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Album Review

People who dislike metal in general insist that all metal is nothing more than noise pollution for restless adolescent males, but anyone who makes that claim is seriously uninformed. There are many different types of metal, just as there are many different types of jazz, blues, country, and hip-hop — and metal has had numerous artists who, for all their intensity and aggression, can be highly musical, melodic, and intricate. That is true of everyone from Iron Maiden to Metallica to Neurosis, and even some of the bands in the death metal/black metal field are relatively melodic (namely, the bands that identify themselves as "melodic death metal" or "symphonic black metal"). But metal does have its lunatic fringe, which is where you will find the totally ferocious sounds of Red Chord. Clients, the Massachusetts residents' second album, doesn't pretend to be the least bit subtle. Combining the grindcore style of death metal with metalcore, Clients is a sledgehammer of a CD — a nasty, harsh, truly unforgiving effort that goes for the jugular and makes no bones about it. Between Guy Kozowyk's lead vocals (which combine death metal's guttural growl with metalcore-style screaming), Red Chord's use of maximum density, and their frequent tempo changes (which are done in a very nervous, spastic way), makes Clients an exercise in sensory assault for the sake of sensory assault. Albums this extreme aren't for everyone; this type of over-the-top metal is — like free jazz, dancehall, and techno/rave music — very much an acquired taste. But those who do have a taste for extreme metal will find Clients to be brutally exhilarating and, by extreme metal standards, a great success for this New England combo.

Customer Reviews


The Red Chord truly caught me off guard the first time I listened to them. Definitely an acquired taste. Very intelligent band with hints of subtle jazz entwined in the chaotic heaviness and random tempo changes along with screaming/ growling lyrics. Awesome music that’s complex enough to give somewhat of a challenge to dissect. Great album! A must have for any Metal enthusiast. These guys deserve five stars, six if it were possible!!!

My favorite band...

im only 15 years old... i have been listening to metal since i was 13 when i was 13 i listened to artists like System of a down and korn... when i was 14 i listened to bands like slipknot and wim 15 and i found out who the real metal artists are in the world and that is the "Death" metal artists and the red chord defines everything about death metal they are absolutely awesome and their vocals are so original


i just got this, and all i gotta say is: HOLY $#!T!!!!!! THIS WILL BLOW YOUR BRAINS OUT!!!!!! I CANNOT WAIT TO SEE THESE GUYS AT OZZFEST THIS YEAR--YES, OZZFEST IS BACK!!!!!! \m/


Formed: 1999 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Boston-based death metal/grindcore outfit the Red Chord combine a crushing rhythmic assault and guitar patterns that bite like a circular saw with the menacing but intelligent lyrics and furious vocals of frontman Guy Kozowyk. Formed in 1999, the band earned a reputation on the New England metal scene for their uncompromising sound and style and they were offered a one-off album deal with the independent label Robotic Activities. 2002's Fused Together in Revolving Doors was recorded in a mere three...
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