Fall Against Fate – ‘If Not For Ourselves’ EP

Fall Against Fate – ‘If Not For Ourselves’ EP

Fall Against Fate are from Hertfordshire and by the sounds of it they are very angry about something. Could it possibly be being from Hertfordshire that they’re angry about? Either way they need to keep it up.
It’s great to see bands like Fall Against Fate waving the flag for British hardcore music with EP’s such as this beauty. This is not straight forward hardcore where you imagining the band head banging in unison live, they have a much deeper vibe. Beware though these guys are not for the faint hearted.
I hate to label these guys in the same category as bands such as Bring Me The Horizon but they do have a similar to BMTH during their Suicide Silence album period with a slice of Sikth and Dillinger Escape Plan thrown in for good measure. The EP consists of 6 amazingly written tracks that feature all the break downs as well as dramatic choruses you could ask for as well as a perfectly timed introduction that creates a blank canvass for Fall Against Fate to paint anything they desire.
Recently featured in Front and Rock Sound magazine these guys are set for much bigger things than playing in local bars such as “The Flap and Foreskin”. Give this bun another year or so in the oven and they will be constantly on channels such as Kerrang and Scuzz. 7.5/10
Chris Storey
Stand out tracks : ‘So Real’ and I ‘Hate Godzilla, He Destroys Cities’.

Stream ‘Hate Godzilla, He Destroys Cities’.

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