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Montreal, QC – January 18, 2019
For fans of Arch Enemy, Jinjer, Unleash The Archers, Nightwish, Kobra and The Lotus
Canada’s THE ORDER OF CHAOS Announce Indian Festival Tour (Spring Fest & Alcheringa)
New EP Out Now! “Night Terror”
Canada’s world-renowned power metal group The Order of Chaos have just announced their Indian tour, which will see them play two massive festivals in the country on January 24 and Feb 2, 2019.
The first stop will be a performance at IIT Kharagpur’s Spring Fest in the district of West Bengal on January 24th. Founded in 1960, the social and cultural fest of elite engineering institution IIT Kharagpur, Spring Fest is a celebration with responsibility. A splendid platform for the spectacular display of the diverse talents of today’s youth, Spring Fest always has an underlying social theme. With a plethora of events in the genres of dance, music, photography, dramatics, literary, fine arts and social events, Spring Fest is proud to become the defining platform for some of the most accomplished artists in these diverse fields and for spreading social awareness in youth.
The second stop will be at Alcheringa at IIT Guwahati in the province of Assam on February 2nd. Popularly known as “Alcher”, it is the annual cultural festival of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati. Since its inception in 1996, Alcher has served as a pioneer of art & culture for the youth. In a span of 22 years, it has grown exponentially and is now one of the biggest college level socio-cultural fest in India featuring events in sports, politics, art, and music.
The band is extremely pleased to be embarking on this tour, Barrett Klesko comments:
“India is not just an amazing country to visit, but it has one of the most vibrant and dedicated metal communities on the planet. It’s also the perfect place to debut a handful of new material in advance of our next album.”
Music Video – “Night Terror” – Watch here.
EP Stream – Listen here.
1. Night Terror (4:11)
2. False Security (3:45)
3. New World Order (4:27)
EP Length: 12:23
Produced by Nathan Kidd and Dave Stoten at Method Music Productions (Edmonton)
Mastered by Studio 57 (Finland)
EP Line Up:
Amanda Kiernan – Vocals
John Simon Fallon – Guitar
John Saturley – Guitar
Dylan Hyles – Drums
Barrett Klesko – Bass
Live Line Up:
Amanda Kiernan: Vocals
Simon Fallon: Guitar
John Saturley: Guitar
Barrett Klesko: Bass, Vocals
Jonathan Webster: Drums
EPK – https://wp.me/pciNW-bgC
With three albums and an EP under their belt, the band has the experience needed to unleash a convincing torrent of brand new material that will redefine genres and carve a path no heavy metal band has even attempted to produce. Meet Amanda Kiernan, a hurricane of live intensity and energy unmatched by her peers. From soaring melodic choruses to gritty, in your face thrash, she doesn’t let up for a moment. Her unique take on metal vocals and prowess as a hybrid singer has affirmed her place in metal history. Backed by the dueling guitar virtuosity of John Simon Fallon and John Saturley, and the brick wall rhythm section of Barrett Klesko and Jonathan Webster, this band is something that must truly be seen to be believed.
2018 – Night Terror – EP
2015 – Apocalypse Moon – LP (Killer Metal Records)
2012 – Sexwitch – EP (Killer Metal Records)
2011 – Burn These Dreams – LP (Killer Metal Records)
2009 – Self-Titled – LP
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“The Order of Chaos is one of the best bands ever to come out of Edmonton. Their show stacks up next to any international festival act” – Darryl Bowers, Boonstock Festival
“The Order of Chaos is the fucking warning that metal is still alive and that female vocalists are more than masturbation fodder. After the 3 years gone, they have not only returned, they have taken over. This is one of the best cds of 2015. You have been warned, this is the year of Chaos.” – Wicked Channel
“Their compositions are characterized by speed, highly skilled guitar playing that reflects on the solo and the lead parts of their music and of course melody that is combined with grooves and some thrash and melodic death metal riffs.” – Nick Parastatidis (Behind the Veil)