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  1. Muzragore Reply

    Review: With this album, Bolt Thrower initiated a pattern which endures throughout their catalog of finding a new style and then growing into it over a two-album spread. On Realm of Chaos, the riffing gets tighter and the heavy metal influences recede to give us a stripped down type of grindcore that aspires to the architectural riffing of death metal, giving it a grandeur and musical depth that outpaced other .

  2. Grolmaran Reply

    The title of the album, Realm of Chaos: Slaves to Darkness, was taken from the name of a book released by Games Workshop in Bolt Thrower ’s second album was released in and used imagery and lyrical themes associated with Games Workshop’s products with their permission.

  3. Nikree Reply

    In my humble opinion "Realm of Chaos, Slaves to Darkness" by Bolt Thrower is without a doubt the heaviest album ever released! A friend of mine played this album to me in , it was the LP picture disc version. I fell deeply in love with the music and the artwork and ordered the gatefold vinyl and picture disc the very next day/5(43).

  4. Torisar Reply

    Realm of Chaos Prophet of Hatred Outro At last, for the first time since it's original release, the legendary grindcore album "Realm Of Chaos" is finally available on vinyl!! This limited edition vinyl has been pressed from the original master tapes in Full Dynamic Range audio.

  5. Kajisar Reply

    Realm of Chaos: Slaves to Darkness is the second album by British death metal band Bolt Thrower. It was recorded at Loco studios in April and engineered by Tim Lewis. It was mixed at Slaughterhouse Studios in July and engineered by Colin Richardson. It is produced by Bolt Thrower 5/5(22).

  6. Arazil Reply

    Realm of Chaos. Bolt Thrower's second tour of many through the world of metal and war. From the beginning of this masterpiece you are opened to the onslaught of death by Karl Willetts' Patton-like vocals. If General Patton was around in these days he would listen to Bolt Thrower and nothing else.

  7. Tygonos Reply

    The second full-length from English death/grindcore outfit Bolt Thrower, Realm of Chaos hardly qualifies as one of the band's best, but the differences between each recording from the war-obsessed Brits are barely distinguishable. Their wash of sludgy, detuned guitars and bass, punctuated with hyper-kinetic drumming and hoarse vocal grunting, is a career constant and very much present on this 5/

  8. Voodoogis Reply

    Realm of Chaos: Slaves to Darkness is the second album by British death metal band Bolt Thrower. It was recorded at Loco studios in April and engineered by Tim Lewis. It was mixed at /5(12).

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