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ATOMICIDE - Chaos Abomination (2015) * Review

''Chaos Abomination'' very intense and consistent spreading the darkness through a touch of the old death metal that particularly harsh and barbarous.   None of the songs on this album is affected from the trend now which combines many styles of extreme music but that happened was a raw, aggressive, arrogant and pure from conscience that spread unease towards the condition as well as honesty in assigning basic of death metal. These bones will not ever crack until whenever and will be buried together with death.''


We have long followed the progression of their music since the release of the split album with ' Ejecutor ' in 2007 and EP titled 'Bow Down Before the Ritual War Orgies' in 2011.   However, we think this band a little less productive creating albums since forming 12 years ago that made us rarely follow the development of this band, as a result the first full length album released in 2013 entitled ' Spreading the Cult of Death ' have been missed by us.   We have no doubt with musicality, vision and musical composition displayed.  Earlier this year, we are very difficult to find a death metal album which classic and memorable to remember all time and when read the news through Facebook that ' Atomicide ' releases the second full length album titled 'Chaos Abomination' on 30 January 2015 - our attention for this band is back.



If their music is human body, then we call this is the bone of death metal. Yes, the music that they show in this album is the foundational of the pride of the old death metal which was impressive without the connection of other music styles - idealistic and still keep a touch of pure death metal that affects the aggression and a twinge of darkness. For us, an album such as ''Chaos Abomination'' published only once within two years and no after this.   We enchanted and pleased get this album especially with the sound quality that was adopted from the 90's death metal.   So, priority in hearing their work for us is to be able to recall back to 90's death metal.   Thanks for this.

Such as the 90s death metal that sets the elements of thrash metal which aggressive and rough black and all songs on this album provides it.  The initial songs on this album is opening by rudeness of old death metal grooves that catchy, raw and full of darkness entitled ''Is Vis Pacem Para Bellum'', '' Pestilential Hammer Blows '' and ''A.T.O.M.I.C.I.D.E. ''.   Next, the songs entitled ''Preparing Your Gallows'' and ''Under the Spell of Destruction''- impressed more blasphemous, inciting to attack,  and we loved these songs.   An impression that memorable easily obtainable from this album when was repeatedly listened the composition of 90's death metal and increasingly feels when hearing the songs at the end of the album, such as ''Megatons of Desolation'', ''Poison Graves'', ''Chaos Abomination'' and ''Victorious Over the Ashes''.

''Chaos Abomination'' very intense and consistent spreading the darkness through a touch of the old death metal that particularly harsh and barbarous.   None of the songs on this album is affected from the trend now which combines many styles of extreme music but that happened was a raw, aggressive, arrogant and pure from conscience that spread unease towards the condition as well as honesty in assigning basic of death metal. These bones will not ever crack until whenever and will be buried together with death.

Track list
1.     Is Vis Pacem Para Bellum 
2.     Pestilential Hammer Blows    
3.     A.T.O.M.I.C.I.D.E.    
4.     Preparing Your Gallows    
5.     Under the Spell of Destruction 
6.     Megaton Desolation
7.     Poison Graves
8.     Chaos Abomination
9.     Victorious Over the Ashes 


 Atomizer :Bass, Vocals
A. Prophaner :    Drums
Deathbringer :    Guitars





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