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It only seems like yesterday that Mexico's melodic death metal quartet Nuclear Chaos released the second record "Ruins Of The Future." That release also came with the band's first ever music video "Suffocate" which featured guest vocals from none other than David Vincent of Morbid Angel fame. Having been on the road including a stint in Europe playing at prestigious events such as Wacken Open Air and Metal Days we're now over half way through 2016 and the band have been busy tracking the follow up to that release.
The band comments, "The new record is very different from what we did in the past but it keeps the Nuclear Chaos essence intact. The album will contain many different influences going from melodic death metal to latin metal. We are very excited about this release and this album will show a stronger and more mature Nuclear Chaos."
With a title yet to be revealed, and a release date slated for early 2017 the band have a new single to bridge the gap. Coinciding with the new single, entitled "Shockwave," the band has also unleashed a new music video for it. The video was shot in Templo San Lázaro (St. Lazarus Temple), an abandoned church from the 1520's in Mexico City. It was shot, directed and edited by Frank Fletcher and Ponce Chiefs from the Mexican studios Soberbios Films.
"'Shockwave' is an allusion to what we have lived in the past years," comments the band. "It shows a metaphor of how we overcame some personal problems that we will carry as chains forever. They will always be there as a reminder of what we have gone through but they also show that what doesn't destroy you will make you rise stronger."
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Nuclear Chaos is offering it's recent album, "Ruins of the Future," as a free download at this location. The eleven-song "Ruins of the Future" marks the first new material from this Mexican metalcore band since it's 2009 debut EP "No Mercy, No Forgiveness" and the eponymous 2010 EP. Below is the first official video spawned from the new album for the track "Insane."