Leading audiences and listeners through a journey of uncompromising arrangements, crushing heavy riffs and soaring melodies, Perth’s enigmatic prog metal five-piece CHAOS DIVINE have well and truly immersed themselves in a realm of sound and style matched by few, and admired by many.

With a suite of industry accolades, national and international tours, and appearances at major music festivals under their belt, CHAOS DIVINE have carved out an impressive reputation for delivering a powerful and dynamic live show.

The band has played alongside some of the biggest names in rock and metal including SLAYER, MASTODON, TESSERACT, ANIMALS AS LEADERS, ARCH ENEMY, KATATONIA, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, FEAR FACTORY, TRIVIUM, and many more. In 2019 the band joined the likes of THE OCEAN, MONUMENTS and SKYHARBOR for the national PROGFEST tour, one of the country’s most exciting Progressive music festivals.

In 2015 the band staked their claim with their critically acclaimed third studio album Colliding Skies, branded by many as a benchmark in modern progressive metal and one of the year’s best progressive heavy albums.

The success of the record landed the band a two-week European tour and the second-headline spot at the 2016 PROGPOWER EUROPE festival alongside TEXTURES. ‘Soldiers’, the first single from the album, shot to #1 on the Australian iTunes metal charts. The band now delivers Unspoken , the epic first single from the band’s new album that teases but a taste of what is in store, and showcases just why CHAOS DIVINE are one of the most formidable acts in the country. Unspoken is out through Firestarter Distribution on 12 April 2019.

“An anthemic, stadium-sized sound… Colliding Skies is one of the best progressive heavy rock albums of the year” – The Music
“One of Australia’s finest heavy/progressive acts. Their sound is immense” – Heavy Mag
“Powerful, progressive, interesting and accessible all at once” – Beat Magazine
“They’ve created a treasure of an album in Colliding Skies” – Metal Obsession
“It’s impressive technically (Colliding Skies), but mostly it’s impressive as music and art” – Heavy Blog Is Heavy
“Colliding Skies is nothing short of a masterpiece” – It Djents