Bart D. : Let's start with the bad news: Kaos Krew didn't re-check their grammar since they sent us their promo for this record in May 2009. Their eyes still "dries" in their head. The good news is that their album 'GlobalFobia' is more enjoyable than the promo promoted. The six added songs make for a more diverse ride. 'Which Bitch' starts off like a Pantera song, and though lyrically the band still has not got much of a message, the vocals aren't really disturbing. But, glad to say since this is a mostly instrumental affair, they aren't missed on other tracks either. A lot is happening. In 'Overdose' one can even hear Steve Vai as influence, not only in the guitarwork but also in the rhythmic style of the song. And this is exactly the strong point of 'GlobalFobia': they are not afraid to take in influences from all over the globe.
Kaos Krew doesn't forget to throw in a neat cover of Focus' 'Hocus Pocus' to enlighten our hearts with a fat grooving version of the original. Every song has twists that make sure you won't get bored. All in all this is a pretty diverse record to which you can easily relax and chill out - the heavy way.