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End Reign Debut “Chaos Masked As Order” Video, Members Of Full Of Hell & The Legendary Pink Dots Guest


End Reign‘s new single “Chaos Masked As Order” landed online today, June 28th. The song finds the supergroup, who are comprised of current and former members of Integrity, Pig Destroyer, Exhumed and more, joined by Full Of Hell‘s Dylan Walker and Edward Ka-Spel of The Legendary Pink Dots.

The accompanying video was directed by Jeffrey Sisson and continues the arc which began with the video for “Desolate Fog“. Several of the involved parties commented on this new song, with guitarist Domenic Romeo offering:

“There’s always room for a little Slayer worship in my musical stew. Mix in ’90s Earache Records death metal, a dash of angular Voivod riffing and you get ‘Chaos Masked as Order!’ When it came time for us to do the scary guttural vocals, the results were not very scary.

I decided to reach out to my old friend Dylan Walker (Full of Hell), to lend his absolutely terrifying voice to the track…and he delivered! For the ending, I envisioned a calm, sedate and British-sounding voice broadcasting over the PA system in a psych ward. Soothing and unnerving at the same time, my two favorite qualities of The Legendary Pink Dots

Vocalist Mike Score:

“‘Chaos Masked as Order‘ is a reflection of humanity’s fear of the unknown and a need to embrace man made constructs in an attempt to feel secure. These constructs provide the illusion of order and masks the chaos, confusion, and disarray of the natural world.”

Dylan Walker:

“What an honor to contribute vocals on a new track by some old friends. End Reign brings me back to the A389 Records days; a perfect blend of crushingly heavy metal and hardcore finely tuned by musicians with serious chops.”

Edward Ka-Spel:

“When Domenic invited me to contribute to his project, he triggered a fond memory when he suggested a point of reference. That reference was a monologue by the late great comedian, Peter Cook—a man whose irreverence and dark humor always made me smile during my delicate teenage years. My own dark soliloquy probably could never match the great man himself—but it sure was enjoyable to try!”

End Reigns will drop their new album “The Way Of All Flesh Is Decay” on July 14th through Relapse Records.

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