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Vinyl LP pressing. Chaos is the brand new full length album from Attila, one of rock & metals most controversial bands. Lightning rod frontman Chris 'Fronz' Fronzak spoke about how the swift follow-up to 2014's Guilty Pleasure is a return to Attila's roots, saying, "We sat down in a room together and asked, 'What did we do when we wrote the first few albums that we don't do anymore?' We realized the thing we'd stopped doing was getting together and jamming in a basement. It's so easy for bands to sit around a computer and create music. It's too easy to forget to jam the songs in person, on real instruments. Everything about Chos is real, because we all met up in Georgia, right near the basement where we used to meet up when we were living off Taco Bell." Politically incorrect, razor sharp and chock full of the band's signature lyrical mayhem, the perfectly titled Chaos comes preceded by the outrageous and out of order cuts "Public Apology" and "Ignite."