Power of Metal.dk Review

Chaos Echoes
Tone of Things to Come
Style: Doom Metal
Release date: 20 November, 2012
Playing time: 39:20

Chaos Echoes is a French metal band that has been freshly woven by brothers Kalevi Uibo (guitars and vocals) and Ilmar Uibo (drums and vocals) along with Etienne Testart (guitars, vocals and effects) and Stefan Thanneur (bass, vocals & effects) in the year 2011. Two months ago, they've created an EP that is filled with improvisations that scuffles through various aspects of metal. 

The pith of 'Tone of Things to Come' is eerie and haunting. The redundancy of misanthropic noise that serves quite well in its simplicity, but lacks almost everything else to form a more solid substructure that would engross me as a listener. It is a mixture of doom, death, raw black metal and acoustic, which I've now subjectively concluded as 'dark' and 'psychotropic' in its entirely. 

Although my obvious remark is that I would not be gritty enough to Weather The Storm with yet another spin, the track Black Mantra has got to be the most decent one. With that said, this release shall remain unbeknownst to most people who wish not for The Innermost Depths of... a headache.


01. Rise (06:02)
02. Interzone I (02:07)
03. The Innermost Depths of Knowledge (08:54)
04. Interzone II (01:55)

05. Black Mantra (07:41)
06. Weather the Storm (12:41)

Label: Chaos Echoes Products
Distribution: --
Artwork rating: 68/100
Reviewed by: Haydee G.
Date: 22 November, 2012
Website: www.chaosechoes.org