Our very own Michael Gilbert has uploaded GoPro footage of the band on the road during Killfest 2019, also featuring Overkill, Destruction and Chronosphere.

Mike states: “Everyone who knows me knows I have a GoPro in my pocket at all times. I try to capture everything I can on the Flotsam tours and no one is safe from ending up some sort of footage. LOL! These are some fun times on Flotsam And Jetsam’s European tour with Overkill, Destruction and Chronosphere. Fun times with some old friends and new friends….\m/“

Our new album, The End Of Chaos, has entered the German Media Control chart at #19. The album also cracks the Top 100 on the US Billboard chart, landing at #81. And in Switzerland, The End Of Chaos places at #57 on the Official Top 100.

This is our fourteenth album in our more than 30-year history. “This album kills! It’s all five guys with the gas pedal pushed to the floor for the entire album!” states our amazing drummer Ken Mary.

“It was cool to have a new element of influence on this album with having Ken’s drum parts to partner with and play in and around his playing that also do with the guitars and vocals. Glad to have had Jacob Hansen bringing this album to the overall sound and energy it has, Jacob really highlights AK’s vocal melodies, as well as Steve and Michael’s songwriting, while the power of the rhythm section drives the songs.”Michael Spencer

The album is available as Digipak, clear orange, gatefold vinyl (ltd. to 450 units), black gatefold vinyl (ltd. To 450 units), ltd. picture vinyl (ltd. to 500 units), gold black splatter gatefold vinyl and limited boxset’s with T-shirts which is available here.

Jimmy Kay from Canada’s The Metal Voice spoke to Flotsam And Jetsam singer Eric “A.K.” Knutson, and guitarists Michael Gilbert and Steve Conley, at this years NAMM show. The band spoke about the lyrical themes behind some of the songs on their new album, The End Of Chaos, as well as the possibility on releasing a live album in the future. Watch their chat below.