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23rd October | Evi Vine + Common Eider, King Eider (USA) + Drekka (USA)

An evening of powerful post-rock, drone, ambient, doom and dark folk from the UK and USA, at The Victoria in Dalston.

Chaos Theory radio podcast 8/5/18

Our latest podcast is now up for streaming! CT founder Kunal plays music from all of our upcoming gigs in May, June and July and lets you know just why you need to see these bands.

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28th May | Author & Punisher (USA), Trepaneringsritualen (Swe), Vera Bremerton, Towards Collapse DJs

An evening of heavy electronics, innovative drone, ritual ambient doom and industrial music, from international pioneers of hardware and noise. Our first event at Electrowerkz in Angel.

Chaos Theory Radio Show 24/10/17

Another podcast of the Chaos Theory radio show on 199radio, first broadcast on Tuesday 24th October 2017.

This time Kunal is joined by special guests Sara Tibbers and Chris Parker, who organise gigs and manage the bar at legendary metal pub The Dev.

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Chaos Theory DJ set after Elephant Tree, Old Man Lizard and Sky:Lark

The Dev presents: ✞ Elephant Tree -Rock/Blues/Doom/Stoner with a garnish of parsley from London. https://www.facebook.com/elephanttreeband/ + ✞ Old Man Lizard -Stoner- noir/ Country- sludge from Sudbury, Suffolk. https://www.facebook.com/oldmanlizard/ + ✞ Sky:Lark! -Noise Rock and Roll from Margate + Bridgnorth. + Kunal Singhal from CHAOS THEORY DJing in between and afterwards! Live music from 7PM till 10:30PM Bar open till midnight ✞✞✞ FREE ENTRY ✞✞✞

Live set at The Nightmare Continues IV at Kamio, London

I played short DJ sets before each of Necro Deathmort, Bong, 11Paranoias, Ghold and Bodies On Everest played at Kamio in London for Old Empire’s event, so I put these together for you to kick back to and fondly think of precious memories of standing around the upstairs bar waiting for the next band to start.

Chad Murray enters the coven of the Space Witch

I have to admit that I’d never heard of Space Witch before seeing that they were playing a show with Chaos Theory; they’re very fucking good. I wouldn’t completely lock them into the doom metal bracket but, if you’ve not heard them, they’re definitely very, very bong-friendly.

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21st September | Helen Money, Kuro, A-Sun Amissa

An evening of drone, ambient electronics, doom strings and free jazz from world renowned musicians.

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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.

Stoner, psych, doom and experimental DJ set

Our gig booker Kunal has started having a go at making DJ sets.

Here’s his third one, featuring tracks by Casual Nun, Taman Shud, Elephant Tree, Kurokuma, Earthmass, Slomatics, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard, Hey Colossus, Dethscalator, Neurosis and Kyuss.

5th August | The Facemelter: Massacres, DKH, Captive

This month we get to go wild to a bunch of new hardcore, punk and metal bands.

3rd June | The Facemelter: HAG, The Guts, We Wild Blood

A hearty feast of live sludge, hardcore, noise and math metal from projects old and new at The Black Heart in Camden.

7th April | Vodun ‘Possession album launch’ + Limb + Casual Nun

A massive double headline bill with riff monsters Vodun, who are launching their debut album ‘Possession’, and Limb, who just released their latest album ‘Terminal’ last year.

Friday 4 December | The Facemelter: The Day Of Locusts, Casual Nun, VODUN

It’s the last Facemelter, and Chaos Theory gig, of the year! Join us for one final bash of sludge, metal, doom, noise rock and heavy psych.

Chaos Theory’s best gigs of 2014

One of the main reasons we promote live music is because seeing musicians play, feel, interact and bare their souls on stage can make or break your opinion of their creations. Here are each of our top bands that either we never knew existed or, more importantly, we did know existed but didn’t really love until we saw them perform live.