Fallen Asunder | Fallen Asunder

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Fallen Asunder

by Fallen Asunder

A fast paced mix of rock and metal, with power and passion, fast intricate riffs, guitar solos, and powerful clean singing.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Power Metal
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1. The World and Fate
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2. Our Ghosts
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3. Meant for so Much More
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4. Silent Lies
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5. Free Will
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6. Plight
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7. Upon Your Stars
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8. Lost in the Rain
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9. In Your Depths
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10. We'll Never Run
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11. Brought to Life
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12. Blinded Eyes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fallen Asunder is a project between 2 childhood friends, Ryan Batturs on vocals and guitar and Josh Weaver on lead guitar, who grew up playing music together. We are based out of Lancaster Pa, and influenced by the rock and metal genre. Our influences range from modern metal like Bullet for My Valentine, All that Remains and Avenged Sevenfold to power/ progressive metal like Dream Theater, Evergrey and Kamelot to rock like HIM, Journey and Goo Goo Dolls. Fallen Asunder has intricate guitar riffs and solos with powerful clean vocals over fast paced powerful, yet catchy songs.

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