Posts Tagged ‘Kaoteon

Horn Up Podcast: Episode 48

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Kaoteon’s latest album, self-titled is said to be “created in a state of flow between time and dust from broken to reborn souls.” What does that mean? And why should you care? Answers to that and more as wecatch up with Anthony Kaoteon, founder of Kaoteon, a band with origins in the devastated Middle East and a sound blending a brutally dark atmosphere that ranges from anthemic post-rock to oriental/Middle Eastern folklore and incendiary lyrics driven by the band’s background in turbulent Beirut, Lebanon.

Written by trendcrusher

January 21, 2020 at 11:02 am


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Kaoteon are a extreme metal band from the Middle East. The band formed 20 years ago in Beirut, Lebanon and released their debut album Veni Vidi Vomui in 2011 via Osmose Productions. Last month, they self released their latest album, Damnatio Memoriae. The scathing release features Fredrik Widigs (Marduk) and Linus Klausenitzer (Obscura and Alkaloid) on on Drums and Bass respectively.

I spoke to the band about Damnatio Memoriae and being a metal band in the Middle East for the past two decades.

Read my interview on Moshpitnation


Written by trendcrusher

May 12, 2018 at 11:00 am