THE ORDER OF CHAOS To Release Debut Next Month

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada-based female-fronted hard rockers THE ORDER OF CHAOS will release their debut independent album on June 5. The CD was produced by Kevin Hoskin and co-produced and mixed by Bill Kennedy, who has worked with such acts as MEGADETH, TESTAMENT, NINE INCH NAILS, MARILYN MANSON and MORBID ANGEL. It is currently being mastered in Los Angeles by Tom Baker, who has previously worked on albums by the likes of JUDAS PRIEST, NINE INCH NAILS, MÖTLEY CRÜE, ALICE COOPER and ROB ZOMBIE.

According to a press release, "This very original-sounding album is dominated my the crass and growly vocals of gorgeous frontwoman Amanda Kiernan, and the rhythm section is highly emphasized by the solid and powerfull guitar performances provided by John Simon Fallon and John Saturley. The band would not be complete without the solid backbone provided by Tim Prevost on drums and Sterling Burrows on bass."

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