Fall City Fall at Slumland

Calgary hardcore noisemakers Fall City Fall are hitting the road with Edmonton’s Slum Lord for the ‘No Parents, No Rules Tour’ that will see them embark across Canada from B.C. to Quebec in support of their latest album 2013’s Victus.

They will also be promoting new material from their follow-up set to be released later this year. They play Slumland Theatre here in Red Deer on June 18th.

The band also plans to give fans exclusive free download cards during the tour at the door of each concert for a new single that will be heard only live and later released online.


“There have been a lot of hardships within the past year for us as a band, but they’ve helped us grow and put us in the right mind set,” said vocalist Keenan Pylychaty.

Like most bands, Fall City Fall began humbly in 2008 as a small project between three best friends in their hometown of Calgary.

With duel-vocalists, Nathan Zorn and Keenan Pylychaty leading the pack, guitarist Jordon Storey, drummer Nathan Pope and bassist Andre Urquidi, have mastered their crafts, complimenting the vocals with technical riffs and hard-hitting melodies. Picking up steam, they began to collect a loyal fan base as they continued to play shows for friends and family.

Broadcasting their hardworking attitudes, they quickly became known for their wildly energetic performances and continued to book shows all over Canada.

Releasing their first EP, 1629, in 2010, the band had finally created the finely-tuned, perfected sound they had been searching for.

Revealing their unique blend of low growls, mid-screams, and clean vocals, they had married progressive, hardcore and alternative to form a subgenre of metal that leaves crowds speechless in the best way. Hungry for more, they delivered the Dead Saints EP, solidifying their spot as one of the most prolific hardcore bands to hail from Calgary.

-Weber

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