00:22 - ANGEL REAPER damn i need t replace this keyboard ... too much typos ...
00:19 - ANGEL REAPER ma think Toxic Holocaust is my spirit animal .I mean its the first band whose songs sounds like something i would play- all those riffs i play as well . maybe even a bit better. hell i need a drummer ...
The Canadian grindcore act Fuck The Facts just shared their new video for "Everywhere Yet Nowhere" from their latest album Desire Will Rot, released back in August, 2015 through Noise Salvation. The video was created by David Hall and can be enjoyed/hated on YouTube player down under.
Canadian grindcore outfit Fuck The Facts premieres a brand new track, titled "Storm Of Silence", taken from the band's upcoming album, Desire Will Rot, out on August 25th via Noise Salvation. "Storm Of Silence" is available for streaming through the SoundCloud widget, which you will find below. Additionally, in support of this new release, the band announced a string of tour dates across the North America.
Following the release of 2011's Die Miserable, with various EPs and a split with Fistfuck, which can be streamed here, in between, the Canadian noisegrinders Fuck The Facts are excited to announce the release of Desire Will Rot, due out August 25th through the band's own label, Noise Salvation.
Canadian outfit Fuck The Facts just shared the first song off their new EP Abandoned. The song is called "L'impasse" and you can now enjoy it as much as you like on their Bandcamp page. This EP is made up of 3 songs that were originally written and (partially) recorded for the 2011 album Die Miserable, but were later cut from that record. What do you think about "L'impasse"? Let us know!
Canadian grindcore masters Fuck The Facts have yesterday officially released their new EP Amer via Relapse Records. The band has also made this EP available for streaming in its entirety through their Bandcamp site. It contains 7 brand new songs. In other news, the band has recently announced a string of dates for the upcoming European summer tour, which will begin on July 1st in Milan. Check out the complete list of tour dates below.
In case you didn't know, Canadian noise bringers Fuck The Facts have a new EP coming up titled Amer. You can hear something in advance of its release because the band has released the new song "L'enclume Et Le Marteau", which is available on the video below with animation courtesy of Osborne Oddities.
"Drift", a brand new video from Canadian grindcore outfit Fuck The Facts, is now available for viewing below. The song is off the band's effort entitled Die Miserable released in 2011 via Relapse Records. The clip was directed and edited by Michael Panduro. The band is currently working on a new album.
Misery, the brand-new upcoming EP from Canadian noisegrinders Fuck The Facts is set to be released on October 11th, together with the band's upcoming full-length album Die Miserable.
The band comments: The Misery EP is basically a collection of B-sides from our upcoming album Die Miserable. It also includes collaboration tracks we did with Jesse Mathewson (KEN Mode) & Elliot Desgagnes (Beneath The Massacre) and a re-recorded version of the song "Unburden".
A song from the EP, entitled "End Of The Line", can be streamed on the band's Bandcamp profile.
Canadian grindcore act Fuck The Facts have announced a string of 10 year anniversary shows.
"January 2011 will mark 10 years since Fuck The Facts started as a band. We decided to celebrate this milestone by playing some special shows in February and March with a set that'll touch on every album from 2001's Mullet Fever all the way up to some brand new songs from our upcoming album Die Miserable. Most dates are already confirmed, but we'll be updating the dates with details as we get them. So keep an eye out."
Fuck The Facts recently released a new DVD, entitled Live In Whitby. The DVD was recorded on April 11, 2009 in Whitby, ON, Canada and features the full live sets from Fuck The Facts, Heaps Of Dead, The Unborn Dead and F.A.T.O. You can watch a live clip, called "Everyone is Robbing The Dead", below.