Indian death metal band CHRONIC XORN have announced their new release and it holds a lot of promise. They’ve got a series of shows lined up in North India and even Bhutan in support of the upcoming album.
Indian band CHRONIC XORN have worked hard over the years to build a tremendous following in the nation and have now announced their third release titled ‘For These Sins Who Must Die’. It’s an adrenaline rush of crushing riffage and mammoth breakdowns. The passion is palpable and as a D.I.Y effort, it’s right up there with the rest. Moreover, the album is dedicated to a close deceased friend Abhishek Bhattacharya who penned the lyrics for all the songs on it. The vocalist Saptadip Chakrabarty has this to say about it –
“History reveals that in every religion, community and caste, there has always been a major race of common people, those who suffer and rot under the reign of a corrupted helm. Unwillingly their blood spills as the ever deceitful leader smiles away to glory. This album speaks about all those commoners, who are helplessly handcuffed by societal pressure. Their voices choke under the smoke of fraudulence.”
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