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"Supreme Chaos" is the sixth studio album for War of Ages and this newest album is their most potent yet. On "Supreme Chaos" the band steps into deconstruction territory, approaching the recording process with a structured plan of "writing metal songs, ripping them apart, and adding powerful new elements." Recorded with Josh Barber at Covenant Studios (Norma Jean, ... Read more in Amazon's War of Ages Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 13, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Facedown
  • ASIN: B0039S7F6W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,584 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Collapse
2. Desire
3. Failure
4. My Resting Place
5. Eternal
6. Indecision
7. Lack of Clarity
8. The Fallen
9. Your Betrayal
10. Instrumental

Editorial Reviews

For their fourth full length album Eternal , War Of Ages once again decided to team up with Daniel Castleman and Tim Lambesis at Lambesis Studios where they recorded their previous album Arise And Conquer . Eternal is the next step in both songwriting and production, and with all War Of Ages albums, will be backed up by solid worldwide touring. With combined catalog sales of over 60,000 and touring history all over the USA and Europe, War Of Ages are poised and ready to take on the world with the release of Eternal .

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I've been a big fan of WoA since their first release.
C. Cochran
This album definitely shows more professionalism from the band, and at the same time their style of music haven't changed.
Crazy Ivan
The vocals, although scream in a very deep voice, are clear and understandable.
YourHeroJames

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By TX MetalMan on April 22, 2010
Format: Audio CD
"Eternal" by War of Ages is one of the strongest rock / metal releases so far in 2010. I'll tell you it is for SURE the best album WoA has recorded to date... hands down! And, that's hard to do after the beautifully brutal "Arise and Conquer" (don't believe me? Just listen to the first :15 sec. of Track 1 - All Consuming Fire).

As I stated in the title of this review, "Eternal" is everything you love about War of Ages... only BETTER! With this release, the band has taken a full step forward - whether they needed to or not. Two standout differences: Leroy Hamp keeps his signature intense warrior screams alive, but allows himself the freedom to actually sing! If you think that doesn't work in metalcore, you are sadly mistaken my friend. This point is furthered by having 3 notable guest vocalists on the album: Tim Lambesis (As I Lay Dying), Josh Gilbert (backing vocals & bass / As I Lay Dying) and Sonny (P.O.D.). The guests bring their unique tallents and texture to the album without disrupting what War of Ages is laying down.
The second is the shredding guitar of Steve Brown. Steve has ALWAYS had chops, but it seems he's let go and let the beast within OUT! You'll catch glimpses of guitar playing from an era gone by (not to mention a stylistic tip-of-the-hat to one of his heroes, Stryper's Oz Fox on a track or 2). Steve keeps the speed and brutal riffage while adding the technicality and virtuosity not often found in the hardest of hard music.

In a year that has already seen monster classic albums dropped by Living Sacrifice and Demon Hunter and a new one from As I Lay Dying hitting soon, it would have been easy for this release by War of Ages to have been forgettable. Not so.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Odom on May 16, 2010
Format: Audio CD
First I will say that these guys are some sort of "Christian" metalcore band. Similar to bands like As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage who are two bands that I love. Anyway, I had never heard these guys before and I just picked this up after checking it out at a listening booth at my local indie music store (RAINBOW Books and Music, Newark Delaware).

I was completely blown away by what I heard. It only took about two minutes of listening for me to decide to buy this album. Everything on the album is excellent from start to finsh and the production is amazing. One reviewer talked about a Limp Bizkit moment, there is one but only in one song and for me it's not bad although I could have done without it, since Limp Bizkit sucks! Also, it's not a rap by any means. The melodies laid down here are some of the best I've heard and even though these guys do use the breakdown it is not over done and they keep the melody flowing to balance things out a lot. The vocalist screams his words in a gruff hardcore fashion but you can still understand what he is saying.

The lyrics are pretty positive and do have a religious or christian over tone to them, however many of the lyrics can be interpreted differently depending on the persons mind set who is listening ot them, some can not. I am not a religious person at all and these lyrics don't detract from the listening experience for me. I still very much enjoy listening to this album and don't feel like I'm being preached too, which I don't enjoy about some bands. I guess for me some christian metal bands are too preachy in their lyrical approach, like Impending Doom, who I tried to listen to before but can't because their lyrics put me off. I felt like I was in church, blah!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ron Gibson on May 1, 2010
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War of Ages' previous albums are heavy, and well produced, but they just don't stand out compared to bands like Becoming the Archetype, As I Lay Dying, and Haste The Day to name a few. However, "Eternal", has changed that. This is by far their best release, their most interesting listen, and as heavy an album they've recorded. They're not a fast and furious, blast beat type of band, but they offer a great dose of metal. The use of clean vocals is outstanding. They are a natural fit in the song and don't sound forced at all. Some scream-o bands seem to get too "formula" in their use of clean vocals, but Eternal hits a home run. The only complaint I have is the under 40 minute run time. They once again hooked up with Tim Lambesis and this is Tim's best production work. In my opinion, Eternal has moved War of Ages out of the average band category. I've had the album for about a week now, and it hasn't left my car CD player. It went immediately on my MP3 player, and my computer at work. I'll be seeing them in concert this month with As I Lay Dying, Demon Hunter, and Bless the Fall. After listening to Eternal, I can't wait.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By YourHeroJames on August 28, 2010
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This album is great in every aspect.
The vocals, although scream in a very deep voice, are clear and understandable.
The production is great, it actually sounds like melodies unlike other bands that just sounds like random riffs.
You can feel emotions behind the music, especially 'My Resting Place'. This is a very solid album. I think it's worth the purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 24, 2010
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With three previous albums under their belts, this is by no means War of Ages' first time and with their fourth full-length album, Eternal, it is more than apparent that they are professionals at what they do. When you're touring with big names like Hatebreed, Throwdown and Soilwork, you know you're doing something right.

Right off the line, the album scorches with "Collapse"; a bottom-heavy bouncer, ignited by a solid battle cry and a melodic chorus to carry it all along. This was a fitting track to open the album up with. If you're new to War of Ages like I am, an opener like this is bound to grab new fans by the neck and engrave "I am a War of Ages Fan" on their foreheads. "Aggression" is this band's middle name and rightfully so. Eternal is filled to the brim with brilliant brutality so fasten your seatbelts, kids.

War of Ages can easily be compared to acts such as Hatebreed and Throwdown. With songs like "Failure" and "Your Betrayal", the key double bass upholds the bottom end of these bangers, while the guitar section delivers your thick chugging riffs that push the remainder into overdrive. "Failure" opens up into a melodic chorus that will implore you to hit the repeat button. Fold when you are driven to do so. "Indecision" delivers more of what you'd expect from a metalcore assembly of this nature: bottom-heavy chugs and dueling guitars; a solid bassline and double bass to give it a good kick in the ass, and Leroy's blistering battle cry.

Throughout the album, Leroy's vocals can be closely compared to that of Hatebreed's own Jamey Jasta or Throwdown's Dave Peters. Growls, melodic chorus lines and battle cries are abundant on this album. On the track "Eternal" the band decided to mix things up a bit and brought on P.O.D.
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