Deflore & Jaz Coleman – Party In The Chaos (Review)

Deflore & Jaz Coleman - Party In The Chaos (Review)

Artist: Deflore & Jaz Coleman
Album: Party In The Chaos
Genre: Industrial Rock
Label: Subsound Records
Release Date: June 28, 2019
Reviewed by: Bobby Caughron

 

Review:

Anytime Killing Joke‘s frontman, Jaz Coleman is involved in a project, you have my interest.  This 3 song EP, Party In The Chaos is certainly no exception.  The title track “Party In The Chaos” is astounding in every way.  If you’re a Killing Joke fan you’ll want and need this in your collection.  Coleman’s primitive styled, yet futuristic, vocals fuel the fire to a song that could have just as easily, been included on any recent Killing Joke album. Musically, this is a great find.  Ultimately, I would have loved for this to be longer than three tracks, but I’m happy to report that it’s a very enjoyable listen.  The material is quite diverse, but any fan of electronic music should be pleased with the entire output.  “Sunset In The West” is both beautiful and powerful at the same time with a nice ebb and flow between tranquility and madness.  “Transhuman World” treads closer to industrial rock territory and has a menacing beat throughout.  This EP, in many ways, reminds me of Killing Joke’s Pandemonium album, especially the title track and for me, that’s a very good thing.  I’d love to hear more from this collaboration in the future.  In the meantime, do yourself a favor and pick this up or download it. You won’t be sorry.

 

Track Listing:

1. Party In The Chaos
2. Sunset In The West
3. Transhuman World

 

Band Members:

Deflore – Music

Jaz Coleman -Vocals

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