CHAOSANCT Begins Recording Full-Length Debut

CHAOSANCT, the U.K.-based metal band featuring James McIlroy (guitar; ex-CRADLE OF FILTH), Matt C. (drums; ex-BIOMECHANICAL), and Paul Scanlan (guitar; SKALDIC CURSE, ex-AKERCOCKE), has entered the studio to begin recording its full-length debut. According to James, "We've laid down 11-12 tracks of pure metal fury, and can't wait to get the guitars and bass done so Dave [R. Kuchta] can embellish it with his unique vocals." He adds, "So far the aim is to get all tracking done slowly but surely over this summer, for late summer mixing followed by having it all finished up by September/October, so there's not too long to go and a lot to do."

CHAOSANCT will debut some of its new material when it supports BEHOLDER at the Scala in London on July 23.


James McIlroy (ex-CRADLE OF FILTH) - Guitar
Matt C. (ex-BIOMECHANICAL) - Drums
David R. Kuchta - Vocals
Paul Scanlan (SKALDIC CURSE, ex-AKERCOCKE) - Guitar
Tilman Wolff-Moore (SAMSAS TRAUM) - Bass

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