Interviews: Fall Of Earth

On this new occasion, we have had the opportunity to interview the Hybrid Metal bandFall Of Earth from Canada. Check out the interview and follow the band on their FACEBOOK PAGE.

1. Where did you get the idea for the band name, you planned it or came out just like that?

After writing a few songs and still not sure what we wanted as a band name, we all decided that the name Fall of Earth would fit perfectly for the band image, as we are a band that hopes to spread awareness and bring change toward global issues, like climate change, war, mass extinction, and more. The song Fall of Earth had already been written and so we made it the title track of our first album. Fall of Earth, on the album Fall of Earth, by the band Fall of Earth. Like that’s never been done.

2. Why did you want to play this genre?

Well, it was the obvious choice! All of us were obsessively metal heads. There was no doubt in our minds that rock and metal were the founding principles for creating the We live for the heavy, dark, and real feeling that metal brings to the table.

3. Did you know each other before the band was formed?

I met Brody the guitarist right after grade 10. He had been jamming with our drummer since they were kids, but we wouldn’t come together as a band until a year after We formed a band and didn’t have a bassist until we ran into Aaron at the gym. He was a classical guitarist, which we believe helped him settle into bass playing easier than other backgrounds of guitar styles. It was almost out of nowhere. Brody and Brendan wanted to get a band together for some time but never found anyone dedicated to grinding the stage as hard as they would. I wanted to form a new group myself, but for years we never thought to ask one another to get together and jam… until we did!

4. Each band member's favorite band?

(Guitar) Brody's favorite band is definitely Gojira. They’re a wicked proggy, tribal type of death metal. 

(Drummer) Brendan's favorite band is Dream Theatre. A highly sophisticated Neo-Prog, heavy metal band.

(Bassist) Aaron's favorite band is White Chapel. Combine grind-core, hardcore, and melodic black metal.

(Vocalist) My favorite band is Blood Bath.

Cofounded by the singer for Opeth, they scooped out the folk metal and were left with pure classic death metal. They’re a truly brutal band.

5. Who or what inspires you to write songs?

My father always played music as I grew up. He was definitely an inspiration for me to start writing music. I like to draw from my imagination, and fantasy to create stories in my My biggest advantage when writing music is that fantasy is limitless!

6. Where was your last gig?

Our latest gig was in our hometown at the Starlite room for our album 2 It was an absolute banger. You can really feel the love and support from your hometown gigs.

7. Where would you like to act?

A dream stage to play on would be the whiskey It's a legendary stage for many. A plethora of amazing artists have rocked out on that stage and I would be honored to be one of those people.

8. Whom would you like to feature with?

The band has always agreed that we sound a bit like We could fit on a bill with them any night of the week. They are some of the most talented guys on the scene and masters of their sound.

9. Whom not?

I suppose any country Not that we don’t respect country music. It would just be a bit of an awkward mix, I’m sure most would agree. Like the real hardcore country bands, Ooo or country pop, that one I’m not too fond of.

10. Have any of you ever suffered from stage fright? Any tip for beginners on how to beat that?

I did it for the first few shows. I almost puked before I had to go on stage. I was always shy and a bit introverted. Being the frontman I am today definitely didn’t come My advice to the newbies would be to practice how you’ll be moving on stage. Capturing those big moments is very important. As for stage fright, it's kind of something you just have to concur with time on the stage. Do it often, and tell yourself you’re confident. Not that it’ll work haha.

11. What bands have inspired you the most?

Our biggest inspirations are definitely Gojira, Trivium, and Between the Buried and Me. They are all bands that we look up to and they are bands we think we’re very compatible with.

12. What's the weirdest thing a fan has ever asked you for?

I guess the weirdest thing fans have asked of me are the objects they present for signature. Receipt paper, TnA, wallets, swords, & shoes. Sometimes it just is like that.

13. What do you think of your fans?

Our fans are the best thing we could ask for. We truly love them all. Their friendship is the reason the band does what we do. All across Canada, we’ve met the most beautiful souls. Metal heads are definitely the crowd to be with.

14. What do you think of our site?

I love the sheer amount of content, and interviews you guys share on the site. The behind-the-scenes stuff of the people who make music. You guys help great artists get the opportunity to share a bit about themselves, and for the fans to connect deeper with the artist. Thanks for all your hard work delivering content to the community!

15. Something to add?

We wanna thank Breathing the Core for the opportunity to be a part of their interview! It was a blast answering all their questions.

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