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Seven Steps

by Chaos in Question

A fusion of hard rock, metal, and grunge creating a hard hitting, yet melodic album you can pump your fist to. If you like Breaking Benjamin, you'll love this.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Tomorrow's Sorrow
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2. Unfortunately
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3. Beneath These Stones
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4. Everything You Say
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5. Ashes
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6. No Sunrise
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7. Tom vs. Time
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8. Balance
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9. Seven Steps
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Album Notes
“Seven Steps is a heavy album infused with soft undertones that make up the perfect blend of rock and metal.” –Jordan Sarah Weatherhead; Detroit Live journalist.

On July 27th a new and exciting album hit the music scene that fans had been impatiently awaiting. “Seven Steps” by Chaos in Question, a band hailing from the Fargo, North Dakota area, has finally dropped and longtime admirers of the band couldn’t be more thrilled. This is the band’s first full length album complete with nine hard hitting and action packed songs infused with rock and metal.

In the beautifully haunting intro to their featured song, Seven Steps, you can almost hear a small blend of a throwback classic rock sound. When lead singer Jeff Lee sings the first line, “You say that I’m not good for nothing; but nothing’s set in stone”, you can hear the uniqueness of his voice and the determination in the lyrics. There is a gorgeous musical break and this is when the song really hits its peak. Listeners find themselves feeling a build up to the bridge and a sense of rock ambition that only Chaos in Question can deliver. When Jeff Lee returns to take it home, fans glide right into the end of the song and hit repeat.

Chaos in Question has been finding great success for a band from the small city of Fargo, ND. On May 30th, 2012 they had the extreme opportunity to open for Buckcherry at a local Fargo venue. “It was the most insane thing we’ve ever done,” says lead guitarist Aaron Dorval, “The fan’s energy was incredible!” Gaining more notoriety from the opening of Buckcherry and being featured on Rock 102’s The Boneyard, the band is achieving huge momentum in not just Fargo, but surrounding areas of the tri-state as well. This is a band to be watched and rooting for. Fargo is buzzing about their new album and the future to come for the determined Chaos in Question members.


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Saul Manilla

SEVEN STEPS: Words of Caution
The debut album by CHAOS IN QUESTION is a staggering display of intense, progressive metal. However, be forewarned: your copy of SEVEN STEPS should not be stored alongside your other cds, as it causes them to become so embarrassed that their little holes seal up, rendering them useless.