CHAOSANCT Schedules London Date

November 17, 2008

CHAOSANCT, the band featuring James McIlroy (guitar; ex-CRADLE OF FILTH) and Matt C. (drums; ex-BIOMECHANICAL),will play Nambucca in London, England on Friday, November 21. Also scheduled to appear are WHEN GODS BURN and CARNAL RITES.

CHAOSANCT has posted two tracks — "I of Goliath" and "Slither" — on the band's MySpace page. The songs come off the group's self-produced four-song "I of Goliath" demo/EP.


James McIlroy (ex-CRADLE OF FILTH) - Guitar
Matt C. (ex-BIOMECHANICAL) - Drums
David R. Kuchta - Vocals
Andrew Ongley (SAMAS TRAUM) - Guitar
Tilman Wolff-Moore (SAMSAS TRAUM) – Bass

The band is currently shopping the demo to interested labels and is hoping to begin work on its debut album during the coming months.

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