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Album Review

Total Chaos always came across as a band who were more concerned with the number of studded spikes in their leather jackets than finding an identity for their sound. For example, on their first two albums, they had this early Discharge-meets-the Exploited-meets-Motörhead thing going on. Then with their third record, Anthems from the Alleyway, all of a sudden Total Chaos turned street punk, like they wanted to be the Business or something. Now with In God We Kill, there's another new lineup and a new label, but it seems as if Total Chaos couldn't decide on which musical direction they wanted to take. On some songs they're an Oi! band, on others they're an early U.K. thrash-punk outfit. But any which way you slice it, there is a thick Brit-punk influence present; lots of anti-religious, anti-nationalist, anti-fascist ramblings, but also the occasional vocal harmonies and piano incorporated here and there, which is a first for Total Chaos. A decent effort for a band that was past their prime after their first album, Pledge of Defiance but at least Total Chaos are still there fulfilling that stereotype of punk rockers who scream for anarchy without doing anything about it.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Riverside, CA punks Total Chaos formed in 1988, comprising singer Rob Chaos, guitarist Gary Doom, bassist Joe E. Bastard and drummer Gearbox at the time of their self-released debut LP We Are the Punx, We Are the Future. Doom exited the group soon after, and upon installing new guitarist Ronald McMurder, Total Chaos signed to Epitaph, issuing Pledge of Defiance in 1994. Second guitarist Germ joined the fold for 1995's Patriotic Shock, but by the time of the follow-up Anthems from the Alleyway only...
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