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All Living Fear

All Living Fear

All Living Fear


All Living Fear is a Gothic Rock band formed in the South West of England in the early 90s,playing the same local circuit as bands like Muse. Regular gigging ensured that the band got noticed and in the 90s All Living Fear released 3 albums and played hundreds of shows. After a break the band regrouped and in 2003 All Living Fear released the well received ‘Home Too Soon’ album and picked up supports to The Damned, Wayne Hussey (The Mission), All About Eve and The Wildhearts. Read more on Last.fm
All Living Fear is a Gothic Rock band formed in the South West of England in the early 90s,playing the same local circuit as bands like Muse. Regular gigging ensured that the band got noticed and in the 90s All Living Fear released 3 albums and played hundreds of shows. After a break the band regrouped and in 2003 All Living Fear released the well received ‘Home Too Soon’ album and picked up supports to The Damned, Wayne Hussey (The Mission), All About Eve and The Wildhearts. Recently released is the bands fifth album ‘Fifteen Years After’,a double CD with a number of friends making guest appearances including Arthur Brown, Julianne Regan (All About Eve), Steve Bronski, Christian Riou (Claytown Troupe) and multi-instrumentalist Nick Pynn (Arthur Brown, Steve Harley). A DVD of the Whitby Festival show was released in 2009,followed by the departure of long term vocalist Andrew Racher. The bands influences include The Mission, The Cult, Led Zeppelin, The Sisters Of Mercy and Hawkwind. The current line up is: Matthew North: Guitar and Vocals Steve Williams:Bass Guitar Mike Soundy - Drums Former Key Memebers: Paul Roe: Bass and Vocals Andrew Racher - Vocals The band have released albums: The Widow's Blame (1995) Minimum Resistance (1996) Into The Light (1998) Home Too Soon (2003) N-Y-A-G-A (Under the name 'Corrosion') Fifteen Years After (2007) Coming Home (2012) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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