NERVOCHAOS - BRAZIL

Pay Back Time – 1998 – Muvuca
Legion Of Spirits Infernal – 2002 – Tumba/Destroyer
Quarrel In Hell – 2006 – Tumba/Ibex Moon
Battalions Of Hate – 2010 - Tumba
Live Rituals – 2011 - Tumba
To The Death – 2013 - Cogumelo
The Art Of Vengeance – 2014 - Cogumelo
Nyctophilia – 2017 – Greyhaze


  
 
Members

S= Skullkrusher>>Sidney Becky>>Skullkrusher - César Covero - Daniel Blasphemoon - LAURO NIGHTREALM
G= Siegrid Ingrid, Skullkrusher, Reviolence>>Sidney Becky>>Reviolence, Skullkrusher – Endrah>>César Covero>>Endrah, Voodoopriest – Vinícius>>Reffugo - Bestial Atrocity, Queiron, Incinerad>>LAURO NIGHTREALM [LAURO NIGHTREALM]>>Incinerad
B= Siegrid Ingrid>>Thomas>>Acid Storm - Spiral Zone, Zero Vision>>Hareton - Amazarak>>Thiago Anduscias>>Amazarak, Esgaroth - Felipe "BF" – Amazarak, Esgaroth>>THIAGO ANDUSCIAS
D= Siegrid Ingrid>>EDUARDO LANE



History

The band was founded in São Paulo in 1996. Drummer Eduardo Lane owned Muvuca/Tumba Productions and released the band’s work from 1997 until 2013. The NervoChaos demo appeared in 1996. Thiago Anduscias left in 2008, but returned eight years later. Brazilian black/death metal band Nervochaos released a new album, To The Death, on January 22nd 2013 through Greyhaze Records.

The band changes line-ups all the time. It has opened for dozens of bands including Venom, Krisiun, Napalm Death, Kreator, Dismember, Agnostic Front, Pentagram, ENT and others.

Reviews

NERVOCHAOS - QUARREL IN HELL - IBEX MOON  
The band’s cover artwork looks like a Krisiun album’s and lo and behold the group indeed hails from the South American country. Alex Camargo, and several other notables, of Krisiun also guests on the album. Quarrel In Hell is not as tight and precise an album as any of Krisiun’s works, but the group delivers an unbridled and pure a death metal work as any and has been around for at least ten years. The emphasis is on heavy riffs and the deep grunts signing the praises of death and the underworld. There is a good amount of Cannibal Corpse worship on display. Putrid Pleasures is an obvious example. Everlasting Death has a nice guitar solo on it that only serves to highlight the puzzling lack of leads on the album. Quarrel In Hell sneaks in a Motörhead cover of the song Iron Fist right past its outro. Originally issued by Tumba Records, which is owned by the band’s drummer, this edition is made available in the United States. - Ali “The Metallian”




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