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Posted: Mar 15 2010, 07:34 AM
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Twelve Out Of Chamber
Kneesplitter Records 2010
Blimey! That was a bit violent. Which is only to be expected from a metal hardcore crossover band. And they've certainly got the chops for it, although whether they're individual enough to break through is another matter.
They've been on the scene for a while, releasing their first self-titled demo back in 2002. Since then they've put out more demos, appeared on compilation albums including the mighty fin(e) "Building A Legacy 2 (A Document Of Finnish Hardcore". But this is their debut full length album, giving them the chance to rage hard across a dozen tracks.
The first thing to note about "Twelve Out Of Chamber" is that it sounds absolutely immense. So major props to the producer and engineer, who should get plenty more work out of this album. The drum sound, in particular, is amazing. The band themselves are operating in the same territory as the likes of Sworn Enemy, and do have some cracking riffs, none more so than on 'One Way Ticket To Hell'. It all works best when they veer more on the side of metal, as there is a really good thrash band straining at the leash here.
It's certainly fiery and brutal, and has a passionate edge to it that makes it well worth checking out. They're not there yet, but they're mighty close.
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