The Chasm - _From the Lost Years_
(The Art/Reborn Records, 1996)
by: Adam Wasylyk (8 out of 10)
From Mexico come a three piece called The Chasm, whose fresh sound is truly music to my ears! A black metal band at the core, along with some nice bass and keyboard parts, their sound also includes acoustic guitar (as much as the rhythm guitar in some parts). Few and far between are speedy parts, but the band definitely prefers a slower pace, but not so slow as to get boring or too repetitious. Songs like "The Gravelands", "Deathcult for Eternity", "Ascension of Majestic Ruins", "An Arcanum Faded" and "Torn" are really a treat to listen to. Production is well done too. It did (for me) take a few listens to really get into it, but there definitely is a lot of talent here. I can see major label attention for THE CHASM in the future.

Contact: THE CHASM, c/o Daniel Corchado, Apdo. Postal #M-2730

(article published 12/8/1996)

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