Psychopathic Daze
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Psychopathic Daze

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Chicago, Illinois, United States
Metal Death Metal




"Psychopathic Daze"

"Blending the crushing moments seen in the groove metal genre with some of the better attributes of metalcore proves to be a successful combination for Psychopathic Daze." - Foul Feast of Flesh

"What? Zombies? PSYCHOPATIC DAZE edition this time."

"The tun of Psychopathic Daze End of Days is reliable. Damn good metal. The riffs are original, the voice is brutal and more of a wicked good beat." -


Still working on that hot first release.



Psychopathic Daze started with Mike Fitzpatrick, Ken Morahan, and Ryan Kinsella in 2010. After networking with other bands bassist, Kyle Meiser, and guitarist, Frank Adamo, were recruited to complete the line-up. Mike resigned from the band and Ryan Dickinson from Lygate and Denial Machine was quickly recruited as the second axe-man.

Psychopathic Daze are a full-tilt heavy metal outfit from Chicago, Illinois. The band combines a truly crunching guitar sound with grindcore vocals and hooky riffs. The band is well established on the local Windy City metal scene and has even garnered national attention, with their own station on Pandora and an endorsement from Steve Clayton Guitar Picks and Wornstar Clothing.

Psychopathic Daze has been in the Chicago metal scene for years and has had a significant impact in the metal scene. After performing a multitude of shows, the band recorded their first EP titled, "Welcome to the End of Days". After receiving a tremendous amount of positive feedback from fans, band managers, production companies, and venue owners about their intense live show, self-directed music style, and professionalism, the band recorded their first self-titled full-length album. Psychopathic Daze has experienced being supporting acts for national band "As I Lay Dying", "Lamb of God", "In Flames", "Hatebreed", "Sylosis","Between the Buried and Me", "Cancer Bats", "Burn Halo", "Egypt Central", and co-headlined with "DOPE", among many more shows in which the band headlined and co-headlined.