Tyrants of Chaos will be making the trek to downtown cowtown to Lord Nelson's pub the weekend following Loud as Hell 666 metal fest in direct support of local metal legends, Widows Peak. Also on the bill is Dark Messiah from Winnipeg and guests. This will get you your much needed metal fix after the festival!!!
The Tyrants are playing this awesome room on McLeod Trail in south Calgary on Thursday, June 15. Doors at 8:00PM and bands at 9:00PM. Tyrants of Chaos will storm the stage around 10:00PM, provided Hail Tyrants flight from London, UK gets into YYG on time!! We will be sharing the stage with Chaos Being and a couple of black metal bands from cowtown, Black Sacrament and Pecado \m/
We are all fired up for a great gig at the Slice this Saturday! Saskatoon's Despite the Reverence takes the stage at 9:00pm followed by Tyrants of Chaos at 10:30pm. Advance tickets are SOLD OUT! That leaves about 20 seats available at the door... They will go in a flash! RAWK ON!!
TOC Records is hosting an awesome double bill at The Slice in Lethbridge, AB, Saturday, May 13, 2017. Despite the Reverence is touring to promote the release of their latest CD, Becoming the Savage, and the Tyrants accepted the opportunity to take a break from writing to play for our favourite people and hone our summer show. Advance tickets are $10.00 and $15.00 at the door, but if history tells us anything, there won't be many tickets, if any, at the door!!!
Excellent jam this evening! Put a little polish on Chaos Train and Trench Foot. The boys discussed the upcoming schedule, including a soon-to-be-announced double bill in Lethbridge, AB, and a few logistics for some festival dates this summer, including LAH 666. Next up? Something good! \m/
Last night (Friday, March 3) the band put the finishing touches on their newest heavy tune, Chaos Train! It's an awesome, driving song based on a Thunder Tyrant bass riff, with input from all five Tyrants. That's two complete and plenty of ideas floated for the next. Something special happens in that room when the boys get together to wrtie, and we don't just mean excellent beer!
The Tyrants are stoked to be taking the main stage Sunday, August 6, 2017, on the final day of this iconic three-day Metal Festival at Drumheller, AB. BATTLECROSS out of Detroit, MI, are headlining Sunday! And our pals, Caste of Shadows, are opening the bill that day. Free camping, food trucks, beer and forty bands over three days on the August long weekend (August 4, 5, 6) with Monday to recover? OH YEAH!!! Get your tickets now!
The Tyrants have spent the last three Tuesdays and Fridays (and individually in between) working writing new originals for the next album - maybe vinyl! It's been a bit sporadic with a couple of the boys being down in Phoenix this month but the band is full steam ahead now that everyone is back in town. With 'Trench Foot' in the bank, they just finished a new - as of yet unnamed - metal tune in drop D. Storm Tyrant (aka Beer Tyrant) just has to add lyrics and that will be two down. Plenty or others in the works. New gig announcements in the near future... stay tuned!
Last Friday the guys got together for their quarterly beer tasting session, rating lagers, pilsners and ales from near and far! (Oh yes, they did jam a bit since the gear was all set up upon arriving home from their last gig) High marks went to Howes Nut Brown Ale, a Belgian Vienna Lager and even a stinky Village Wit wheat beer that tasted far better than its aroma, reminiscent of the carpets in the Red d'Or tavern at the Terrace Inn in northern BC, Canada! Beer Tyrant brought an interesting, if sweet, blueberry ale. In all, many drinkable offerings were poured. Then Hail Tyrant cracked a Coors...
Another Metal Meltdown; another sell out! Next year will need to be a much bigger venue. We hate turning away people at the door! A big thanks to The Slice regardless, for letting us host there this year. Tyler and Jesse were awesome, as were the rest of the staff. A huge nod to Jan, Erin and Markie for working their butts off at the door and flogging Tyrants merch all night. Extrados opened the show with some great original metal. They threw in their version of a Rush tune as well that was pretty awesome. That Bridgette from Outrun the Arrow has some pipes. They did a bang-up job in direct support, working the crowd and getting everyone in a party mood. Tyrants of Chaos made the stage at 11:00pm and rocked the rest of the evening. People were moshing and I don't think The Slice has seen a metal show quite like that in some time! Fun times! Fun times!!!