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Fallacy

by Simon Says Die

A five piece melodic metal band hailing from Vancouver WA. This album infuses heavy riffs with melodic choruses that will be stuck in your head for days. We are a band that likes to focus on the positive things in life which is reflected in our lyrics.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. Conscience
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2. Before Your Time Comes
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3. Breathless (Everybody Get Down)
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4. Denial
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5. This Curse
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6. Fallacy*
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7. White Noise
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8. Walk Away
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9. Powerless
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10. Knight Falls (Rise of Bane)
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11. Far from You
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Album Notes
Watch our cover of I Ran By Flock Of Seagulls HERE > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lz0Eja0MGaI

HTP REVIEW by Max Puhala

Simon Says Die ("Melodic Metalcore" - Vancouver, WA)

Simon Says Die is a band that just signed to Project: Records, that wants to break free of the stagnancy that exists in Modern Metal, while still keeping true to their roots. I checked out the two tracks posted on their Bandcamp website, “White Noise” and “Denial,” both released in October 2012, and I heard a ton of innovation in their songs, but nothing that would alienate any fans of the genre.

This band excels beyond belief in their songwriting. The intensity in “White Noise” does not drop for one second, even though the song is almost four minutes long. While the drummer kills it on the double bass all throughout the track, the band moves perfectly back and forth between their heavy verses and melodic chorus. Somehow, the speed never lets up, and even the catchiest melodies are still sung with fast, tight drumming blasting underneath them.

One of the best things about Simon Says Die is their vocals, and this is especially apparent in “White Noise.” So many modern metal bands have a fantastic screamer, but also extremely subpar clean vocals, and impressively, Simon Says Die does not sink to this at all. The heavy vocalist has one of the best, most intense yells that I’ve ever heard coming from a local band, and the harmonies that the clean vocalist pulls off in the chorus really elevate “White Noise” to a top tier modern metal song. The lyrics are extremely engaging, too. I can easily imagine tons of kids piling on top of each other at a show, screaming “I don’t need anyone!” right back in the heavy vocalist’s face.

“Denial” is another great track by the band that perfectly showcases a guest vocalist from We Rise the Tides. All too often, a song with a featured artist will just have one or two lines sung by the guest, but “Denial” really stands apart from this by utilizing the guest’s talent all throughout the song. The track wouldn’t be anywhere near as great as it is without the featured vocalist. The concluding instrumental section also showcases some of the most impressive melodic musicianship Simon Says Die has to offer. The guitars sound is reminiscent of violins, as they sweep the song away when it reaches its final notes.

I was very impressed by Simon Says Die, and I’m sure that any fan of modern metal will also find something they love about this band. There is a talent here that most lesser-known bands lack, and with enough hard work, I really think these guys could make a mark on the industry. Let’s hope that they can keep making the music they love.

"Great song. The writing is your guys best yet, and it all flows. No jerky breakdowns or off feeling parts. It's the first metal song I haven't shut off a minute and a half in to the song in a LONG time. So thank you for that." - Ryan Bisson Review of Powerless

"Fallacy is by far the album of the year for 2014. If you haven't picked it up you're missing out." -Clinton Nordquist



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SSD FAN

Thank You
This by far is the album of the year for me. Fallacy touches on so many different aspects of my life. BUY IT NOW!!
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SSD 4eva

Breakout Band
This band should be on tour with the rest of the heavy hitters. Such passion and talent in their writing.
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