We use cookies to customize content and advertising, to provide social media features, and to analyze traffic to our site. We also share information about your use of our site with our trusted social media, advertising and analytics partners. Read more.


    Become fan 65 Rate 3 Like & Share
    Genre:Punk, Rock, Hardcore
    Rank: history »
    5.0/5 from 3 users

    Most Popular Songs (more)

    Two Birds Stoned At Once lyrics
    2Compromise Of 1984 lyrics
    3Thermacare lyrics
    4Ole Fishlips Is Dead Now lyrics
    5Interlude Pt. 1 lyrics
    6Teeth The Size Of Piano Keys lyrics
    7Duct Tape lyrics
    8Hey Zeus! The Dungeon lyrics
    9Sunny Days & Hand Grenades lyrics
    Adrienne / Beautiful Blue Eyes lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    Bone Palace Ballet [2007]
    Illuminaudio [2010]
    3Devil [2014]
    All's Well That Ends Well [2005]


    Chiodos is an American post-hardcore band from Davison, Michigan, formed in 2001. Originally known as "The Chiodos Bros." the band's name was a tribute to filmmakers Stephen, Charles, and Edward Chiodo, responsible for the movie Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Their second full length album, Bone Palace Ballet, was released in North America on September 4, 2007 and debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200 and number 1 on Top Independent Albums. Warner Bros. Records released Bone Palace Ballet on January 26, 2009, as part of a new distribution deal in the UK.

    Chiodos was formed at the Flint Local 432, a small venue in downtown Flint, Michigan and Olde Jamestowne Hall in Saginaw, Michigan. The band is known for their on-stage performances which include controlled, high-pitched vocals from former lead singer, Craig Owens. Craig Owens has cited lead singer of Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, etc. fame, Mike Patton as one of his greatest influences saying, "I only wish I could be as good as him."

    Their debut album, All's Well That Ends Well (Equal Vision Records) was released on July 26, 2005. It reached #3 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart and #164 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. While their sophomore album, Bone Palace Ballet reached the number 5 spot on the Billboard 200. The band's albums and live performances have garnered praise from press outlets.

    Chiodos headlined some shows on their own before joining Alternative Press's 2006 "Invisible Sideshow" tour, headlined by Armor for Sleep. Following that tour, they supported Matchbook Romance on the Sub City "Take Action" tour in Spring 2006. That summer, they toured with Fear Before the March of Flames, as well as appearing on the Warped Tour.In fall 2006, Chiodos appeared on Atreyu's World Championship Tour, alongside From First to Last and Every Time I Die, as well as 3 and 36 Crazyfists.

    Chiodos has had several scuffs with those in the music industry, most notably Steven Smith of Steven's Untitled Rock Show, Andy Williams of Every Time I Die, and HORSE The Band.

    In 2005, Chiodos independently made a video for the song "All Nereids Beware." The video consists of the band playing the rare pre-All's Well That Ends Well version of the song in a parking lot.

    In 2006, Chiodos made videos for "One Day Women Will All Become Monsters" and "Baby, You Wouldn't Last a Minute on the Creek". The "Baby, You Wouldn't Last a Minute on the Creek" video was included on the 2006 re-issue of All's Well That Ends Well, which added a DVD and three acoustic tracks to the 2005 release.

    A video for "Lexington (Joey Pea-Pot With A Monkey Face)" was made which premiered world wide on April 2, 2008 on the social network MySpace. This was the first single of their sophomore album, "Bone Palace Ballet". Chiodos' drummer, Derrick Frost has stated in an interview that the band was disappointed in the final result of the music video, saying [20]

    "Well, usually there are different people who throw out ideas and we go through them and add in our own suggestions but that video definitely didn't turn out like we wanted it to turn out, like at all. We're pretty disappointed with it. We never get a video where we're all like "This is amazing!" And that's what every band wants, to have an amazing video because that can push your career and your band so far. And we haven't gotten that yet so it's kind of frustrating. It's just like so much money that we spent on this for no reason. No one's going to play it; it's not getting played at all."

    On September 16, 2008, Chiodos teamed up with acclaimed director Darren Doane and The Crofoot Ballroom to shoot a video for "The Undertaker's Thirst For Revenge Is Unquenchable (The Final Battle)" in downtown Pontiac, MI. The video was released on December 20, 2008.[citation needed].

    As of september 24, 2009 Craig Owens was no longer the singer of Chiodos:

    "To all of our friends, family, and fans: We would like to let you know that
    we have let Craig Owens go as the singer of Chiodos. This decision was a
    necessary one. Out of respect for all of the hard work that we have put in
    together for all of these years we will not be discussing the specific
    reasons that this needed to happen. We wish Craig well . We will absolutely
    be continuing on as a band and we will keep you informed as this next
    chapter unfolds. Chiodos fans are the best fans in the world and all we can
    ask of you, after everything you have already given us, is to share in our
    excitement for this next album. We promise you will not be

    On February 8, 2010, Brandon Bolmer (Yesterdays Rising) was confirmed as the new lead singer for Chiodos.

    Pictures (0)

    no pictures

    Fans (65)

    sKullyyCoochemmajjohansssonshifty21sarahGbigwil543Xavier573beoulvezMexianvader11GhostManOn3rdjonajagermakkuro_kibapandaloverFoolippaLPfanForever show more (16-31 of 65)

    Similar Artists

    My Chemical RomanceAFIRise AgainstSum 41AtreyuHawthorne HeightsEscape the FateA Day To RememberSaosinAlesanaScary Kids Scaring KidsFrom Autumn To AshesFinchDrop Dead, GorgeousA Static Lullaby show more (16-31 of 60)

    More artists

    • popular on LSI
    • new on LSI


    Facebook (0) LetsSingIt (51)