Primordial Melody @ Critical Chaos Review

Primordial Melody
Critical Chaos
2008

Overview: Newcomers Primordial Melody have the ability to create a rather stimulating concoction of genres in less than thirty minutes – something quite rare in this era of disposable projects.
Critical Chaos tends to blend the more developing and melodic Death Metal approach with an engaging and spirited Thrash Metal vibe, of which opener Dreams About a Surrounded Soul is a fitting example, while on All This Is a Lie the band explores a more subdued technique, letting the music gravitate towards more accessible sounding territories.

Production: Gripping and assertive, it allows distinct attributes within a song to gleam effectively.

Parting Thoughts: Perhaps not as appealing for those who relish in the more cold-blooded and restless extreme Metal spheres, Critical Chaos is another worthy premiere from Portugal for those who revel in soulful dexterity.

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