Refuse The Fall by Refuse The Fall

Refuse The Fall by Refuse The Fall

Small town with a big sound, rock band Refuse The Fall has new music that you need to know about! Winners of the “Promote Me Like A Rockstar” Competition (sponsored by Whotune.com), Refuse The Fall is exactly what the alternative rock scene needs. They beat out hundreds of bands that entered the contest and performed in the final five on the Whotune jam cam for the panel of judges, and jumped to #1 on the Whotune charts. The band was ranked #1 “Top Ten Unsigned Bands” by Alternative Addiction.com and it won’t be long until they are a household name. Band members Toby Taylor, Dusty Rea, Gavin Douglas, and Cody Mathis have great artistic vision and passion. Their single, Let It Rain, has a dramatic intensity that will have the chorus stuck in your head for days. Check them out on whotune here! or http://bit.ly/RefuseTheFall !

  • Everyone has two choices—evolve or die.It’s that simple, and that maxim holds true for every species. Either you can change with the tides or get swept away in their wake. Either you can grow or you can stagnate. Either you can st... Everyone has two choices—evolve or die.It’s that simple, and that maxim holds true for every species. Either you can change with the tides or get swept away in their wake. Either you can grow or you can stagnate. Either you can stand out or simply be another face in the crowd. With their third album, American Capitalist [Prospect Park], Five Finger Death Punch—Ivan Moody [Vocals], Zoltan Bathory [Guitar], Jason Hook [Guitar], Jeremy Spencer [Drums], and Chris Kael [Bass]—morph into the melodic heavy metal machine that they’ve been moving towards since their 2007 debut, The Way of the Fist. Not only is their sound bigger; it’s better. Not only has the music become more intricate; it’s become more infectious. Not only are they more direct; they’re more dangerous. (Duplicated from Fivefingerdeathpunch.com)

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  • Florence herself is a mass of contradictions: she’s tough yet she’s terrified, a bundle of nerves and passion, of darkness and pure joy. “I feel things quite intensely, which is why the music has to be so intense. I’m either reall... Florence herself is a mass of contradictions: she’s tough yet she’s terrified, a bundle of nerves and passion, of darkness and pure joy. “I feel things quite intensely, which is why the music has to be so intense. I’m either really sad or really happy, I’m tired or completely manic. That’s when I’m at my most creative, but it’s also dangerous for me. I feel I could write some good songs, or break some hearts. Or tables. Or glasses.” As for The Machine, it’s a flexible beast. It can go right down to Florence and a drum kit or a piano, but right now it’s a seven-piece band including long-term collaborators Rob Ackroyd (guitar), Chris Hayden (drums), Isabella Summers (keyboards) and Tom Monger (harp). (Info duplicated from florence+themachine.net). The new album, Ceremonials, dropped October 31st in the UK.

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