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Chaosanct

Formed: 2006
From: London, United Kingdom
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Chaosanct News

Below is our complete Chaosanct news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Chaosanct Reveals New EP Cover Artwork

Chaosanct has issued the following update about revealing the cover art for their upcoming EP "The Ascendance of Impurity:"

"A little update before the music is officially unveiled shortly, but here is the cover artwork along with our new logo! This is also the print on our first ever tshirt which will be available as soon as we get it up on ebay or the web store :)

"We'll be putting up some new tracks, and some o the older tracks up online soon, with the older ones now featuring the ferocious guitarwork of our resident fretboard wizard Paul Scanlan!"

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Chaosanct Issues Recording Update

Chaosanct has issued the following update about the recording of their new EP:

"Well, we've been busy polishing off the new EP, currently mixing and mastering it, and getting the cover sorted out as well as the new improved logo, so everything is go, with Tilman once again at the mixing and production helm of it all!

"So far it sounds cracking, and we're all excited about unleashing it upon the world :)

"Further to that, we've also gone and let Paul Scanlan loose on the old tracks we have from the I of Goliath EP, and whilst not a rerecording, and more of an update, it is consolidating us as a band, and letting his talents shine through.

"This coming weekend we're playing Tsunami Fest , a 3 day travelling festival around Holland, so once we get back from that, and the dust has settled, we'll be getting round to updating everything, and putting some more tracks online, both new, and old ones lightly touched up with some added spice!

"Not only that, but there's also some stuff coming that people have been asking for for a while, which we'll announce soon as it is available!"

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Chaosanct Issues New EP Recording Update

London based metal band Chaosanct, featuring former Cradle of Filth guitar player James McIlroy, has issued the following update about the recording of a new EP:

"Just to keep you guys updated, we've just finished tracking rythm guitars as of last night, and are a few solo's away from completing all the guitars, which is a relief, as they've taken long enough, however, they are sounding way better than the last demo already, and that's unmixed, which is very very cool :)

"Anyway, Tilman starts his bass tracking today, and the last of the guitars are scheduled for this week, after which it'll just be down to Dave to do his vocals.

"We're on schedule, so barring natural disasters we should have it done by May!"

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Chaosanct Auditoning For New Guitarist

London metal band Chaosanct has issued the following statement about auditioning for a new guitarist:

"We've started auditioning, and come next week hopefully we'll be a full band again! So far the quality has been astounding and we're all really happy, one thing's for sure, it's going to be a tough final decision!

"Apart from that, we'll then be looking to get our new recruit up to speed (whoever it is) and putting some more things up for you to listen to. Basically, we're not dead, watch this space!"

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Ex-CoF and Biomechanical Members Form Band

Former CRADLE OF FILTH guitarist James McIlroy — who left the band in 2005 — has joined forces with ex-BIOMECHANICAL drummer Matt C. in a new band called CHAOSANCT. The group is currently shopping a demo to interested labels and is hoping to begin work on its debut album later in the year. Among the songtitles that appear on the CD are "I of Goliath" and "Slither."

CHAOSANCT is:

James McIlroy (ex-CRADLE OF FILTH) - Guitar
Matt C (ex-BIOMECHANICAL) - Drums
Dave R Kuchta - Vocals
Andrew Ongley (SAMAS TRAUM) - Guitar
Tilman Wolff-Moore (SAMSAS TRAUM) - Bass

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