The Fallacy Posts New Song "Gears Of War"
Canadian act The Fallacy has posted the song "Gears of War" online, which is taken from the band's upcoming EP "La Fin Du Monde." You can listen to the song in the player below.
The band also commented on its history:
"The Fallacy is a Metal/Hardcore band formed in 2007 from Calgary, AB. Made up of locally well-known members from previous bands, they came together to combine their techniques and intense energy into raw, groovy, attitude-driven metal with dance moves. Playing a number of shows and festivals in the first year as a band, The Fallacy recorded their first self-titled EP. The record was released independently, and sold on many self-booked tours. The Fallacy toured the Canadian west coast to Southern Ontario, hitting every major city along the way, with artists such as Arise and Ruin, Blindwitness, Fall in Archaea, To Cherish, Storyteller, and many more.
"By early 2009, after their EP release, the birth of 'I Hate Nancy Grace' music video, and countless shows, The Fallacy decided to return home and lock themselves in their rehearsal space to redefine, and mature their sound. Inspired by a combination of technical Metalcore parts with fast, simple timing and structure. Rather than going for an image or theme to suit the genre, The Fallacy created a captivating style of groove and timbre that is true to Metalcore. Backing the music with lyrics that convey how the human race is becoming ruined by misanthropy itself, using straightforward interpretation, rather than the clichés, metaphors or stories most bands try to portray.
"Breaking out dance moves from the Robot to the Sprinkler, guitar flips to climbing onto house high monitors, The Fallacy’s energetic live performances soon landed them gigs sharing stages with the likes of The Ghost Inside, Shai Hulud, August Burns Red, Set Your Goals, Architects, Fear Before, Dead and Divine, Fake Problems, Betrayal and The Set. Dripping endless amounts of sweat (and occasionally blood), The Fallacy, careless of the aesthetics of gear, demonstrate intense energy and show the audience what they’re really all about. Whether the audience likes the music or not, The Fallacy’s live intensity leaves the crowd a performance that is unforgettable."
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