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Band
Chrome Division
Title
Doomsday Rock 'N Roll
Type
LP/EP
Company
Nuclear Blast
YOR
2006
Style
Hard Rock
11/29/2007 - Review by: Kim Thore
Chrome Division - Doomsday Rock 'N Roll - 2006 - Nuclear Blast

Track Listing:
1.doomsday overture
2.serial killer
3.hate
4.trouble with the law
5.chrome division
6.here comes another one
7.1st regiment
8.breath easy
9.the angel falls
10.till the break of dawn
11.we want more
12.when the shit hits the fan
Imagine Circus of Power and Lemmy meeting up at a Norwegian biker rally, shooting a few whiskeys and deciding to cut a few tracks, form a band and you have Chrome Division's Doomsday Rock and Roll. It's high octane, unleaded, strapped in with a spiked leather strap, "rock and metal" that is made to increase your heart rate and move your volume dial to the right. Eddie Guz, formerly of The Carburetors, smashes through each track with his gut knot lead vocals and never let's up for 12 tracks and is complimented by impressive slayers Ricky Black and Shagrath on guitars. Luna and Tony White on bass and drums respectively, are in a lint free pocket throughout the entire cd.

Notable tracks are Serial Killer, Here Comes Another One and We Want More--which you will after listening to this release.

Shagrath - Guitars
Luna Bass guitar
Eddie Guz -Vocals
Ricky Black guitars
Tony White- Drums


Rating: 4



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    4 :AVE RATING

ALL REVIEWS FOR: CHROME DIVISION
TITLE
DOR
COMPANY
REVIEWER DATE MADE RATING
3rd Round Knockout
2011
Nuclear Blast
Eric Compton7/30/2011
3
Booze, Broads and Beelzebub
2008
Nuclear Blast
Kim Thore11/29/2008
3
Doomsday Rock 'N Roll
2006
Nuclear Blast
Kim Thore11/29/2007
4

ALL INTERVIEWS FOR: CHROME DIVISION
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