Chamber - _You and What Army_
(Independent, 2001)
by: Adrian Bromley (2 out of 10)
Coming across like Stuck Mojo meets Biohazard meets Machine Head, Philadelphia act Chamber are just churning out cliche sounds and uninspired metal numbers. These guys seem to be pretty dated with their music as well. I mean, this is the kind of metal-groove music that Machine Head was pushing a few years back. Metal music has changed considerably since then and many bands -- well, not all of them -- have moved on and tried to find new ideas and roads to take their metal music down. The power of Chamber is there and so is the attitude (i.e. songs such as "Dropping Like Flies", "I Man God" and "Strong Like Us"), but the music has all been done before. If I was Chamber, I'd make sure my music had some potential before I would call my album _You and What Army_. These guys are tough, but their music is extremely weak.

Contact: 7 Fulkerson St. Apt. 3, Cambridge, MA 02141, USA

(article published 12/8/2001)


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