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Height of Roman Fashion

Height of Roman Fashion in 2005, left to right: Marc Kaducak, Scottie Carneghi, and Brahm Taylor
Background information
Origin Joliet, Illinois, USA
Genres Hard Rock
Years active 2004–Present
Website Height of Roman Fashion
Brahm Taylor
Marc Kaducak
Scottie Carneghi

Height of Roman Fashion is an American rock band whose members originally hail from Joliet, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago, Illinois).

The group's music is a combination of hard rock and progressive rock but with the underlying sensibility and structure of power pop. Their lyrics cleverly deal with the darker aspects of theology, fantasy and science fiction but additionally feature such topics as the uncanny frequency of orphaned protagonists in fiction, the non-medical use of prescription medications and romanticized suicide amongst vampires.

The band's debut album is being recorded and will see release in 2009.



The power trio formed in 2004 when long time collaborators bassist/vocalist Brahm Taylor and guitarist Marc Kaducak asked drummer Scott Carneghi (formerly of Greta) to join. Carneghi had previously replaced Brad Wilk in Greta, when Wilk left to form Rage Against the Machine and eventually Audioslave.

During a brief hiatus, Carneghi joined the Ozzfest tour as drummer for the band Grade 8 (band). When business issues forced Grade 8 off tour, Carneghi again returned to Height of Roman Fashion.

The group mixed the single "MedHed" with producer Michael Wagener in Nashville, Tennessee.



  • Height of Roman Fashion takes their name from an obscure quote featured in the 1971 film A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick.
  • Taylor is a founding member of the nightlife solutions company DTX Group.


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