The Order of Chaos

The Order of Chaos




The Order of Chaos, is a long standing and well known Canadian hard rock band which originated in Stony Plain Alberta. They have been working their way through clubs and bars in Western Canada since 2003. Founding members John Simon Fallon and Sterling Burrows are today joined by drummer Tim Prevost, guitarist John Saturley. Vocalist, Amanda Kiernan, is renowned for her ability to blend of various rock-metal vocal styles and is highly regarded for her humble yet confident approach to her central role as the bands focal point

The Order of Chaos has been featured at the Boonstock Music Festival and has performed with such world-renowned acts as Godsmack, Sonata Arctica, Paul Di’Anno (formerly of Iron Maiden) and Ensiferium. Many of these opportunities have evolved from the band’s innate ability to captivate crowds. Their energetic, memorable performances and marketing savy have impressed audiences throughout Western Canada.

The band’s success is based on exceptional songwriting, an energetic stage presence and live interaction with its fans. The band also makes a point of performing in smaller rural communities and first nations reserves, and aims to provide a memorable entertainment experience for people who may not otherwise have had the opprtuinity to witness a live music event of this nature. The band regularly performs at charity events supporting disease research, and was featured at “The Worlds Longest Hockey Game,” as a backdrop during Hockey Night in Canada.

In 2009, The Order of Chaos completed its first professionally produced full-length album with Kevin Hoskin at Beta Sound Studios in Edmonton, Alberta. The self-titled album was co-produced and mixed by Bill Kennedy, a recording industry legend who has worked with Megadeth, Testament, and Nine Inch Nails. Mastering was completed by Tom Baker in California who has worked with hundreds of well known bands ranging from classic rock icons such as Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones, to heavy metal gods Judas Priest and Motley Crue.

The album was released on June 5th, 2009 in front of more than 300 fans, thus reinforcing the bands status as one of Edmonton’s most well respected hard rock performers. The sold out show turned over a net profit of more than $3500 after expenses.

The band is readily available as tour support on a moments notice, and has the means to participate in extensive touring. All members of the band are eligible to enter the United States and one member has a European Union Passport, thus facilitiating the application process for European bookings.

The Order of Chaos has completed the writing process for its second album and will be heading back into the studio in spring of 2010. The album will be released in late summer or early fall of 2010. The album represents the maturation of the bands sound and promotional direction and is an impressive example of the bands staying power within the Canadian hard rock genre.


Demo 1 - 2006
Demo 2 - 2007
Self Titled LP - 2009