Now working as a four piece, the band began writing their first full length, while supporting the Versatile release. Beginning with reworking left out Versatile songs "29 Feet", and "15", the writing process took place between October of 2009 through March of 2010. The recording process, once again engineered independently by the band was considerably smoother, which is attributed to upgrades in recording, and sound equipment. It was recorded in a number of sessions between March of 2010 and June of 2010. The mixing and mastering took place during the summer. To give the album a sense of completeness, the band used samples from the 2010 Shinnecock Pow Wow to create the Intro and Outro of the album. Upon listening to the final product, they named the album "Roaming Through Chaos", with the idea that the record takes the listener on a journey through the chaotic music of Unstable. The album was released on October 30th of 2010, and was supported by the 20 show "Roaming Through New York Tour". On that tour, they hit various areas around New York state, including a memorable night at Aces of Clubs in New York City in October of 2010. 29 Feet was released as the first single in November 8th, 2010, while "Catch A Fire" was released as the second single on April 20th, 2011


Versatile was written between 2006 and 2008, combining new music, with rewritten music from the bands garage days. The recording of the album took place during a number of sessions between June of 2008, and April of 2009, recorded and engineered the record in their studio "The Dungeon". They then spent the summer of 2009 mixing and mastering it. While initially intended to be a six track LP, it was decided that the songs left out would be included on the following release, and was released on September 28, 2009 as an E.P. That night the band returned to the stage for the first time in seven years, playing in front of a sold out crowd at D.J. Ryders in Oceanside, New York.

The title of the album came simply from the way the band viewed their style, which wasn't simply any one genre, but as a whole, Versatile. Suffer No More was released as a single in January of 2010, and the album is still a major staple of Unstable's live sets.