Founded in NORTH PARK by vocalist Veronica Freeman and guitarist Pete Wells, rock quartet Benedictum released their first album, Uncreation, in 2006. Both founders, having previously worked well together within the music group Malady, roped in Blackie Sanchez and Chris Morgan to circular out their early lineup and record the demonstration that would result in a cope with Locomotive Information, which would finally result in their above mentioned debut. The discharge was accompanied by touring in THE UNITED STATES and Europe, and a amount of roster adjustments. Those adjustments, which led to a lineup offering Freeman and Wells with keyboardist Chris Morgan, Jesse Wright dealing with bass, and Paul Courtois on drums, resulted in even more recordings in 2007. The music group revealed its second recording, Months of Tragedy, in 2008.