Grindcore . . . I think
So maybe this will come out sounding stupid. But it seems to me Gods of Chaos have created something unique here, combining grindcore with a strong flavor of modern US black metal.
My only "brilliant" analogy here is that they sound like the grindcore equivalent of Krallice. But after I came up with that, I found out that Krallice's Colin Martson produced it, so maybe it's not so brilliant after all. It's easy enough to see that influence. The vocals are simply psychotic black metal screeches, more or less. Plenty of the riffs have that high, weird, dissonant Krallice quality to them, and many are played in a tremolo style. They also pile on some weird uses of feedback.
The songs don't run by at the bewildering pace of, say, Gridlink. Considering how strange the music is, it can be just as wild. And honestly, who can resist a song titled "Grinning with an Erection at the Gallows"?
The Verdict: I am emphatically not an expert in grindcore, but I can guarantee I've never heard anything like Gods of Chaos. I give March into Perdition 4 out of 5 stars.
The Path Less Traveled Records