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After great personal turmoil and tragedies, Chaos Frame come back triumphantly with "Entropy". The album is a reflection on doom - a recognition and rebellion against a world that humanity would leave behind. The band continues their tradition of mixing the most diverse influences, Chaos Frame present Power and Prog Metal with borrowings from Jazz, DnB, Ambient, Black and Symphonic Metal. While the last album "Paths to Exile" from 2015 often sounded very extreme with blast beats, electronic breakbeats dominate the mix with "Entropy", also thanks to the new drummer Andrew Julkowski. However, these electronic elements do not harm the hook-loaded songwriting of the two founding members Matt Hodsdon and Andy Xiong, the opposite is the case: the riffs and melodies on "Entropy" are stronger and more concise than ever before in the band's history. The incredible range of the voice of singer Dave Brown is the crowning glory of the new album. US Prog Power Metal at it's finest.
After great personal turmoil and tragedies, Chaos Frame come back triumphantly with "Entropy". The album is a reflection on doom - a recognition and rebellion against a world that humanity would leave behind. The band continues their tradition of mixing the most diverse influences, Chaos Frame present Power and Prog Metal with borrowings from Jazz, DnB, Ambient, Black and Symphonic Metal. While the last album "Paths to Exile" from 2015 often sounded very extreme with blast beats, electronic breakbeats dominate the mix with "Entropy", also thanks to the new drummer Andrew Julkowski. However, these electronic elements do not harm the hook-loaded songwriting of the two founding members Matt Hodsdon and Andy Xiong, the opposite is the case: the riffs and melodies on "Entropy" are stronger and more concise than ever before in the band's history. The incredible range of the voice of singer Dave Brown is the crowning glory of the new album. US Prog Power Metal at it's finest.
4260502243336

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Format: CD
Label: Pure Steel
Rel. Date: 07/29/2022
UPC: 4260502243336

Entrophy
Artist: Chaos Frame
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98
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DISC: 1

1. The Timepiece Shatters (Entropy Pt I)
2. To Reap And Never Sow
3. Skyscraper
4. Solaire
5.   Voluntary Extinction
6. Always Looking Down
7. The Late Goodbye
8. Forever Is Nothing (Entropy Pt II)

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After great personal turmoil and tragedies, Chaos Frame come back triumphantly with "Entropy". The album is a reflection on doom - a recognition and rebellion against a world that humanity would leave behind. The band continues their tradition of mixing the most diverse influences, Chaos Frame present Power and Prog Metal with borrowings from Jazz, DnB, Ambient, Black and Symphonic Metal. While the last album "Paths to Exile" from 2015 often sounded very extreme with blast beats, electronic breakbeats dominate the mix with "Entropy", also thanks to the new drummer Andrew Julkowski. However, these electronic elements do not harm the hook-loaded songwriting of the two founding members Matt Hodsdon and Andy Xiong, the opposite is the case: the riffs and melodies on "Entropy" are stronger and more concise than ever before in the band's history. The incredible range of the voice of singer Dave Brown is the crowning glory of the new album. US Prog Power Metal at it's finest.
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