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Green & Black Splatter Colored Vinyl. The 'Lord of Chaos' EP sees the original Killing Joke line-up delivering their first new material in seven years - a return to an earlier, punkier style, shot through with raw angst and documenting the turbulent times in which we now exist. As well as two brand new recordings, produced by the band and mixed by Tom Dalgety (Ghost, Pixies, etc.), the EP also features re-workings of two songs from the confrontational UK band's last studio album, 'Pylon' (2015); the songs in question are 'Big Buzz' and 'Delete', the former re-mixed by Dalgety and Nick Evans, and the latter getting the full Dub treatment from KJ's Youth. The EP's iconic 'Lord of Chaos' artwork is provided by Mike Coles, responsible for some of the band's most celebrated imagery.
Green & Black Splatter Colored Vinyl. The 'Lord of Chaos' EP sees the original Killing Joke line-up delivering their first new material in seven years - a return to an earlier, punkier style, shot through with raw angst and documenting the turbulent times in which we now exist. As well as two brand new recordings, produced by the band and mixed by Tom Dalgety (Ghost, Pixies, etc.), the EP also features re-workings of two songs from the confrontational UK band's last studio album, 'Pylon' (2015); the songs in question are 'Big Buzz' and 'Delete', the former re-mixed by Dalgety and Nick Evans, and the latter getting the full Dub treatment from KJ's Youth. The EP's iconic 'Lord of Chaos' artwork is provided by Mike Coles, responsible for some of the band's most celebrated imagery.
602445470112

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Spinefarm
Rel. Date: 09/30/2022
UPC: 602445470112

Lord Of Chaos - Green & Black Splatter Colored Vinyl
Artist: Killing Joke
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $36.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Lord of Chaos
2. Total
3. Big Buzz (Motorcade Mix)
4. Delete in Dub (Youth's Disco 45 Dystopian Dub)

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Green & Black Splatter Colored Vinyl. The 'Lord of Chaos' EP sees the original Killing Joke line-up delivering their first new material in seven years - a return to an earlier, punkier style, shot through with raw angst and documenting the turbulent times in which we now exist. As well as two brand new recordings, produced by the band and mixed by Tom Dalgety (Ghost, Pixies, etc.), the EP also features re-workings of two songs from the confrontational UK band's last studio album, 'Pylon' (2015); the songs in question are 'Big Buzz' and 'Delete', the former re-mixed by Dalgety and Nick Evans, and the latter getting the full Dub treatment from KJ's Youth. The EP's iconic 'Lord of Chaos' artwork is provided by Mike Coles, responsible for some of the band's most celebrated imagery.
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