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New Album "The Flame Unleashed" Announced By Khaotika

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On April 6, 2015, Atlanta's Khaotika was involved in a horrible accident while on tour with Huntsville's Wormreich. The accident claimed the life of drummer Nick Crisostomo (a/k/a Dyret) as well as Wormreich guitarist/keyboardist Ian A. McKinney and live bassist Paul Truesdell. It also left Khaotika vocalist Lariyah with life threatening injuries.

Through patience and determination, Lariyah not only recovered...but flourished. Having nearly fully recovered, Khaotika entered the studio earlier this month to record the debut full length album "The Flame Unleashed." The album is set for release on November 11th, with pre-orders available on October 2nd.

The album will come as a digipak with a 20-page-booklet with lyrics, photographs and artwork insert. For the first 100 pre-orders, there will be an option for an additional folded poster insert with unpublished photos and personal notes from each member.

The band will premiere a new music video for the brand new track "Heretik Within" on October 1st, right here on Metal Underground.com.

"The Flame Unleashed" was mixed in S. Prian Studio in Atlanta by Scott Prian with engineer Paul Golden and mastered by Tore Sjerna (Watain, Mayhem, Destroyer 666).

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1. phoenixdemon writes:

Khaotika are a great band,looking forward to hearing this new release.

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2. Pistol Schmidt writes:

hope to see ya in Germany soon!

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