You know you’ve entered a time warp when you hear about the return of nu-metal act Adema. It’s been a decade since the release of 2007’s Kill the Headlights and nearly fifteen years since original vocalist Mark Chavez was part of the gang in 2003’s Unstable. Their last two albums included two different singers and we can assume that may have been a major factor to their sudden silence over the years. However, the group have kept active by playing gigs over the years, but there hasn’t been any sign of recording new material, until now. Earlier today, the group revealed that they’ve reunited with original vocalist Mark Chavez and are promising a new album is on its way.
The band shared the following on their Facebook:
We are happy to announce that the original “classic” ADEMA lineup of Kris Kohls, Mike Ransom, Dave DeRoo, Tim Fluckey, and YES – MARKY CHAVEZ is in fact, REUNITED!!! (And it feels so good!) you can catch us live at the World-Famous Whiskey a go-go Wednesday May 24th!!! Writing and recording a new record soon! The Magic is back!”
You can see the original lineup return to the stage at the end of this month at the Whisky a Go-Go on May 24th. Tickets are available here.
Hopefully, this will bring back their initial 2001 style from their debut self-titled album.