|Review: Chaos Inception - The Abrogation|
Label: Lavadome Productions
Year released: 2012
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: May 30, 2014
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Some face-melting, hostile, punishing and technical Death Metal anyone? Here's a plateful of it, courtesy of Alabama's Chaos Inception.
The Abrogation is the title of Chaos Inception's second full-length studio album, which was released in 2012 on Lavadome Productions (the band's debut album, Collision with Oblivion, came out on Brutalized Records in 2009), and it has been receiving good/great reviews everywhere. After spinning this disc a few times, I can clearly understand why it has gotten so much praise. It is evident that the musicianship in Chaos Inception is on a professional level. The song arrangements are complex, unpredictable and cleverly thought out. You can hear how much effort they have put into the songs, with no compromise. The album is full of so much kick-assery that it's easy to return to it over and over again.
For fans of Nile, Hate Eternal, Necrophagist and such, The Abrogation offers some true ear candy that will punish eardrums. Awesome stuff.
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