CHAOS DOCTRINE Release Visualiser Video For Their Unique Cover Version Of ‘BEDS ARE BURNING’ By MIDNIGHT OIL.
Ever Metal are Incredibly proud to exclusively premiere the brand new visualiser video by South African Industrial Thrash Machines CHAOS DOCTRINE!
In their tradition of covering great classics between major releases, CHAOS DOCTRINE is paying tribute to iconic Australian Rock Band MIDNIGHT OIL with a unique rendition of their classic 1987 cult classic ‘BEDS ARE BURNING’ from the “DIESEL AND DUST” album!
Huge thanks to Chaos Doctrine for, once again, having faith in us and to Devographic Music Media for the opportunity!
Burn Those Beds and Bang Your Heads!
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ABOUT CHAOS DOCTRINE:
Chaos Doctrine brings a unique and modern metal assault by blending old school thrash and death with aggressive industrial metal. Originally formed in 2011 in Johannesburg, South Africa by vocalist Dr D (Bedlam, Malachi, DedX), the band line up is completed by veteran guitarist and band producer Alec Surridge (Sacraphyx, The Warinsane), bass guitarist, backing vocalist and band visual artist Phil Carstens (DedX), and explosive drummer Hannes Matthysen (Chromium & The Drift).
For its members, Chaos Doctrine is more than a band…it is a comprehensive sensory experience and a brand. Everything the band produces conveys this; from the band name itself, their aggressive sonic releases, explosive live shows, dystopic visual products, and stabbing lyrical content. Chaos Doctrine explores the shadow of the human condition; hatred, brutality, decay. Their approach is unrelenting, fuelled by rage and void of apology.
This is aggression. This is Chaos Doctrine!
Daniel Burger ‘Dr D’ – Vocals
Alec Surridge – Guitar
Hannes Matthysen – Drums
Phil Carstens – Bass & Backing Vocals
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