CHAOSBREED Announce Another Live Show

CHAOSBREED, the new Finnish death metal supergroup consisting of drummer Nalle Österman (ex-GANDALF), bassist Oppu Laine (ex-AMORPHIS, MANNHAI), guitarist Marko Tarvonen (MOONSORROW), guitarist Esa Holopainen (AMORPHIS), and vocalist Taneli Jarva (ex-SENTENCED, THE BLACK LEAGUE), will play at Tavastia in Helsinki, Finland on August 14. Also appearing on the bill will be FINNTROLL. Tickets will be priced at €8.

As previously reported, CHAOSBREED's debut album, "Brutal", will be recorded in early September at Sunlight Studio in Stockholm, Sweden with producer Tomas Skogsberg. An early 2004 release is expected.

CHAOSBREED, who are currently unsigned, will enter Studio Herzika shortly to record two songs for a limited-edition split-7" with Finnish hardcore veterans RYTMIHÄIRIÖ.

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