancholic, there are only one or two sentimentaly songs.
My favorite song is "Dance with the Devil", but there truly is no one song that isn't great.
I believe that this album will be a favorite by many here in the next few years.
However, the ones that truly do stand out the most are Until the End, Evil Angel, and Here We Are.
They have their own sound, but if I had to compare them to anyone, I'd say Trapt, and Chevelle.
As of now it's actually my favorite album that I own.
Looking for the old Benjamin. You'll find it with Had Enough, Topless, and even Diary of Jane.
"Phobia" is no masterpiece, but it's definitely worth the purchase and listening to.
Although it has the Breaking Benjamin sound, there are no parts which you would get confused with any other songs.
Staind), Breaking Benjamin shows signs of progress and experimentation rarely seen in the normal concept of commercially acceptable music.
Breaking Benjamin is an awesome band and I was hopeing this CD would be good and it did not dissapoint.
Personally, I felt that the band's previous albums had their moments (Next To Nothing, Forever, and So Cold are a...
All I can say is "amazing". Truly BB's best work.
Their new sounds is not satisfying to me, due to the lack of almost everything that brought me to Breaking...
The lyrics are good, the sound is good, and my overall impression was that it ruled intensely.