Chronic Xorn


Chronic Xorn
Chronic Xorn

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Background information
Origin Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Genres Metalcore
Years active 2007-present
Labels Six Inch Nails
Website Chronic Xorn on Myspace
Members
Sunny (Vocals)
Suvam (Guitar/vocals)
Biswarup (Guitar)
Angshuman (Bass)
Sagar (Drums)
Soumyabrata (Lyrics)
Past members
Tamaghna (Drums)
Anindya (Guitar)

Chronic Xorn (Bengali: ক্রনীক জর্ন), is a metalcore band, based in Kolkata, India. Chronic Xorn was formed in the year 2007 and has traveled a long way. The name of the band characterizes the negative side of human emotions which is seldom portrayed by many. The band got the impetus by capturing the Runners up and the Zonal Finalists (Eastern) spot at the Campus Rock Idols back in 2007 which was within three months of formation.[1] Chronic Xorn was the first band from Kolkata to record a heavy metal album.


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Band members

  • Sunny (Vocals)
  • Suvam (Guitar/vocals)
  • Biswarup (Guitar)
  • Angshuman (Bass)
  • Sagar (Drums)
  • Soumyabrata (Lyrics)

Former members

  • Tamaghna (drums)
  • Anindya (guitar)
  • Abhinav (guitar)
  • Jeet (bass)

Death Destruction Sermon (2010)

Death Destruction Sermon
EP by Chronic Xorn
Released July 27, 2010
Recorded 2010
Genre Melodic Metalcore
Length 25:45
Label Six Inch Nails
Producer Chronic Xorn

Death Destruction Sermon is their latest EP which was released in 2010. The EP consists of six tracks and the full-length of the EP is 00:25:45.[2]

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "My Little Obsession"   Chronic Xorn 4:22
2. "Necropolis"   Chronic Xorn 5:16
3. "Death.Destruction.Sermon"   Chronic Xorn 4:55
4. "The Funeral Song"   Chronic Xorn 4:20
5. "Afraid of the Unseen"   Chronic Xorn 3:57
6. "Psychic Catastrophe"   Chronic Xorn 2:55

See also

  • Bangla Rock
  • Someplace Else
  • Princeton Club

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