House Party Era
The first official NEOTOLEDO gig was a house party with (L to R) Stecki on keyboards, Holtwick on vocals and guitar, Bernadette on drums, and Smalls on bass. Shortly after this first gig, Bernadette left the group, and may have been abducted by evil robots.
The Classic Era
After months of auditions, NEOTOLEDO hired Bobby Prom (second from right) to replace Bernadette on drums. During this era, most of the band’s best-known tracks were written and perfected, such as Holding My Bionic Hand, View from the Moon, and Mission to the Unknown.
The Modern Era
After a long day of recording, Bobby left his drum set at the studio and never came back. Some thought that the band would never play again, but the surprise addition of Chuck Vadun (at left) brought them back to the stage and studio.
NEOTOLEDO, "Carlsbad's Hardest Rocking Band," formed in San Diego, CA in 2004. The project was started by two visual art students from Bowling Green State University as a performance art project against conformity and corporate dominance. After years of experimentation and research, the project spun out of control, creating a genre of music known as "Anti-Robot Experimental Space Rock." After various lineup changes, the current roster of NEOTOLEDO is Khryztof (Guitar/VOX), Smalls (Bass Guitar), Stecki (Synthesizer), and Chuck (Drums). Their mission is to prevent the spread of pro-robotic propaganda and prophesize to the world the coming danger of a robot uprising. With the help of their close followers, NEOTOLEDO can still prevent the scientists from implanting microchips into our brains, injecting nanobots into our blood, and building unstoppable robot overlords.