Brazilian Thrashers CAOS Release Debut EP

Brazilian thrash metal band CAOS have just released their debut EP, "Está Tudo Errado", through Against Records. The album was recorded between October 2004 and January 2005 in Curitiba, Brazil. "This is our second release — we recorded a single last year — and we hope that more and more people listen to our music around the world," said vocalist Weliton Rosário.

"Está Tudo Errado" track listing:

01. Basta Estar Vivo
02. Bandido ou Bandido
03. Quem é o Culpado?
04. Traição e Ódio

A second version of the EP will be released next month with such multimedia features as videos, documentary footage, photo galleries, web links, and a remix track. A demo version of the song "Quem é o Culpado?" is available for download at the band's web site.

CAOS consists of Weliton Rozário (guitar and vocals), Maicon (drums) and Leandro (bass).


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