Electro-metalcore Hybrid Neon Empire release 'Kaos' Remix Single
Never a band to shy away from experimenting with the electronic side of Metal, Neon Empire once again push their creative boundary with their latest release, ‘KAOS’.
The band commented on the remix; ”Dive into the relentless energy of our latest song KAOS! Unleash your inner headbanger as thunderous riffs collide with fierce vocals, creating a sonic maelstrom that’ll ignite your passion for heavy music.
Let the raw power of our latest songs mixed into one bring you on an adrenaline-fuelled journey. Get ready to mosh, scream, and embrace the chaos, all in one epic single.”
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Remixed by Josh Sid Robinson of JSR Audio in Belfast, ‘KAOS‘ encapsulates the essence from the bands latest EP, and reimagines a whole new level of intensity. Stream the full track here.
Neon Empire are currently preparing for a run of dates in Ireland with Belfast Metal-core crew, Survivalist, taking in shows in Belfast, Dundalk and Dublin
Having formed in the Summer of 2019, Neon Empire have established their presence in the Irish Metal scene, having made considerable impact as part of Bloodstock Metal 2 The Masses in recent years, and their appearance at the bi-annual Siege of Limerick last year.
The band released their ‘Revel4ations‘ EP in 2022. Stream in full here.
2023 saw the band bid farewell to original bassist Tom Ambrose, and welcome Nathan Ford on board where he made his debut with the band in Dublin as part of the Bloodstock Metal 2 The Masses Ireland showcase.
Earlier this year saw the band embark on their debut UK tour and the release of ‘Control‘ (see below) before entering JSR Studio’s once again to work on new material for what will be a possible new EP in early 2024.
Fusing elements of EDM, Metal and gaming culture, melded with heart-soaring melody, embedded with hefty Metalcore riffs, Neon Empire continue to utilise a wide array of electronic elements to deliver an immense, formidable sound, all the while still incorporating the catchy hooks and devastating breakdowns that make the genre so enjoyable in the first place.