Citizenship : United States
Initially, chaos reigned in the studio, the band were nervous and quarreling with each other, but after the first recording of the song "Givin in" guys feel the cohesion and things went smoothly.
Future frontman Nygang "Adema" Mark Chavez as a teenager hanging out in the musical circles of American small towns Bakersfield. Accordingly, the love he drove with many local teams, such as "Sex-Art" and "Juice". One of the reasons Mark hobbies rock music was the fact that he had a relative in "Korn". And more specifically ,the leader of the " Roots " Jonathan Davis accounted Chavez stepbrother than last immensely proud. Soon, Mark also decided to become famous in the rock field, and began to collect his own team.
The first person he found was the guitarist, Mark Ransom, then to "Adema" joined by bassist Dave Deru and guitarist Tim Flake of "Juice".The four guys took to rehearse and do some recording. This they did for about a year before the group appeared former drummer "Videodrone" Chris Coles.
Initially Chris did not want to part with their previous team, but when
Mark and company cornered him at home, and played a couple of his things ,he quickly changed his mind. With the advent of the popularity of the Coles group began to grow rapidly, and soon "Adema" began to pay attention to the record companies. In 2001 the band signed a contract with "Arista records" and went into one of the studios of northern California, to begin intensive sessions of the debut album. Produce record took Tobias Miller and Bill Epplberri. Initially, chaos reigned in the studio, the band were nervous and quarreling with each other, but after the first recording of the song "Givin in" guys feel the cohesion and things went smoothly.
And though the guys have worked on glory, none of them is not particularly believe in the success of the plate. However, the disc went with a bang and soon its circulation exceeded half a million mark. This great popularity enjoyed the song "The Way You Like It", often played on American radio stations.
Meanwhile, in the autumn of 2001, "Adema" took part in the national round of the "Music As A Weapon", dividing the concert halls with "Disturbed","Systematic", "Drowning pool" and "Stereomud". The following year, the group rolled back on America, first opening concerts "Alien ant farm", along with "Fenrix-TX", "Glassjaw", "Earshot", and then warming up "Linkin park". In the summer of 2002, "Adema" acted within the "Ozzfest". And in September, Chris Coles little distracted by his team,taking part in a new project "Motordog", which also includes such well-known personalities like Nikki Sixx, John and Tracy Korab Ganz.
In October of the same year, "Adema" again returned to the studio, to publish "Insomniac`s Dream" mini-album. The basis of this release was the song "Immortal",included the soundtrack for the video game "Mortal Kombat - Deadly Alliance". Other tracks were basically remixes and covers.