Morning Chaos - Broken Bones


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Unveiling Morning Chaos: Music that Resonates
If you thought waffles and chocolate were Belgium's only sources of heart-pounding excitement, think again!
Hailing from the heart of Liege, the alternative metal-rock powerhouse known as Morning Chaos has been raising more than just a few decibels in the local and global metal scene.
Their music is a special fusion of powerful guitar riffs that hit you like a punch in the bones, unforgettable choruses that stick in your head, and a rhythm section so intense it could make an earthquake envious.
This captivating blend has garnered them a devoted group of fans and a rightful place in the spotlight.
Picture this: the sun rising over the desolate Californian desert, echoing the strains of chaos that dwell in the heart of every metal enthusiast. If that scene had a sonic backdrop, it would undoubtedly be the symphony of Morning Chaos. These Belgian maestros have been dishing out tunes that are as sharp as a double-edged sword and as groovy as a mosh pit on a Friday night.
A Chaotic Genesis: From Drumming Dreams to Sonic Realities
Back in 2010, Morning Chaos came to life through the collaboration of David, a guitarist with a thirst for rhythm, and Roman, a bass virtuoso looking to forge new musical paths.
Their mission was as clear as a full moon on a metal night: to create music that packs a punch while serenading your eardrums with melody.
Their low-tuned guitars resonated with the spirits of bands like Alter Bridge, Black Stone Cherry, and Volbeat, resulting in a sound that could awaken even the most dormant headbanger.
In true metal fashion, the journey wasn't without its share of trials and tribulations.
After a few auditions that made Spinal Tap's drummers look stable, the band finally found their rhythm with Kévin as the lead vocalist and guitarist, and Nicolas rounding out the lineup on rhythm guitar.
Morning Chaos was born, and there was no turning back.
A Crescendo of Chaos: Gigs, Demos, and Mosh Pit Dreams
With the lineup complete, the band hit the ground running, like a behemoth bursting from its slumber. Their journey through the Belgian metal/rock circuit was nothing short of spectacular. From the 'Back'live show' to the 'Hard Rock Fest,' they left their sonic mark across stages with the force of a musical avalanche.
More than 20 shows in 2 years solidified their identity, as their music became a rallying cry for headbangers near and far.
But the chaos was far from over.
Morning Chaos wasn't content with just tearing up stages; they set their sights on the studio.
Their debut EP, "Soil & Dust", stood as a testament to their skills, dispelling any notions that they solely thrived on live chaos. Released in December 2011, the EP garnered enthusiastic reviews and set the stage for their subsequent sonic onslaught. From their unique take on "What A Wonderful World" to the Creation of Addictive Anthems
Continuing their creative momentum, the band pushed forward.
By 2013, they dared to reimagine Louis Armstrong's classic, "What A Wonderful World". The audacious project came to life in the studio, birthing a track that resonated globally, much like Armstrong's original had stirred hearts.
And yet, this was merely the prologue.
The pandemonium scaled new heights with the launch of their second EP, "Addicted", in 2014. Seven tracks on this record showcased the band's growth and maturation over time. If this EP were a magical elixir, it would be a blend of musical alchemy, seamlessly transmuting metal into gold.
Chaos and Resilience: A Tale of Triumph
Life, however, possesses a knack for testing even the most unwavering metal champions. By 2018, the name "Morning Chaos" evolved beyond a mere title; it mirrored life's capriciousness in every way..
A car crash tested their resolve, but the band, and especially David, emerged as phoenixes from the wreckage. Two years of relentless determination and 13 surgeries later, the stage was set for a triumphant comeback in 2020.
Just as they were about to reclaim their throne, the universe threw another curveball – COVID-19.
But these metal warriors were made of tougher stuff. Roman's departure in 2021 might have caused tremors, but with new bass player Antho on board, Morning Chaos proved that nothing could silence their sonic storm.
A Chaotic Crescendo: Unveiling "We All Have Something To Hide"
With their eyes fixed firmly on the future, Morning Chaos embarked on a new mission: crafting their first full-length album. Armed with their experiences, successes, and the resolve to bare their souls, they withdrew from the social media battlefield to focus on their magnum opus.
In 2023, the wait is over.
"We All Have Something To Hide", the culmination of their chaos-infused journey, is set to drop on September 23rd.
The first single, "Broken Bones", has already stirred up excitement and anticipation in metal circles, proving that Morning Chaos is back with a vengeance.
As the chaos continues to unfold, remember this: Morning Chaos isn't just a band; they're a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, an anthem for every metalhead who's faced the storm and emerged stronger.
So, brace yourselves, because on September 23rd, the chaos will reign once more, and Morning Chaos will remind us all that, in the end, chaos is just another word for living life on your own terms.
About the album:
"Crash And Burn," the opening track of their new album "We All Have Something To Hide," hits you like a sonic avalanche, guitars ripping your mind apart, hurling you into a rollercoaster of intensity. "Broken Bones" and "Ghost Town" keep the fire blazing, and you're seriously headbanging, back and forth, riding the electric storm. Oh, the exhilaration!
Now, let's catch our breath with "Adrift." It's a bit less savage in its approach, but the energy still pulses fiercely. The rest of the album maintains its powerful grip as you journey through the tracks.
A personal favorite, "Masks," detonates right in your face, shattering your senses to pieces. In short, an 11-track album of relentless consistency, a molten masterpiece that I passionately recommend.
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