The beating heart of The Death Wheelers is a rumbling engine. Since their self-titled debut in 2015 and in 2020's cinematic-storytelling breakout 'Divine Filth', the Canadian outfit have tapped into wind-through-hair freedom and careened down open roads of groove. Their third record, 'Chaos And The Art Of Motorcycle Madness', more than lives up to its name on all fronts. The band draws from classic underground metal, scummer heavy rock and cast themselves into a cauldron of cultish biker devil worship, reveling in any and all post-apocalyptic dystopias with genuine glee at having just seen the world eat itself. Even with some surf guitar. Crazy things can happen.