Chrome Locust

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Chrome Locust
Origin New York City, United States
Genres Stoner rock
Years active 1998–1999
Labels Tee Pee Records
Associated acts D Generation
Danzig
Monster Magnet
The Solution
Members Michael Wildwood
Todd Youth
Jim Heneghan

Chrome Locust were an American stoner rock band formed in New York city that was active between 1998 and 1999.

"In the Summer of 1998, while New York punk kings D Generation went on hiatus, drummer Michael Wildwood and guitarist Todd Youth (who had previously formed and played with seminal outfits Agnostic Front and Murphy's Law) began work on a side project that evolved out of a jam session that the two had with bassist Jim Heneghan (who was in Vásquez at the time). Within a few months, all three decided to leave their respective groups in order to devote all of their energies to this new band, which they dubbed Chrome Locust."[1]

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