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NERVOSA Perpetual Chaos

By Francisco Zamudio, Metal X Candy 2.0
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 @ 1:21 PM


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NERVOSA
Perpetual Chaos

Napalm Records




To the furthest extent of the word, many would argue that “Female-Fronted” should not be a label used. Personally I don’t believe it diminishes a band in any way but actually recognizes them as a form of respect. Not in in anyway how the term “boy-bands” (puke!) is used, but here we have a full-female band that should be recognized as having made great strides and records. For nearly a decade sole original member, guitarist Prika Amaral has led the band NERVOSA and has released some great material. Now on the verge of her 4th album and an entirely new line-up, NERVOSA is set to blow the eardrums off both new and old fans.

On a much more polished scale, PERPETUAL CHAOS tops previous versions of NERVOSA’s past albums which is not easy considering they were definite bangers. This new line-up now consisting of drummer Eleni Nota who can throw down some great intense in-the-pocket speed, double-bass and fills, bassist Mia Wallace (ABBATH) supplies the thunder and great rhythm support and vocalist Diva Satanica shows some great diversity in her vocal approach that really solidifies NERVOSA’s sound here. Amaral has not lost any stride in her song-writing producing some shredding tunes to bang your head to. The Blackened Thrash sound will absolutely drive the pits insane with their constant ferocity like the track "Time To fight" that is simply a juggernaut. I couldn’t pick and choose which tracks stick out as they are all great songs that really demonstrate their skills. There’s the opening tracks "Venomous" and their first single and video "Guided By Evil" and "Genocidal Command" that really shows off Satanica’s vocal prowess. One can’t help but hear some of the similarities in Diva’s vocal style that are mix of Angela Glassow meets Tom Araya. Even the riffs have a real SLAYER-esque feel to them as well (yes, I could have named THOUSANDS of Speed/Thrash bands).

Another very important thing worth noting and something Prika and NERVOSA have always done is they RELEASE FULL ALBUMS!! PERPETUAL CHAOS is 13 songs and just under 45 minutes of insane rippers from beginning to end. Thank you for breaking the mold and have the guts to give us MORE than 9 songs, intros and all, that has become a (personally speaking) chicken shit norm these days for bands. The powerful combination of great production quality and awesome song-writing really allowed this new fearsome foursome to sound ferocious. New fans and long-time fans will highly appreciate their latest accomplishment on PERPETUAL CHAOS.

5.0 Out Of 5.0


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