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Rejecting Obliteration - Blindfolded And Led To The Woods - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Blindfolded And Led To The Woods

Blindfolded and Led to the Woods formed from the dissolving band Sacrament which featured members J-rad (guitars, vocals) Stuart (guitars, vocals) and Tim on drums. Just before the end of Sacrament, Jazz also joined the band on 3rd guitar, changing their sound dramatically. Once the decision was made to end Sacrament once and for all Stuart began writing the first songs for Blindfolded.

After getting down half a set the band decided to recruit a vocalist, and the songs were becoming too complex for J-Rad and Stuart to continue singing over, so the decision was made to ask friend, Stace Fifield to join. He accepted and immediately gave the band a new feel and sound with his black metal high screams and brutal low growls. The band played thier first show at Als Bar on April 9th, 2010. At this show Stuart was approached by Nick Smith, and he made the offer to play bass for Blindfolded. The band talked it over and decided to give him a shot... Nick learned the whole set in 9 days and went on to play his first show with the band, nailing the performance securing his place as bass player for Blindfolded and Led to the Woods.
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Rejecting Obliteration debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 29 May 2023. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for one week with a highest position of #32. There is one album by Blindfolded And Led To The Woods in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for Rejecting Obliteration:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
29 May 2023 Top 40 Albums 32

Chart placings by Blindfolded And Led To The Woods:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Rejecting Obliteration Top 40 Albums 29 May 2023 1 32
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