Second half of the nineties, out of nowhere, there was Length Of Time. A new definition of metal core was written with their first full length “approach to the new world”.

One of the darkest metalcore albums ever, with a perfect combination of hardcore groove, metal riffing and atmosphere. Unknown quality back in the days, never done better since. The nerve-racking beginning of “a devil in a modern world” still gives goosebumps in 2019.

In the second half of the 90’s, Brussels had several well known Hardcore bands, like Deviate, Backstabbers and Out For Blood. Being most of the time in the same building for band practice at some point a few guys from these bands got together to jam. Not much later a new project saw daylight by the name “Length Of Time”. Pretty soon they released a more than impressive demo, filled with an aggressive mix of Hardcore and Metal; mind blowing bone crushing riffs and juggernaut like grooves yet still varied with moments of delicateness as well as lashings of melodic breaks.
The rest is history. Length Of Time was no longer a side project, but became a cult name within the Hardcore scene.
Licensed from Length Of Time, originally released on Goodlife Recordings in 1998.

Track list:
side A
A Devil In A Modern World
Loving Your Enemies
Better Evil
Blood Is The Human Race
Tendence To Divide

side B
Approach To The New World
Fear The Apocalyptic Reborn
We Choose The Violent Way
Straight To Hell
Unavoidable Changes
Revenge For
Act Of Ignorance
Do What Must Be Done

(GSR Records)