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CHAPEL OF DISEASE ...And As We Have Seen The Storm, We Have Embraced The Eye Ván Records November 23, 2018 Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist Boston Rock Radio

CHAPEL OF DISEASE
...And As We Have Seen The Storm,
We Have Embraced The Eye

Ván Records

November 23, 2018

Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio

Chapel of Disease is:
Laurent T. - Vocals, Guitar
Cedric T. - Guitar
Christian K. - Bass
David D. - Drums

Formed in 2008, the German heavy metal band Chapel of Disease were mainly death metal and had good reception to their 2012 debut Summoning Black Gods. However, time and wisdom took over and they changed their sound to incorporate other different elements in their arsenal and released 2015’s The Mysterious Ways of Repetitive Art (check it out, excellent listen). They mix elements of death and black metal with fucking colossal 70s style riffing and hints of 80s synth to create a conglomerate eclectic metal sound of their own. With a listen to their pending release ...And As We Have Seen the Storm, We Have Embraced the Eye (pay no heed to the long name), we can hear the overlay of multiple subgenres gliding from combination to combination with Laurent's lacerating roar providing a heavy anchor.

 

“Void of Words” wraps around you with weight riffs and vehement vocals. “Oblivious-Obnoxious-Defiant” has frenetic guitars racing in and spiraling to snarling vocals and a balanced pummeling rhythm section. With “Song of the Gods” you get that definitive 70s groove, an excellent homage for the metal gods. My choice track is “Null.” I love its crushing vocals and a rhythm that flows like a twisted raging river and I hear an almost Southern metal flair in its fretwork. I love a band that adds variety to their work.

 

Listen to Chapel Of Disease - NULL by Ván Records #np on #SoundCloud
https://soundcloud.com/v-n-records/chapel-of-disease-null

https://m.facebook.com/ChapelOfDisease

https://www.van-records.de/




 

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