Endless Chaos releases Paths to Containment

Endless Chaos releases Paths to Containment


Sat · October 14, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 1:00 am)


This event is all ages

Endless Chaos
Abrasive, energetic and chaotic, Winnipeg, Manitoba's death/thrash five-piece Endless Chaos is on a mission to get metal fans feeding off its energy and to bring chaos into their world.

After sharing the stage with Skeletonwitch, 3 Inches of Blood, Untimely Demise, Artillery, Wretched, Aborted, Toxic Holocaust and plenty of other, the band's direction was clear and Endless Chaos set out to carefully craft its debut EP, 'Rejected Atrocity'.

Inspired by one of the finest horror movies of all time, Re-Animator, 'Rejected Atrocity' will "give you the best taste of what's to come of Endless Chaos," says vocalist Jordan Dorge. "When we were writing these songs, we really took in everything we love about death, thrash and black metal and incorporated it into Endless Chaos."

All there's left to do now is bring forth the endless chaos.
Eyam is an incomparable death metal act from Winnipeg, Manitoba, manipulating elements of Doom, Black, and Progressive metal, combined with chilling vocals and haunting subject matter. In 2011 the band released their first self-titled EP, as well as a music video, “Architects of Starvation”. Since then, Eyam has secured a spot on Eric Greif’s Death (Tribute to Chuck Schuldiner) show in Calgary, and has performed shows with such metal acts as Marduk, Arsis, Into Eternity, Krisiun, and Massacre. Throughout 2013, vocalist Chuck Labossiere toured with metal legends, Broken Hope, outside the U.S. on multiple dates throughout Canada and Europe. Upon Chuck’s return, Eyam completed their second 5 track EP, “The Parasitic Breed” released Sept. 20/2013. Influenced but not limited to the musical styles of Opeth, Behemoth, and Dimmu Borgir, “The Parasitic Breed” entrenches and expands Eyam’s sonic pallet while capturing the raw aggression of their live performance.
Venue Information:
The Park Theatre
698 Osborne Street
Winnipeg, MB, R3L 2B9