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Current Release - "Deconstructing Kharma"(EP)

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Chromaticism is a modern rock band based out of Yonkers, NY. Formed in January of 2004 by Ryan Scully, Spencer Sinkov and Andy Stark, the band since it's inception has set out to create a benchmark in the current modern rock scene. Infused with raw aggression and deep emotion, Chromaticism seeks to capture their listener's ears with each and every note.

The band had finally found it's true voice in the summer of 2005. Long time friend and musical colleague Joe Scalone added his virtuosic guitar talents, allowing for Ryan to assume the role of lead vocals/guitar. Comprised of its members influences in Classical/Jazz/Progressive/Rock and Funk, a truly unique blend of sound textures were created.

In the Spring of 2006, Chromaticism had suffered the loss of their friend and founding member Spencer. Unsure as to what the future would hold for the band, along came Anthony "Brock" Brockington. With the help of Anthony's deeply inspired musical voice, Chromaticism was able to carry on their initial statement as well as look ahead towards new territories.

The summer of 2007 has brought the band�s first release �Deconstructing Kharma�. The
Disc spans the group�s humble beginnings to their most recent experimentations. The themes of life, love, tragedy and perseverance can be heard throughout the 8 song Collaboration. The blistering opening track �Refrain From Sinking� as well as the epic closer �The Cards� provide plenty for the listener craving pure rockers. Ryan Scully�s angelic, yet tortured voice can be heard in its full spectrum on tracks such as �Inferior I Stand� as well as �In A Scent�. Altogether, the album is a strong showcase for the compositional integrity and tight performance standard for this New York based quartet.

Chromaticism plans to heavily promote and tour through 2007 in support of �Deconstructing Kharma�. The band would not have seen the light of day nor sustained themselves through utter tragedy were it not for their loyal family, friends and