All Else Fails Use Fire And Demolition In “The Sons Of Plenty” Video

Coming out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, All Else Fails is making a mark around the world for their aggressively dark brand of metal that is breaking the traditional ideals of their genre. Drawing comparisons to bands like As I Lay Dying, the band infuses their music with a variety of elements that includes experimental, classical, synth lines, and spoken-word sampling to accent a unique blend of heavy-as-hell screams and shiver-inducing clean vocals.

For a sample of what the above states, check out the new video on this page for the first single, “The Sons of Plenty,” from the forthcoming EP The Forever Lie, scheduled for release on February 17th.

About the video for “The Sons of Plenty,” vocalist/guitarist Barrett Klesko comments:

I’ve been waiting my entire musical career to light my guitar on fire and smash a drumset to pieces with it. This video is fucking awesome.

A high-energy live show that sets them apart from their peers has garnered them appearances on numerous high level festivals over the years, including Van’s Warped tour, Boonstock and opening spots for artists like Protest the Hero, Cancer Bats, Dayglo Abortions, 3 Inches of Blood, Fear Factory, Threat Signal, Decapitated, Suffocation, and Arise & Ruin.


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