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), have launched their official web site at this location.
As previously reported, CHAOSBREED are currently rehearsing material for a full-length album, to be recorded in August at Sunlight Studio in Stockholm, Sweden with producer Tomas Skogsberg. The group's debut three-song demo, "Unleashed Carnage", is presently being distributed through the Internet with a view toward procuring a suitable record deal for the group
CHAOSBREED, whose first live show will take place on Friday, July 11 at the Stella Star Club in Helsinki, Finland during the Tuska Festival weekend, draw influences from "many directions, but some associations can be drawn to such artists as ENTOMBED, DISMEMBER, CARNAGE, GRAVE, UNLEASHED, AUTOPSY, REPULSION, CARCASS, SLAYER and MORBID ANGEL," according to an official press release.
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