Chaos Theory
Style: Thrashcore
Release date: 29 June, 2012
Playing time: 30:33

This is the debut album of this Italian thrash combo. Another band that tries to lift on the NWOT cloud. With the label Massacre Records behind them, I expect an interesting piece of music.

With rather high expectations I listen to the first track. A short track that immediately gives me an idea of what to expect on the next tracks. You can describe their music as thrash with metal core influences, or in short thrash core. With that, almost everything has been said about it too. All the tracks are fast and short and shouter Claudio Peterlini has the typical short sentence screaming thrash metalcore influenced voice. A style that can be interesting if there is some variety in it, but after 3 tracks it gets annoying.

The songs have all the same structure and after listening to the half an hour of music there isn't a track that sticks. Thrash influences of several top thrash acts (Bay Area) can be heard, but at no point is the execution better than the original. For the general thrash fan an album that probably isn't disappointing, but there are to many better acts around at the moment. Before purchasing, I advice you to check it out.


01. Faith
02. Virus
Dawn of Death
04. Carnage
05. Biodeath
06. Chokers
07. Domination
08. Xenotransplant
09. Final Solution
10. Spyral

Label: Massacre Records
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 27 June, 2012