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That idea inspired me to write that song, but it’ s not necessarily about a certain goddess. This lusciously seductive danse macabre will drag you in and never let go.It could be anybody, and so it’ s a song that is probably very easy for people to relate to.”Even more elegantly shocking is “All for Nothing,” on which Alexei opens with a frightening whisper-type vocal over a track that is often Maiden-esque and textural, the bonus being a searing guitar solo which demonstrates why Laiho has quietly become—weirdly and specifically—an elder statesman of razor-wired guitar to a very young next generation of Bodomites. CARACH ANGREN have employed all the sonic colours on their palette to dazzling effect.I’ m pretty proud of those lyrics and I poured a lot of effort into them.”Underscoring the sense of contrast to the record—in fact, its perfectly sequenced ebb and flow—is “Hold Your Tongue,” which Alexi describes as “a straight up rock ‘ n’ roll song, which lyrically is me basically being pissed at people who complain too much when they don’ t have anything to complain about.”Add those examples up, and one can divine the componentry of the Children of Bodom sound, which Alexi articulates as such: “Well, obviously the guitars with those keyboards is a different dimension from almost all the extreme bands, when you think about it. And same thing with the keyboards, really; we do a lot of stuff with keyboards that could be in a friggin’ disco song. “Personally I don’ t think there’ s a Finnish sound,” reflects Laiho. Their sophomore full-length 'Death Came through a Phantom Ship' (2010) witnessed the band setting sail to bring their eccentric and capturing live performances to audiences and festivals all over Europe.But we have a way of making it sound dark and heavy as well. “People talk about the old school black metal thing from Norway or the Gothenburg sound, which both exist on some level, but in Finland there are so many different bands that sound nothing like each other. In the wake of third album 'Where the Corpses Sink Forever' (2012), the haunting had reached the Americas and started to spread rapidly."Last night I finished my parts for the record," says bassist Henkka Seppälä."We listened to all the songs and fixed what had to be fixed.You shouldn’ t be too comfortable with what you do; you’ ve got to try new things.”But there’ s signature white-knuckle Bodom all over the record as well, songs that slam but then are sweetened by synth legend Janne Warman’ s array of slicing keyboard sounds. Another signatory counterpoint is provided by Seregor's fierce rasping and shrieking vocals.
It’ s got a lot of sadness and hurt and anger in it. But it really is different (laughs).”The Skyclad-meets-Dark Tranquillity of “Morrigan,” with its expert synthesis between keyboards and mid-paced riff, with its thump and near swing feel, is sure to stand out as one of the magic stadium rock moments of the entire Children of Bodom catalogue. The party continues, with the release of the band’ s ninth album, I Worship Chaos, which finds guitar hero for a new generation Alexi Lahio recording for the first time in a four-piece configuration (along with Janne, Jaska and Henkka), given the sudden and recent departure of long-time co-guitarist Roope Latvala from the ranks. But the building of their esteemed career has also been aided an abetted by the simple math of all that work, the intense touring, that inevitable return visit to your town that has made the band’ s shows engaging, personable and energetic thrash parties indelibly stamped on the circuit boards of headbangers worldwide.Says Alexi, “All For Nothing” is very different from anything that we have done before—you would not know that that’ s Children of Bodom. Their trademark whipping guitars are weaving harsh melodies and sinister soundscapes, which are beautifully contrasted by opulent keyboards and majestic orchestrations.That vocal was a challenge to record, but that’ s how it should be. That Till Lindemann (RAMMSTEIN) and Peter Tägtgren (PAIN) have called upon the composition talent of Clemens "Ardek" Wijers is a telling sign of his outstanding mastery of the craft.