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I Worship Chaos

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CHILDREN OF BODOM

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  • Audio CD (October 2, 2015)
  • Original Release Date: October 2, 2015
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast America
  • ASIN: B0105ZNIJO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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TL;DR: I LOVE this album and believe it needs to get a lot more credit than it’s getting. It is NOT a “Hatebreeder” or “Follow the Reaper” throwback, and I am so glad that it’s not. Children of Bodom is carving out a blazing new path with this breathtakingly beautiful and refreshing effort. Alexi Laiho and co. have demonstrated a stubborn determination to follow their artistic instinct, despite pressures from fans and critics asking them to put out the same album over and over again. This determination brilliantly pays off with I Worship Chaos.

I Worship Chaos is a critically divisive album. However, I would argue that at this stage of Children of Bodom’s career, this album’s divisiveness is actually a good thing: it means the boys are not giving in to nonsense. The metal elitists and the “old-school fan” purists are only too quick to dismiss this album with lazy labels such as “mainstream”, “Americanized” (while neither is true), or simply does not contain a solo from Kissing the Shadows on every single track, and hence not nearly old school enough. These tired prejudices make it impossible for these people to appreciate this album for what it is, and frankly, it’s their loss. However, if you approach this album without a preconceived notion of what it “should” sound like, you'll likely be delightfully surprised.

As for me, if I opened this album with any sense of dread or doubt, I was completely swept off my feet by the end. While the solid and rich 8th album Halo of Blood was celebrated as a “return to form”, it lacked a bit of the bursting creativity and energy of I Worship Chaos, which is simply yelling “forget about ‘form’” with every wild and unexpected stylistic and structural decision. The explosive talents of Alexi Laiho (guitars) and Janne Wirman (keyboard) a.k.a.
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I'm gonna start out by saying I wasn't a huge fan of Halo of Blood. I know everyone said it was a step towards their old sound, but I just didn't hear it. This album, however, is definitely like their old stuff. And no, not in the sense that it's melodic power/death metal, because it's not. It's heavy metal. So it sounds more like Hatecrew Deathroll/Are You Dead Yet, with a hint of Hatebreeder/Something Wild.

The one thing I did not like about this album, is that there are at least 2 songs that don't have any guitar solos. For me, a band needs to keep their original elements, even if their sound changes and matures. Guitar solos, keyboard solos, awesome drumming, and Alexi's vocals are what got me into Bodom. And yes, Alexi's vocals aren't nearly what they used to be, but they're not horrible. But I was disappointed to hear some songs without guitar solos, because honestly, that's what I look forward to most in each song.

Other than that, the album is awesome. Some songs actually have 2 guitar solos, albeit some are kind short. But what I really loved about this album is the keyboard. There is clearly way more keyboard on this album. There are keyboard solos, lots of atmospheric keyboard, and just the sound overall is great. I feel like each song has structure, and isn't just a straightforward heavy metal with nothing original in it.

My favorite songs on the album are My Bodom, Widdershins (which totally sounds like old school Bodom), and Prayer for the Afflicted (which has the coolest sounding guitar and keyboard Bodom has ever done). Other standouts include the solos on Horns, the ending guitar/keyboard solo on All for Nothing, and the keyboard at 1:07 on Suicide Bomber. What's really cool is Alexi did all the guitar work himself, since Roope left.
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Children of Bodom never stops impressing. I was surprised to find that Roope had left the band but nevertheless, this is a fantastic album. I won't go as far as to say that its the perfect Bodom album as they have been introducing some slower paced songs recently. But I've must have listened to this at least 10 times already and I enjoy it start to finish. Any Bodom fan will welcome this new addition to the discography.
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Seasoned 'Bodom' fans such as myself will enjoy this release thoroughly. They've definitely mixed it up in this album by throwing in mixture of their artistic strengths, so everyone gets a taste of what they love about this band in every song. Thrash fans will be very pleased with the album, because it's sprinkled in almost every song. It's hard to go on and explain in such descriptive detail about how different the album is from all their other releases. Going on and on, describing the strengths and personal favorite parts of each song, detailing how much melody is incorporated, talking about how even the slow beat songs are still heavy, acting like I'm a professional commentator of how each instrument is well played to their full potentials. Now I won't sit here and act like "Follow The Reaper" isn't their best work (in my opinion), but fans old and new quickly realize that this release is quintessential Bodom. This is raw, unfiltered metal that was created for metal fans. And what better band to release an album like that than Children of Bodom. Stop looking at all the positive reviews, support the band and buy the album, then make your own decisions regarding what you personally like or dislike about it. Fair warning: you won't regret spending the money to own 'I Worship Chaos'.
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