Deathkin - Kohti kotiani kaaosta (Digipak CD)

Deathkin - Kohti kotiani kaaosta (Digipak CD)

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Debut album by Finnish newcomers DEATHKIN!
DEATHKIN's roots go back to the of winter 2003-2004. After many lineup changes DEATHKIN was officially formed somewhere around 2009 solely focusing on one purpose only: the proclamation of the unholy majestic trinity of chaos, death and immorality. The band released their self-titled demo 2010 and it got good feedback, including being named demo of the month in the biggest Finnish metal media, Imperiumi.
DEATHKIN consisted of fierce black metal with some death metal-influences. After some line-up changes the band recorded their second self-released EP, Purged by Impurity in 2011 which also got some really good feedback.
During next couple of years band played few gigs and had some more line-up changes and the years 2014-2015 went in writing the material for upcoming debut album called Kohti Kotiani Kaaosta. The album was finally out of mastering in autumn 2016 was also the first to include resources outside the band as the artwork was created in synergy with finnish museum conservator, Saila Leskinen, the album mixed by Teemu Iso-Kulmala and mastered by Tore Stjerna in Necromorbus Studios.
Kohti Kotiani Kaaosta is a concept album which preaches about an eternal crusade beyond all boundaries


Track listing

  1. Pimeyden poltteen ohjauksessa
  2. Varttuvista veren varjoista
  3. Raatojen rovio
  4. Iänkaikkinen
  5. Käärmeenkuulija
  6. Kohti kotiani kaaosta


While being especially rich in melodies, the careful repetition and recurring of the themes creates a hypnotic, uneasy and chaotic atmosphere. And it is commendable to create chaos through coherent structures. Slower parts with spoken word / chanting add to the eerie religious feel. The 6 lengthy songs are seamlessly conjoined by the help of short instrumental interludes. This not only creates a sense of one continuous song with chapters, but also hits at your face as the songs burst in full force. - 5/5