Brazilian thrashers Chaosfear have entered the studio to record their new album, entitled "Images Of Disorder". The follow-up to "One Step Behind Anger" "will include 10 new songs and will be recorded with our original lineup," according to drummer Danilo De Freitas.

For more pictures of the recording sessions, go to

"Images Of Disorder" is scheduled for release in the fall/winter through Old School Metal Records.

Chaosfear was recently rejoined by original guitarist Edu Boccomino. [Link]

After quitting Scars, Boccomino was interested in joining up with his brother Fernando once again. "Everything happened so naturally because we have been friends for such a long time," Chaosfear previously said in a statement. "We just had a quick talk and started playing again. The band is very excited to have the original lineup back together."

Band profile: Chaosfear
Posted: 23.03.2008 by Thryce


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Syk - 24.03.2008 at 04:25  
This could be quite good, what I've heard from OSBA was a big improvement over their demo. Still quite a way to go before they knock Chaos Creation off as my favourite Chaos _ thrash band...
Thryce - 24.03.2008 at 17:04  
Written by Syk on 24.03.2008 at 04:25

Still quite a way to go before they knock Chaos Creation off as my favourite Chaos _ thrash band...

Nice one indeed. Mine would be Chaosphere (Pol).
Glad we could exchange recommendations.
Born-2rise - 24.03.2008 at 20:11  
wow already a new album?!?!?!

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