Fallout Of Line
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Fallout Of Line

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Our debut self-titled E.P. is out and getting ready to sell in local CD stores around New England. We have a couple of tracks streaming on www.myspace.com/falloutofline. The two tracks are "E Brake On Time" off of our up and coming E.P. and a acoustic track that is downloadable. We have
airplay at Rhode Island College 90.7 and we will be getting airplay soon on local radio station 95.5 WBRU, The track will be "Miss You" also off of our E.P. We also are on a compilation on off-tone records with local band such as, Bad Larry', 'Monty's Fan Club' and many others. At our shows we will have our E.P. for sale as well as the compilation.


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At the age of 18, the members of Fallout Of Line where surprised to hear that there music had caught the ear of Indie record labels and fans as far as the UK. With there debut E.P. due out in the summer of 2005, this Rhode Island based Rock band is already creating a buzz.

The band started in 2004 when (Singer-Lead Guitarist) Drew Romano and (Bassist) Craig Desmarais met (Drummer) Matt Stanford playing for the local church band. With a mutual interest in music, it became clear right away that they had something worthwhile. The band was soon joined by (Singer-Rhythm Guitarist), Brian Cote who spiced up the mix. With members driven by day-to-day life, it gave them the edge that defines the band today.

Fallout Of Line sounds like a little of every rock
band you have ever heard. Bands such as Brand New and Taking Back Sunday inspire Drew Romano, vocal-lead guitarist. Brian Cote, vocal-rhythm guitarist, inspired by MxPx and The Offspring. Craig music ranges from New Found Glory to The Used to 311 as well as a variety of other styles of music including reggae and funk. Matt listens to just about everything but is especially fond of bands such as Coheed and
Cambria, Underoath to Disturbed, and even the musical Phantom Of The Opera. With every member of the band having there own inspiration as well as the inspiration from events of every day life, they blend it all together to create a style of there own.

Excited as they where to record there debut E.P., they never expected such enthusiasm fans from every state found for there music. Fans from as far as the U.K. and California have already pre-ordered there E.P. Fallout of Line has created a buzz just from word of mouth and has even sent out free E.P.s to the U.K., Ohio and even Maine for the people who do not get a chance to go to their shows.

Fallout Of Line’s live show is something that fans rave about. With a high-powered live show, you will be singing along and bobbing and dancing to the rhythm, most likely you won’t leave until your covered in sweat. "There is no doubt that Fallout Of Line has a live performance that will get you coming back for more".

With help from a friend that works for Columbia
Records and a newfound friend with ties to Universal Records, Fallout of Line seems to catch the interest of fans every day. "They have what it takes, give it some time and you will definitely be seeing them hit it big" Columbia records promoter David Shaw agrees. With a Indie label backing them they are on their way to bring their music to people everywhere.

"What it really comes down to for us, is we want to write music that people can relate to and sing in there cars as they drive down the road. We don’t just write music about the girl or how we had a bad day, the music we create comes from experiences from our day-to-day life and how we deal with it and keep moving on in life, but most of all it comes straight from our hearts, nothing less. We write our music for our fans, we write our music because that’s what we love to do."