|Genre||Melodic Death Metal|
|Media format||CD & DVD|
The limited digibook version features three bonus tracks (cover versions of PLASMATICS, KENNY LOGGINS and AMORPHIS) and exclusive Making of bonus DVD!
Finnish Melodic Death Metal heroes Children Of Bodom will release their ninth studio album "I worship chaos". Once again, Alexi Laiho & Co. have checked in at the Danger Johnny Studios in Helsinki in order to work at the new album, together with producer Mikko Karmila who was also responsible for the masterpieces "Halo of blood", "Hatebreeder", "Follow the reaper" and "Hate crew deathroll". And once again, the work has paid off - the result is one of the best COB albums so far, with the combo rockin' off their asses, leaving the listener breathless
The output was mixed and mastered in the Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, and the awesome artwork is once again designed by Finish artist Tuomas Korpi.
Tracklist - I worship chaos
- 1.I Hurt
- 2.My bodom (I am the only one)
- 5.Prayer For The Afflicted
- 6.I Worship Chaos
- 7.Hold your rongue
- 8.Suicide Bomber
- 9.All For Nothing
- 11.Mistress of taboo
- 12.Dancer zone
- 13.Black winter day
- 1.Making of: I worship chaos
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The latest album from Finland’s Children of Bodom is I Worship Chaos, and it has been a bit chaotic for the band recently. They recorded the album as a four-piece after the departure of guitarist Roope Latvala, who had been in the band for the past dozen years or so.
That didn’t slow the band down at all. I Worship Chaos is a consistent album that delivers everything Bodom fans expect along with a couple surprises. One of those surprises is “Morrigan,” an extremely catchy and accessible song, or at least as accessible as they can be with Alexi Laiho’s raspy vocals.
Children of Bodom have a lot of influences that they bring to the table. In addition to the aforementioned thrash and melodic death metal stylings, they also add gothic elements, periodic prog and even some ‘80s glam.
Just as they did with 2013‘s Halo of Blood, the deluxe edition of I Worship Chaos includes some cover songs. This time around they tackled the ‘80s pop hit “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins along with “Black Winter Day” by Amorphis and the Plasmatics cover “Mistress of Taboo.”
Laiho is 36 now and may have outgrown his “Wildchild” nickname, but I Worship Chaos still has the recklessness and edge that Bodom fans desire.
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