Gigs/concerts (9 numbers or more)
- Club Soda, Ventura, California Mon 01 Apr 1991
- The Kings Of The Dead Have Risen @ Frost and Fire Fest II Sat 08 Oct 2016
- First ever European show @ Keep It True XX, Germany 2017 Sat 29 Apr 2017
- Up the Hammers XII Sat 27 May 2017
- Defenders of the Old Festival IV Sat 17 Jun 2017
- Chaos Descends Festival Fri 21 Jul 2017
- Hammer of Doom XII Sat 18 Nov 2017
- Frost and Fire Fest IV Thu 04 Oct 2018
- Legions Of Metal Festival Fri 17 May 2019
The doomed one s fallen armies sound the tolling of the bell,
While sin and death stand silent guard outpage the Gates of Hell.
He slowly spreads his leather wings and soars above the land,
He strokes his pointed beard and casts an evil eye toward man.
Unchains the dogs of chaos to complete his evil chore
To make the cringing herd of man his thralls by right of war.
They gorge on fatal fruit, taste of dust and bitter ash,
While fire burns in Heaven and immortal forces clash.
The smell of burning brimstone – lightning flung from golden hands.
To rule without a master is the only dream of man.
As they swap our souls among them and prepare the final feast,
Begin the war eternal – cast apage both God and Beast.
Moving toward the evil song that fate will sadly sing,
How the pride of man has fallen, crowning lust their only king.
Heaven screams in anguish and the world cries out in pain,
Unleash the final terror – man begins his now doomed reign.
Prologue: Paradise Lost… / Chaos Rising / The Grapple For Power. Part 1 of The Chaos Trilogy. This and the following two songs, are sometimes referred to as “Tim Baker’s trilogy” or “The Chaos trilogy”, as they were written by Baker, and are the most epic songs on the album. These three songs are also the bands favorite on the album. Written by Tim Baker already in 1987. the first verse is sung by Robert L. Warrenburg. Jim Barraza’s favourite song on the album.
The Chaos Trilogy is some of the best stuff CU has done, I think, but it’s also a little bit more generic, Iron Maiden-ish sounding.
Greg Lindstrom, Blood of the Ancients, 11/2002
A fan made video
The album was finally officially re-released by Noble Rot in 2007 and Metal Blade with bonuses on 2017.
Chaos Rising (Album version)
From release Paradise Lost (1991).
Chaos Rising (from ‘Paradise Lost’ practice tape 1987)
From released Servant of Chaos (2001).
These next five songs were off our practice tapes for ‘Paradise Lost’. The only time we ever had a lawyer was on this album and we unknowingly signed away the rights to the album forever to Restless Records! For some reason they will not release it or license it so this may be the closest many will get to hear it!
Robert Garven, liner notes
Chaos Rising (Alt Mix)
From re-released Paradise Lost (2017). Alternate mixes.
Chaos Rising (live)
Live at Live at Up the Hammers Festival, Sat 27 May 2017