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Ashes To Ashes

Chelsea Grin

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Album

Ashes To Ashes

Chelsea Grin

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Label: Artery Recordings
Though Chelsea Grin are often lumped in with the many metalcore bands blitzing the hard-rock charts over the past few years, the Salt Lake City-based outfit packs significantly more punch than most of their emo-inspired peers. As their third full-length Ashes To Ashes demonstrates, Chelsea Grin cut their metalcore with death metal and even a little black metal; this means few clean vocals and lots of jagged breakdowns and gnarly start/stop riff madness. "Morte ætérna" is particularly snarling, as are "Sellout" (the guitars are really clangy and screechy on this one) and the spastic "Undying."

About This Album

Though Chelsea Grin are often lumped in with the many metalcore bands blitzing the hard-rock charts over the past few years, the Salt Lake City-based outfit packs significantly more punch than most of their emo-inspired peers. As their third full-length Ashes To Ashes demonstrates, Chelsea Grin cut their metalcore with death metal and even a little black metal; this means few clean vocals and lots of jagged breakdowns and gnarly start/stop riff madness. "Morte ætérna" is particularly snarling, as are "Sellout" (the guitars are really clangy and screechy on this one) and the spastic "Undying."

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About This Album

Though Chelsea Grin are often lumped in with the many metalcore bands blitzing the hard-rock charts over the past few years, the Salt Lake City-based outfit packs significantly more punch than most of their emo-inspired peers. As their third full-length Ashes To Ashes demonstrates, Chelsea Grin cut their metalcore with death metal and even a little black metal; this means few clean vocals and lots of jagged breakdowns and gnarly start/stop riff madness. "Morte ætérna" is particularly snarling, as are "Sellout" (the guitars are really clangy and screechy on this one) and the spastic "Undying."