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Portrait of The Chaotic

The Chaotic

About The Chaotic

HopewellJunction, NY

Formed in December of 2009, The Chaotic is a Punk Rock band founded by Adam Crash. When Adam got kicked out of his own band he decided to form a new one by first adding Mikey Cocaine on the drums. After seeing a photo of a guitar and weeks of searching... Mikey contacted Freiler and asked if he wished to join. He jumped on ship. Since then the band practice weekly as they mastered their material quickly... But as their first concert date was creepily approaching the band was in desperate need of a bassist. Then one week before the show, Austin Hill joined The Choatic as the Bassist of the band. Lately the band has been going through various line-up changes, as original drummer Mikey decided to leave. This left the band in a hole. But luckily Austin's brother, Justin, jumped in on the drums. However, in December of 2010 after playing a show where the band opened for The Misfits, Justin said that he would be leaving the band to pursue his dream as a writer. The band is now looking for a new drummer, and will be playing more shows in the future.

The Chaotic is a Punk rock band stationed in New York. Since their formation in December, the band has already compiled and recorded a full length LP entitled "This One's for the Horses" and is currently playing shows mainly in the Dutchess County area. As for the band members, the bands lead singer, Adam Crash, and their guitarist, Freiler, are influenced mainly by The Ramones; while the group's drummer, Mikey, and their bassist Austin, are influenced by more alternative/hard rock types of music. Together these four forces bring you a loud, fast, in your face style of music that could only be heard in the 70's and 80's . . . and that's called Punk. With high energy, loud music and, powerful charisma, this band strives to be The Punk Revival.


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