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Montreal, QC – March 2015
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REMINDER This Week – London, Belleville, Toronto, Oshawa, Windsor – FAYNE Ontario/ Quebec ‘Make Your Way Home Tour’
Montreal, QC metal-core quintet, FAYNE kick off their Ontario and Quebec ‘Make Your Way Back Home Tour’ in support of their new EP ‘The Queen of Kings’ released this past November via Crystal Math along with their recently released music video ‘Believers’, which can be viewed here and new lyric video ‘Nomad’s Land’ featuring Misery Signalsvocalist Karl Schubach, which can be viewed here.
Make Your Way Back Home Tour 2015 – Teaser Video
iTunes – The Queen of Kings – iTunes
FREE DOWNLOAD – Believers – Free Download
Believers – Music Video
Nomad’s Land features Karl Schubach of Misery Signals – Lyric Video
‘Make Your Way Back Home Tour’
March 14 – Ottawa, ON @ Pressed – Tickets and info here.
March 15 – Kingston, ON @ Overtime – Tickets and info here.
March 17 – London, ON @ APK – Tickets and info here.
March 18 – Belleville, ON @ The Belle Pub – Tickets and info here.
March 19 – Toronto, ON @ Smiling Buddha – Tickets and info here.
March 20 – Oshawa, ON @ Atria – Tickets and info here.
March 21 – Windsor, ON @ Dominion House Tavern – Tickets and info here.
March 27 – Montreal, QC @ Katacombes – Tickets and info here.
After being on hiatus since 2008, Fayne reformed in 2013 with a renewed hunger and dedication to the Canadian metal scene to deliver a metal sound coupled with melodic, attitude-fueled breakdowns to compliment their high energy performances full of positive vibes, and ridiculously powerful guitar solos. Heavily influenced by bands such as Counterparts, Mastodon, and Periphery, Fayne’s ‘The Queen of Kings’ features a special guest appearance by Misery Signals vocalist Karl Schubach on their track Nomad’s Land plus was produced by guitarist Alex Gonzalez with the help from Alan Douches of West West Side Music (Dillinger Escape Plan, Every Time I Die, Between the Buried and Me) for the final mastering. The EP is the follow up to their 2004 debut ‘You Took it All Away’ and 2006’s ‘Delivering The Final Blow’ that lead the band on multiple Canadian tours plus opening slots to support bands like Alexisonfire, Underoath, Hopesfall and Blessed By A Broken Heart.
Track Listing – FAYNE – The Queen of Kings
1.The Queen Of Kings (4:48)
2. Believers (4:05)
3. Isonic Flight (1:48)
4. Concord (4:55)
5. Nomad’s Land (featuring Karl Schubach of Misery Signals) (6:44)
EP Length: 22:22
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“Fayne have unleashed a maelstrom of a fury in The Queen of Kings EP. Bracingly raw yet just as feverishly sculpted the five track metalcore fuelled encounter reasserts the Montreal quintet as a seriously compelling proposition. It is merciless and ravenous examination of the senses and a perpetual spark for the imagination to feed upon.” – Ring Master Reviews
“The Fayne heavy drum sound is similar to that of Slipknot. The vocal screams are like those of Hatebreed with the more melodic breaks of Redlight King’s vibe. The band is full of nonstop energy. The hooks from Alex and Nick are great to get the pulse going along with Carlo’s relentless percussion assault. Joseph shows his vocal range quite well on this release while Chris plays lights out on the bass tracks. It’s no surprise that they are a favorite of theValhalla Sound Circus after only one year. It’s a hint of great things to come from another good Canadian metal outfit.” – National Rock Review
“The Main Course for the night, Fayne, surely filled Our Hearts and Bellies with core-filled fist burgers and motivated serenading side salads!! Fayne is back and with a Vengeance: that’s for sure! The energy they created on stage powered their amps and reinforced the crowd. Surely Fayne has a message to spread! Thoughtful lyrical content brought us together, uplifting the crowd, spreading the power of oneness, and knocking down the walls of mind blocks that stand before us. And speaking of walls…the dense wall of sound created by the breakdowns surely raised a rumble of raised fists and energetic punters moshing heads.” – Montrealites (Live Review 2014)
“I was just impressed all around with how well these guys go together. Their chemistry on stage, musically, and physically is something I haven’t seen in a while. Their music collides with an influence of Misery Signals meets Pantera. They are known for blending in sick guitar solos with heavier strums, melancholic/mean vocals and an insane amount of energy. When I mentioned throughout the day to a few friends I was checking these dudes out, I got a lot of “Those guys are awesome!” – clearly a good fan base as well. Congrats guys.” – (Live Review 2013) – Bucket List Music Reviews
“There is no doubt in my mind that Canada’s Fayne is a solid band, musically they’re very tight and heavy enough to make you crowd surf at one of their gigs.” – Explicitly Intense
” FAYNE have expressed all fury with “The Queen Of Kings”, packed into 5 small songs to make this short little EP. With raw flavors exposed in this collection, the quintet has created a monstrous noise…All in all the EP does mark a great return for FAYNE.” Metal Temple
“Fayne is back from their hiatus with a Fury of furious Screams, Hard Hitting skins and Heavy sculpted guitar leads and solos. With a silent but deadly approach Fayne slays into the album with the title track The Queen Of Kings.” – Kingston Music Reviews
“La recette est bien exploitée, tous les éléments du genre sont en place avec des guitares adipeuses qui chuintent lors de certains moments opportuns.” – Voir