Children of Bodom: I Worship Chaos

Children of Bodom: I Worship Chaos

By Jedd Beaudoin

Having lost one longtime member before hasn't stopped Children of Bodom from dishing up another serving of their unique brand of metal. 13 Oct 2015 // 2:20 AM

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