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Progressive heavy rock band Chaos Divine drives crowd wild at Amplifier

Chaos Divine

By Melanie Scrafton, Journalist and Nancy Mendez, Photographer–Perth, Australia

Venue: Amplifier, Perth–Chaos Divine, Genre: Progressive heavy rock-July 10, 2015

Five piece band from Perth formed in 2005, Chaos Divine are Simon Mitchell – Guitars, David Anderton – Vocals, Ryan Felton – Guitars, Ben Mazzarol – Drums and Michael Kruit – Bass.

Photo credit: Nancy Mendez

Photo credit: Nancy Mendez

Always a pleasure and a good night every time these legends hit the stage. They are quality musicians who produce quality material. They deliver each time they perform. Dave is another phenomenal vocalist complimented by Ryan when required. Anyone that follows them becomes an instant fan. Its heavy melodic rock, and I lose my voice each time I see them. Rock events like this one have it all. Great bands, perfect atmosphere, incredible crowd for quality times you can bank on. On this occasion they surprised the crowd with their own version of Chris Isaac’s “Wicked Games”, the unlikely rendition was killer. Something to look out for on the next tour. The new album Colliding Skies is an album that will engage you from the first play, so get on it.

Set List

One Door

Tides

Badge of Honour

Chasing Shadows

Landmines

Wicked Game (Chris Isaac Cover)

Mara

With Nothing We Depart

 

PHOTO GALLERY

 

 

“Soldiers”

 

 

Discography –

Ratio EP (2006)

Avalon (2009)

The Human Connection (2011)

Colliding Skies (2015)

 

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Melanie Scrafton

Melanie Scrafton

Perth Correspondent

"MUSIC IS MY LIFE"

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But what does that actually mean?

I can only speak for myself, so I will attempt to describe what that means to me. Music can change my headspace from negative to positive within minutes, it can improve my attitude, it stimulates and inspires me, it provides a sound track to important life events and memories, it unites me with like minded souls and saves me from despair when I am challenged by life circumstances. Music gives me hope.
To show my appreciation I work to promote the work of many creative artists, I buy their material, I purchase tickets to see them perform and I spend my money of their merchandise. By supporting and contributing to the international music industry, I play my part in securing its future.
You are welcome!
Melanie Scrafton
About Melanie Scrafton (14 Articles)
Perth Correspondent "MUSIC IS MY LIFE" This sentence gets banded around by both performers & consumers for as long as I can remember. But what does that actually mean? I can only speak for myself, so I will attempt to describe what that means to me. Music can change my headspace from negative to positive within minutes, it can improve my attitude, it stimulates and inspires me, it provides a sound track to important life events and memories, it unites me with like minded souls and saves me from despair when I am challenged by life circumstances. Music gives me hope. To show my appreciation I work to promote the work of many creative artists, I buy their material, I purchase tickets to see them perform and I spend my money of their merchandise. By supporting and contributing to the international music industry, I play my part in securing its future. You are welcome!

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