Album review: Broken Teeth - At Peace Amongst Chaos
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★★★★★ In the modern music industry, it’s immensely rare for a band to truly break through with a debut album. The last heavy act to gain instant gratification from their first release was arguably Slipknot in the far-gone days of 1999. But if any modern band has the potential to make their proverbial first step an unprecedented leap to success, it could easily be Manchester’s own Broken Teeth. The young five-piece have already found themselves at an immensely enviable starting position, having signed with major metal label Nuclear Blast, alongside heavy legends like Slayer, Testament, Machine Head, Behemoth and Children of Bodom. For Broken Teeth, the million dollar question becomes whether their forthcoming debut – At Peace Amongst Chaos – will make the band a worthy addition to Nuclear Blast’s canon. The one word that instantly comes to mind when evaluating the album is simply “riffs”. At Peace Amongst Chaos is a 33-minute, guitar-fuelled episode, perpetuating raw brutality.
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