Dead Til Friday

Dead Til Friday

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Rap metal for 2011, Dead Til Friday combine harsh screams and rapping with gentle, catchy melodies and intense riffing to bring a plethora of genres together. The band play the music they want to hear and pay no heed to trends or haters.

Biography

2011 has been extremely lucrative year for Dead ‘Til Friday. These “suspiciously young, yet suspiciously experienced chaps” (BBC ATL) hailing from Belfast Northern Ireland, play a unique blend of hard-hitting rap-metal, with catchy, melodic choruses which has gained the band much critical acclaim nation-wide.
“When I heard these guys from Northern Ireland... I instantly woke up and noticed something completely different” (Hit the Floor Magazine)

The young band have racked up an impressive number of festival appearances over the past few months, including Glasgowbury Music Festival and a prestigious slot at Tennent’s Vital Festival, headlined by Eminem. DTF played to an audience of 50,000, between Jimmy Eat World and The Kaiser Chiefs.
Dead ‘Til Friday have also toured with the bands Your Demise and Lower Than Atlantis, and supported Skindred.
All of these opportunities and successes have been fronted by the release of the band’s self-produced “Water” EP, which was released in April 2011.
This CD has been complemented by a professional music video for their single “The Longest Year”. It is set for release in early September, 2011
Dead ‘Til Friday has gained an admirable reputation for highly energetic and dynamic live shows “The stage could barely contain their energy” (Molten Magazine).
The band pride themselves on their professionalism at performances; “For such a young band these guys have the stage presence of seasoned pros.” (BBC, ATL)

Their unique take on metal, has allowed the band to appeal to a wider audience; “They could entertain any crowd, metal or not.” (Molten Magazine).
The group will embark on their first six -city UK tour in September 2011.

Dead ‘Til Friday have also attracted much media attention in the past few months, including regular airtime on BBC Radio Ulster, Blast FM and QUB radio. . The band will also be interviewed on BBC Radio 1 on Sunday 28th August 2011.

The band proudly endorse Arkaik Clothing (USA).