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FatalFear

FatalFear

FatalFear


Firstly, there is another (inactive?) band in mexico with the same name, however it is written with a space between the words... this band's name is one word... FATALFEAR and they are from South Korea and it would seem even formed prior to the alternate band. Both labelled as melodic death metal and deathcore. FatalFear has fast become one of the upcoming names in the korean metal circuit, with regular spots around the country and last year's spot as Arch Enemy's ONLY support...FatalFear are a band to keep an eye on. Read more on Last.fm
Firstly, there is another (inactive?) band in mexico with the same name, however it is written with a space between the words... this band's name is one word... FATALFEAR and they are from South Korea and it would seem even formed prior to the alternate band. Both labelled as melodic death metal and deathcore. FatalFear has fast become one of the upcoming names in the korean metal circuit, with regular spots around the country and last year's spot as Arch Enemy's ONLY support...FatalFear are a band to keep an eye on. They are "Korean Metal with British Vocals" - FatalFear Rising from the beach town of Busan in the South of Korea, FatalFear ruptured onto the Korean-metal scene almost ten years ago as part of the Busan 24 Crew and after several line up changes released their debut EP in 2006, Fatal Fear - To kill a witch. They are the hosts of the ongoing/regular "24-hours of Bullshit Fest" for extreme and metal music, as well as the more recent "Youth Anthem" fest with a more mixed line-up). The founding member is Jin-Su, the head honcho of the 24Crew and Realize Records along with vocalist Ed (...and soon to come, a veteran, "world toured" professional sound engeneer Kirk Martin from Canada...also the new Drummer to FatalFear Since 2007/8 the band took on Ed, a British metal "veteran", for vocal duties.

Then in 2009, the band released their latest EP, Apocalyptic Crusade. The tracks layer vocalist Ed's earth-shattering snarls with blazing guitars, booming drums and biting guitar solos to generate an effort bursting at the seams with sludgy anthems. With standout tracks like "White c Virus", "Apocalyptic Crusade" and "Hopeless" They have a good balance of Heavy and Melodic riffage with a positive deficit of melodic vocals and a constant Deathcore groove throughout. FatalFear have already released music internationally and toured throughout South Korea. Even playing as Arch enemy's only support on their tyrants of asia tour in Seoul (October 2009). In 2010 the band have their sights set to begin to move out through Japan, Asia and into Europe.

Having already released tracks on the UK-based Microblast compilation in 2009. They are set to finish a recording now in early 2010 to be released around Summer via their label - Realize Records (Korea). They have also recently been featured in the April 2010 issue of Metal Hammer magazine and on the cover cd "Planet Metal"...as well as having been featured (alongside a few label mates) on the UK based Microblast 2 Compilation. And have been mentioned as The up and coming band for the month of October issue of Power Play Magazine rock and metal magazine which is also based out of the UK to see the article please check out this address : http://www.powerplaymagazine.co.uk/underground.html If they continue writing the spine-tingling classics as they have, Fatal Fear can count on loads of future success. http://www.metal-archives.com/band.php?id=123502 ---- Recently "Dread-Ed" (Vocalist) said : "As far as being a Brit in an all-Korean band...It's great! I really think it's awesome to see how far metal can travel, how many boundaries and cultural differences it can surpass. It's a true taste of freedom and expression, especially more so the further afield you look. Korea itself is a country divided by difference, war and politics.

Both the country's land and many families are divided. So its a very complicated place, full of great people..who love their metal and punk...especially as it contrasts so well against the typical pop music that is everywhere these days! And knowing how liberating the music can be myself...and the context out here, I can appreciate how fast the Korean alternative and underground scene is moving along! We had recently taken a break following our show in Seoul (in October 2009) with Arch Enemy on their Tyrants of Asia tour. The break was to beging recording (still ongoing), to train up a new drummer from Canada (Kirk M.) ...and for the holidays...But we are back out there, touring Korea again! (few possible dates in Japan too, but we are willing to play anywhere with anyone!) Myself, I returned to the UK to visit family etc. for a few weeks.

While the rest of the lads were busy in the studio writing and recording the basis for the rest of the forthcoming album. (and maybe the next after!) We have also been taking a bit of time to manage our own Indie record label "Realize Records" having signed artists from Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Sweden, Germany and France. Check the label's myspace for more info (www.myspace.com/x24crewx) and website (www.realizerecords.net)" LYRICS AVAILABLE VIA THE VOCALISTS "DEVIANTART" SITE http://dreaded209.deviantart.com/ sources: The band http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FatalFear_%28Fatal_Fear_Korea%29 http://www.metal-archives.com/band.php?id=123502 http://www.spirit-of-metal.com/groupe-groupe-Fatal_Fear_%28KOR%29-l-en.html http://www.metal-archives.com/band.php?id=123502 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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