Medication (band)

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Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Alternative metal, heavy metal, post-grunge, nu metal
Years active 1999 (1999)–2003 (2003)
Labels Locomotive
Associated acts Soulfly, Machine Head, Bloodsimple, Ugly Kid Joe, Another Animal
Past members Whitfield Crane
Logan Mader
Kyle Sanders
Chris Hamilton
Josh "Trëy" Freese
Roy Mayorga

Medication was a group that included Logan Mader, Whitfield Crane, B. Blunt, Kyle Sanders and Roy Mayorga. They released a self-titled EP and an LP called Prince Valium through Locomotive Music, and filmed a video for the song "Inside". Before the recording of Prince Valium, Roy Mayorga parted ways from the group to rejoin Soulfly for the recording of 3. He was replaced by Chris Hamilton. They played one show in Los Angeles at The Gig on Melrose with Robert Trujillo, now of Metallica, on bass. They disbanded in 2003 due to the cancellation of their European tour[1] and the US branch of their record label closing.[2]

Band members[edit]



  • Medication (2002)

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  1. ^ "Medication's Blunt Speaks Out On Tour Cancellation, Future Plans -". 2003-02-07. Retrieved 2014-08-22. 
  2. ^ "Medication Plan European Tour, Lose U.S. Label Support -". 2002-12-01. Retrieved 2014-08-22.