The Fixer
The Music of The Fixer
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Khaos Theory was formed in April of 2004. The members of Khaos Theory had been out and on the live stages of Chicago for many years. Members of the band had played with some top local and national acts including Enuff ZNuff, Vince Neil, DRI, Dangerous Toys, Lillian Axe, Bullet Boys, Tuff and Buckcherry, to name a few. The Khaos Theory sound had always been true to hard rock with influences in the band ranging from Nickelback and Godsmack to Puddle of Mudd and Saliva, among many others. While other musical groups tried to take the alternative route, Khaos Theory never faltered when it came to playing the music that made them unique. The band created a buzz with the audience and club owners alike. While their hard work and promotion took them far, the band parted ways by 2009 with lead signer Stewart “Maximus” Riske forming The Root Cause shortly thereafter.

Finding a song to play over the very first meeting of Vic Simmons and the film’s antagonist was a very arduous task. Dozens upon dozens of songs had been listened to by Nick Michalak, but nothing had ever possessed the right qualities. Tension was foremost, and anything else that might’ve worked, simply became unattainable. Chicago’s own Khaos Theory had an album out there already, and their song “Crawl” was enthusiastically checkmarked as a proper replacement, and eventually, the excellent musicians of this band agreed to contribute to The Fixer.
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