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Cost of Sacrifice

Chamber - Cost of Sacrifice
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October 23, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Pure Noise / Label
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Nice metalcore/mathcore record, not an impressive effort but not too bad either. Reminds me to a mix between Vein and Boundaries.


I heard good things about this band from other recommendations, but found this to be really stochastic and strange. It's not quite like End where it does something new each song, but it also isn't terrible either.


Chamber brings us a great evolution of metalcore. Incorporating some of the elements that have been popularized by such acts as Code Orange without navigating down the treachery of "nu-metal." At times the machines can obsifucabte the overall groove. But I can never knock a band for trying to play more technically, and on Cost of Sacrifice the band seems to welcome a new brand of mathy metalcore to the world.

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Track List

  1. Fracture
  2. Scars in Complex Patterns
  3. Paranoia Bleeds
  4. Visions of Hostility
  5. Impulse
  6. In Cleansing Fire
  7. Numb (Transfuse)
  8. The Edge of Every Lie
  9. Disassemble Reassemble
  10. Cost of Sacrifice

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Added on: October 22, 2020