New Chaos Theory radio podcast w/ Sonic Grave

Stream our latest podcast, crammed with a very diverse range of experimental music. First aired on 199radio on Tuesday 13th March 2018, this month CT founder Kunal invited special guest Toby Cook of other London promotion Sonic Grave. Hope you enjoy!

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7th July | The Facemelter: KHOST (album launch), Harrowed, VOID

A night of dark, industrial, hardcore and experimental metal, tipping us over the edge into unfathomable grimness at The Black Heart in Camden.

Father Murphy: the sound of Catholic guilt

Our week of articles about the genius artists we get to work with comes to an end with Father Murphy, possibly the most mindbending act we’ve ever worked with, before they join us tomorrow with Muscle and Marrow at New River Studios.

Loss and Love: Muscle and Marrow’s journey

We continue our week of daily articles about the experimental artists performing at our events this week.

Today we focus on Muscle and Marrow, who bring their new album tour to New River Studios on Saturday, alongside Father Murphy.

Tolerance Manoeuvre open for Father Murphy/Muscle and Marrow

Over the next few days we’ll share some news about the bands performing at New River Studios on Saturday.

We’re very glad to say that Tolerance Manoeuvre will be opening the proceedings ahead of Muscle and Marrow and Father Murphy.

24th September | Father Murphy, Muscle and Marrow, Tolerance Manoeuvre

A special event, featuring two projects from dark experimental label The Flenser from the USA and Italy. In the amazing artist community venue that is New River Studios. This will be a stimulating experience.

23rd May | Special Event: Father Murphy (It), Petrels + Krawwl

A special one-off show with Italian avant garde Occult duo Father Murphy touring their latest album ‘Croce’, drone, soundscape and synth pioneer Petrels performing a solo set and new project by ex-Altar Of Plagues members, KRAWWL, performing experimental ambient black metal.

YGODEH – voicing the disintegration of society

We managed to send some questions to Piton, guitarist and synth programmer for experimental death metal band YGODEH, to find out more about their recently released second album, Inside The Womb Of Horizonless Dystopia, before they open at The Facemelter this Friday 8th August at The Black Heart. Photo by Magda Wrzeszcz ———————————————— You have been around for a few years now. How has the band changed and evolved? More importantly what hasn’t changed? What’s the the concept, idea or value system that sustains and unifies the band? We’ve been active in the UK for approximately 2 yrs and with …