About this title: With their 2005 debut, The Masquerade, Norway's Chain Collector prove that the melodic death metal template set down by Sweden's Gothenburg-based bands during the mid-'90s is far from spent. Rather, much like In Flames, Dark Tranquility and Arch Enemy before them, they find virtually endless avenues for the contrasting deathly fury with melodic beauty, all the while cramming inherently non-commercial extremity into traditional pop songwriting arrangements (verse/chorus/verse/). That's not to say they actually match the ...
Tracks on this album
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