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Candiria

Candiria's uniquely sprawling urban fusion sound combined elements of grindcore, funk, hip-hop, and jazz. Formed in Brooklyn, NY, the group originally comprised frontman Carley Coma, guitarists Chris Puma and Eric Matthews, bassist Mike MacIvor, and drummer Ken Schalk, debuting in 1995 with the album Surrealistic Madness. The band later included guitarist John Lamacchia, and Puma was further replaced by guitarist John "Be-Bop" Malonti in time for the follow-up, 1997's Beyond Reasonable Doubt; the third Candiria album, Process of Self-Development, appeared two years later. The guys issued 300 Percent Density through Century Media in May 2001 before returning the next year with the two-disc set C.O.M.A. Imprint on Lakeshore. Touring in support of the record, however, Candiria's van was suddenly hit by a truck on the way to a gig in Cleveland. The van was totaled and flipped several times, several members being flung through the windows. Miraculously, all of Candiria survived, though all were hospitalized, several in critical condition. After a considerable recovery time, the guys regrouped with a newfound focus and resolve to step it up in their music. The resulting (and appropriately titled) What Doesn't Kill You... was produced by David Bendeth (Killswitch Engage, Breaking Benjamin) and issued in mid-summer 2004 on Bendeth's own Type A Records. A subsequent tour late that year introduced two new guitarists to the fold, Darren Carter and Steve Fakelman, one permanently to replace Lamacchia (who exited in December) and one temporary as Matthews underwent back surgery. Candiria shared dates over the next year with Dillinger Escape Plan, Diecast, Nonpoint, and more, while the band began work on their next album. Matthews wound up permanently leaving the band, and Coma, MacIvor, and Schalk eventually welcomed guitarist Eddie Ortiz into the mix. As their album was nearing completion in August 2006, however, Schalk announced his resignation from Candiria. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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jsand2280
Unbelievable talent. Kenny has impeccable timing & creativity. Wish they would come back out.
lohocla420
One of the best Carly coma had the best voice for metal. Tore that s**t up sea seas 1998. Smoked a blunt with the guys in their Van. My friend and I had a fatty and we were more than welcome to share
Candiria was what all that hip hop and metal fusion in the 90s should have been. Instead of that one Anthrax song...Need more Candiria.
jbkahle
So unique, so awesome.
Agree with Eric Their Drummer was the Heart of this band. You can't compare that guy to anyone... He's so good and on time... even Live..
bottomfeeder j o e
one of the best bands ever
oates34
Went to a local rock bar one night to meet and friend and damn was I lucky that Candiria happened to be playing that night. They freakin blew my mind. Amazing talent and sound.
not that many people know who these guys are out here in the AV. its to bad they are bad a** man. to many people are caught up in the main stream rap now a days. its sad i feel bad for the kids out here
their drummer was one of the best in the biz, too bad he left last i heard.
pltbullgrin
I got a demo back when i was in high school from a plumber working on my friends house in 96-97. Later came surrealistic madness. Mind f**king blowing music. So well played it was sick. i since long lost the demo tape. sux.
One of the best of all time coming from NY... Unfortunatly they only have their last two albums on here. If you want to here 10000x better/heavi e r / b r u t a l candiria, check out Beyond a Resonable Doubt, Process of Self-Develop e m e n t , Surrealistic Madness!!! SSeriously i've seen Candiria about 9 times in small little clubs here on long island and NYC and its serious business. Long live candiria (hopefully they don't fizzle out like most longisland bands ie: VOD, Silent Majority, Glassj
its one of my favorite NY band. i watch them every time
they play in LA. this band is badass!!!
Musical genius. Carley Coma is my vocal hero. Straight up groovy stuff!
Rockin fellas- rockin'

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