Another all-day event celebrating the phenomenal and diverse range of music that’s starting to grip everyone’s imaginations, this year in the industrial setting of Electrowerkz, behind Angel tube in London. TICKETS (prices include booking fees): Super earlybirds – £11 Earlybirds – £14 1st Wave – £15.99 2nd Wave – £19 3rd Wave – £22 Final Tickets – £24.99 £30 on the door Lineup: Jo Quail – cellist and composer, premiering her new band with members of Wren Sly & The Family Drone – experimental noise, forced to cancel 8 Years Of Chaos due to a horrific road accident, but fighting fit and back …
This month, Kunal was joined by Linz of Vodun, solo producer Metalogue, both of whom have gigs with Chaos Theory coming up in September, and Fluff, who’s recently collaborated with Metalogue.
In this edition, Kunal was joined by Drew and Andrea of Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster, who surprised us with an exclusive premiere of their new single “Truth Escapes”, as well as tunes by some of their influences, plus we played brand new music from some of the acts we’ve announced for the coming autumn of Chaos.
Three bands from around the UK deliver a collective psychedelic thunderpunch of post-metal and doom.
Listen below to our latest podcast, first broadcast on 199radio on Tuesday 3rd July 2018.
Host Kunal is joined by Aditya Bhatt and a few other friends, as they play music of epic proportions.
Witness a veritable FEAST of prog, psych, sludge and rock at The Lexington in Angel, as heavyweights The Fierce & The Dead play through their latest album “The Euphoric” in full and Kylver reveal material from their forthcoming release…
Psychedelic stoner voyages from three awesome bands from Italy and the UK, at The Black Heart in Camden.
Two and a half years after they broke into the wider consciousness with the launch of “Possession”, the defiant fireball that is Vodun return to launch their new album “Ascend” at Oslo in Hackney.
London promoters Wrongpop and Chaos Theory have gotten together for a one-off special event to raise money for Norwood & Brixton Foodbank.
Tickets at £5
100% of ticket sales go to the charity.
Some of the best new underground bands out there have agreed to bring you their sounds for this excellent cause, so it’ll be a phenomenal evening with extra positive vibes.
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.
✞ CHAOS THEORY’s Kunal Singhal DJing his favourite new math metal, noise, rock, sludge, doom, progressive, psychedelic, post-metal and stoner tunes.
Come and celebrate New Year’s Weekend with us at The Dev in Camden, while Chaos Theory’s Kunal will play his favourite math metal, noise rock, sludge, doom, progressive, psychedelic and stoner tunes, while you drink the horrors of 2016 away.
A night of psychedelic and prog rock with satisfyingly quirksome riffs.
An absolutely massive show, as we bring you the London show of Mars Red Sky’s album launch tour.
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.
Fresh from the launch of their physical album All Creatures Strange and their single Rise Of The Royal Reptile at The Facemelter in April, Josh from Sonic Mass answered a few questions for James Black. From the first chord on the album, I hear a very traditional influence here. Being one of the Chaos Theory folk music crew, rock and metal is not my background, but there sounds like a lot of classic rock and metal influences here and you’re not scared to make it known. From the tempos, to the thematic essences of the song. Do you see yourselves as picking up something from past …