Modern metalcore outfit Chaoseum are releasing their new album ‘Second Life’ this September 25th,

 

CHAOSEUM create energetic music in a modern metalcore style. A polyvalent voice adds personality and another aspect to the songs. The musicians’ have custom makeup as well as a theatrical side to their show which captivates the public.

 

The band was founded in 2018 by Loic Duruz and Valery Veings, both former guitarists of the symphonic metal band ELFERYA. Their first album “First Step To Hell” contains 11 songs and was released in September of the same year with Lola van Lo as the singer and Greg Turini as the drummer, both former ELFERYA musicians as well. This album was recorded at the Chaos Studio and mixed by Izakar at the Full Metal Studio. The artwork was entrusted with Gustavo Sazes.

 

In February 2019, CHAOSEUM joined SOUFLY in the USA for a tour of seven concerts on the East Coast. Afterwards, back in Switzerland, the singer left the band and then CK Smile joined. The song “First Step To Hell” was subsequently rerecorded.

 

A limited-edition Live album was recorded at the band’s second concert with CK as a frontman. It was released under the name “Live In Hell – Les Docks Lausanne 2019”. 

 

In September of 2019, the band joined TARJA (Ex-NIGHTWISH) for a tour in Russia. It had considerable success with Russian metal fans.

 

Representing the Xvive brand, CHAOSEUM went to Los Angeles in order to perform at the Namm – the largest music trade show. There, the band also took the opportunity to play at the legendary Whisky a Go Go.

 

A few weeks later, the foursome released the first single from their upcoming album “Second Life” titled “Into My Split”.

 

“Second Life” will be released on September 25th, 2020. It was recorded at both the Chaos Studio and the Conatus Studio. Gwen Kerjan from the Slab Sound Studio was in charge of the mix, and as always, Gustavo Sazestakes took care of the artwork.

 

Due to Covid-19, the European tour with FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE is unfortunately postponed until October 2021.

  

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