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"8/10 - Metal Hammer Review"

8/10 - The Addiction - Currently riding a wave of hype for their previous 3 EPs F.A.T.E are undoubtedly talented. Satisfyingly crunchy while maintaining melodic sensibilities, these boys know their way around a beatdown! Already compared to Killswitch F.A.T.E are definatly ones to watch. 29/08/07 - Metal Hammer

"8/10 - Metal Hammer Review"

Survive This - This young quintet pack a punch like Killswitch or even the Agony Scene. As the tracks get going, the core breakdowns subside and the metal juggernaut hammers on through like a wrecking ball. The tracks are great and have the power to stick. This could well get interesting. - Metal Hammer

"Matt Tuck – Bullet for my Valentine"

“There was riffs and there’s a difference between riffs and good riffs, and they were good riffs. It’s cool, it’s catchy, but it wasn’t too extreme, and it had a groove.” - Pop World Promotes

"Kerrang Review"

Kerrang (Dom Lawson)– “New ‘Core kids on the block’ show great promise.” “HUGE, HULKING metalcore riffs and soaring radio-friendly choruses” “This quartet’s potential is obvious” - Kerrang

"Dan Lane"

Wow! Best demo I’ve heard in a long time! - Deputy Editor Kerrang!


The Addiction - EP - 2007

Survive this.. - EP - 2006

Surgery & Progress - EP - 2005



F.A.T.E formed from a group of friends with the desire to produce, original, emotional, heavy music, which is accessible to the mainstream but also appealing to the thriving hardcore scene.

With 3 EPs all of which Sold out within days of release, they have received outstanding reviews and interest from music industry professionals.

With a live performance music video already under their belt, F.A.T.E are visually one of the most exciting live acts currently working the UK scene. Perfecting every aspect of their live stage show has been the preoccupation of this 5 piece for the last 3 years, building up a huge fan base.

F.A.T.E have also received immense support from a fearsome online community, gaining recognition internationally via their website and Myspace.

F.A.T.E have been enjoying increasing attention from the media and received Radio 1 Rock Show air play and representing Britain, F.A.T.E placed top 10 in the international unsigned band competition with Nuclear Blast Records.