Multi-camera video footage of the Edmonton, Alberta, Canada-based metal band THE ORDER OF CHAOS performing the song "Victim Of Circumstance" on Septemer 13 at K17 in Berlin, Germany can be seen below (courtesy of Hardline TV). The clip was filmed during the group's European tour with HELSTAR and EMERALD, which consisted of 15 shows in nine countries.
"Victim Of Circumstance" comes off THE ORDER OF CHAOS's two-song EP, "Sexwitch", which was released in Europe on August 28 as a seven-inch vinyl limited to 500 copies through Killer Metal Records. It is also available for purchase on CD and digital download through iTunes, Bandcamp, and the band's web site.
THE ORDER OF CHAOS features in its ranks current INTO ETERNITY touring singer Amanda Kiernan.
In a February 2012 interview with The Regina Leader-Post, Amanda stated about her decision to join INTO ETERNITY, "I couldn't pass up on the INTO ETERNITY thing because I could never sit at home and wonder what could have been."
She added, "Some of [my THE ORDER OF CHAOS bandmates] might not understand, but I think that in the long run, this will be very good for THE ORDER OF CHAOS. They're a little jealous and upset. But I think I just need to prove to them that I'll work 100 percent at both bands."
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