Fed-up with the entire trend flooding the scene, NERVOCHAOS was born on the spring of 96, with the idea of creating an aggressive and chaotic music.
NERVOCHAOS gained cult status in the extreme music scene due to their hard work over the past years, offering a sonic extravaganza in their unique way.
Their 1st four track demo-tape, “Nervo Chaos” was released in late 96.
“Pay Back Time” is the band’s debut full length CD and it was released in early 98 by Tumba Records.
“Disfigured Christ” is the 2nd four track demo-tape and came out in early 2000.

NERVOCHAOS released in 2002, their 2nd full length CD “Legion of Spirits Infernal”.

The 3rd four track demo-tape, “Necro Satanic Cult”, was released in 2004. Their demo-tapes have become collector’s items in the underground, supporting their regular releases. “Quarrel in Hell” is the 3rd album, released in 2006 by Tumba Records in Brazil and by Ibex Moon Records in the USA/Canada.

In 2010 the 4th full length CD, “Battalions of Hate” came out thru Tumba Records. NERVOCHAOS’ 1st live album, “Live Rituals”, is released in 2011 by Tumba Records.

5th full length CD, “To The Death” is released by Cogumelo in Brazil and Grey Haze in the US, in 2012. “To The Death” was also released in a gatefold LP in black & colored vinil. In 2013, the band release a box-set “17 Years of Chaos” containing 2 DVDs and 1 CD. The 6th full length CD, “The Art of Vengeance”, came out in 2014, thru Cogumelo in Brazil and Grey Haze in the USA.

In 2015 the band did their first worldwide tour reaching countries in South America, Central America, North America, Europe and Asia.

Reinier de Vries
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Once a metal head, always a metalhead. My parents thought it would only be a period, but they were wrong. I quit to explain the beauty of metal music to others that are not into metal, because it is something you can't tell in words... It is like explaining to a teetotaller why a cold beer is so nice on a hot day... I started with bands like Accept, Metal Church, Iron Maiden and Metallica in the eighties and I think I will still listen to them when I'm stone deaf and old...