Bakersfield, California rock band ADEMA will release its new album, "Topple The Giants", on April 2 via Pavement Entertainment. The group's first CD since 2007's "Kill The Headlights" will contain brand new tracks plus re-worked versions of ADEMA's chart-topping hits "Giving In" and "Unstable".With original ADEMA guitarist Tim Fluckey handling vocal duties over the last three years, the band has kept busy with an intense and rigorous touring schedule. "Topple The Giants" marks a new chapter in the band's 13-year career and solidifies ADEMA as one of the hardest-working acts of its time. "Topple The Giants" track listing: 01. Resolution
02. Topple The Giants
07. Giving In "This band has always been about trying to challenge ourselves and surpass our previous efforts," states ADEMA bassist Dave Deroo. "We've been through a lot and had a few member changes along the way, but the original core of the band featuring myself, Tim Fluckey and Kris Kohls has always been the heart of this band."
Vocalist Marky Chavez left ADEMA in January 2011 in order to pursue his "solo project." Original ADEMA guitarist Mike Ransom exited the band in 2010 in order to focus on BLACK HEART VACANCY. ADEMA's latest album, "Kill the Headlights", was released in August 2007 via Immortal Records. The CD was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Marshall Altman (MARC BROUSSARD, ZEBRAHEAD). Mastering duties were handled by Eddie Schreyer at Oasis Mastering in Burbank. ADEMA in 2006 announced the addition of vocalist Bobby Reeves of the Los Angeles-based band LEVEL to the group's ranks. Reeves joined ADEMA as the replacement for Luke Caraccioli, who left the band in October 2005 — only six months after the release of their first album ("Planets") without the contributions of Chavez. ADEMA is: Kris Kohls: Drums
Dave Deroo: Bass/Vocals
Tim Fluckey: Guitar/Vocals