The first single from Planets, Tornado, was released in March 2005. Three new demo clips were posted, as well as a full demo of the song Something Better at their Purevolume site to showcase the band's new line-up and sound. Ed farris, also of Level, was announced on August 1st 2006 as the new rythym guitarist, bringing Adema's line-up back to 5 members. When the band was launched, many criticized it for leaning on this relationship to gain attention, though it now seems unwarranted. There was also shot a music video for a track Called Human Nature however this track did not appear on the album. Tim Fluckey, Kris Kohls and touring fill-in Marc DeLeon performed without Deroo for the remainder of the tour. Take me under I'm killing all the pain I'm dying tonight I'm sick of all this faith Watch me crumble I'm killing all the pain I'm crying tonight I'm giving in to you Take me under I'm giving in to you I'm dying tonight I'm giving in to you Take me under I'm giving in to you I'm dying tonight I'm giving in to you.
In September 2004, Chavez had a falling-out with the band and was released from his duties as lead singer. The full album titled Kill The Headlights was released in 2007. On October 25, 2005, Caraciolli informed the band that he would no longer continue to sing for them, leaving on his own accord. . Upon the return of DeRoo it was announced that touring bassist Marc DeLeon would become an official guitarist for the band, replacing Mike Ransom. According to Dave DeRoo, however, Luke had planned to leave the band long before his departure was announced, leaving the band feeling betrayed. The second single, the album's title track, Planets, was released in September 2005.
Adema released their third full-length album, Planets, on their new label, Earache Records, in April 2005. Mike Ransom left once again in 2010. The band's former lead singer, Mark Chavez, is the half-brother of KoЯn's Jonathan Davis. He also plans to write an album and begin touring before the release of said album. Following the release of Unstable, the band lost its guitarist, Mike Ransom, and left Arista shortly before the record company ceased business operations.
The album also broke away from their previous nu metal sound, opting for a more traditional rock album. In 2013, guitarist Mike Ransom rejoined Adema. Following Ransom's departure, Mark Chavez abruptly left Adema once again before the start of the 2011 tour. The band later signed to Arista Records, releasing its first album, self-titled Adema, which was released in 2001. Planets featured the band's replacement for Chavez, Luke Caraciolli, who formerly sang in the band Rewind Yesterday. Will you, walk me To the edge again Shaking, lonely, and I am drinking again Woke up tonight and no one's here with me I'm giving in to you Take me under I'm giving in to you I'm dying tonight I'm giving in to you Watch me crumble I'm giving in to you I'm crying tonight I'm giving in to you Caught up, in lies Losing all my friends Family has tried, to heal all my addictions Tragic it seems, to be alone again I'm giving in.
They have since been removed. The first two singles from the album, The Way You Like It and Giving In, helped it sell over 600,000 copies. Mike Chavez has now went on hiatus. He since had a band dubbed Midnight Panic. They've recently began playing live shows again in their home state of California and plan on booking more.
Adema has since announced the new frontman as Bobby Reeves of the Los Angeles band Level early summer 2006. Tim Fluckey and David DeRoo took over lead vocals until January 2011when DeRoo was arrested just prior to performing a concert in Connecticut, and was charged with being a fugitive of the law. . . . . .
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