The Fierce And The Dead – live album out in October

One of my favorite bands have another live release coming in October. Check out the press release! Pre-orders will be live on Monday, September 1st at https://tfatd.bandcamp.com


 

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Bad Elephant Music is thrilled to announce that The Fierce And The Dead’s new album, Live USA 17, will be released 4th October 2019.

A truly epic live album, Live USA 17 exemplifies The Fierce And The Dead’s performance at the legendary RoSFest, a progressive rock festival, in Gettysburg, PA in 2017 which won over many fans from the USA. This album includes some of the best-loved tracks from If It Carries On Like This We Are Moving to Morecambe and Spooky Action, and previewed 2018’s breakthrough album, The Euphoric.

This album showcases the amazing instrumentals that Matt, Kev, Steve, and Stuart weave. Their opulent psychedelic sound is hypnotic and addictive. Each track melds impressively into the next for a picturesque escape into the band’s musical world.

Matt remembers the concert: “For four lads from Rushden playing a live show in America was about as likely as walking on the moon. I hope you enjoy this document of that unlikely adventure.” He adds, “It represents the end of an era for us, just before we started adding the keyboards live. I’m really pleased with it.”

BEM’s David Elliott is equally excited for the release. “It was a magical weekend and The Fierce And The Dead’s performance was one I was privileged to witness myself. The album captures a mature, working band at the full height of their powers.”

Live USA 17 will be available on CD and digital download, with pre-orders open very soon. You can catch The Fierce And The Dead live on 10th November with Dub Trio at The Underworld Camden.

 

Bad Elephant Music: http://music.badelephant.co.uk/

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About Rob

I have been a fan of progressive metal and progressive rock for most of my life. My music collection is insanely large. My passion for life is music...progressive music!
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