Flight Of Martyrs
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Flight Of Martyrs

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1997-Lp release "2E4D"..Airplay 99.9FM
1999-Lp release "Live Demonstration"..Airplay 99.9FM
2000-4 song Demo
2005-Lp release Scheduled for Aug.

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(F.O.M.) Sprung from the collaboration of two long time friends, singer/songwriter Jason Ironhot, and bass player Marty McDermott. These southern boys called the Oklahoma/Texas area “home” for most of their lives while feeding off of some the worlds best blues musicians. In 1997, after moving to the Seattle area, Jason and Marty bring in J.D. Shoemaker to complete the band. F.O.M. attacks the Seattle/Portland club scene as an explosive power trio. F.O.M.’s first release, entitled “2E4D”, receives airplay on 99.9 KISW in Seattle, with a track called “Yin Yang Moon”. Sales of “2E4D” exceeded 2000 copies! {1999}Keith Ryland joins F.O.M. as the new drummer and soon “Live Demonstration” was recorded. The first track entitled “Wages” again receives airplay and is marketed on www.CDBaby.com. Combined with over 100 live shows up and down the coast, and the website, sales of “Live Demonstration” exceeds 1000 copies to date...{2000}Back to the studio, this time with the help of engineering great John Schluckabeir at the mixing board and engineer Evren Goknar doing the mastering at Capital Studios. FOM put together their most powerful recording to date, humbly known as the “4 track demo”. After raving reviews on many MP3 websites such as www.garageband.com and www.hotbands.com, FOM is voted #1 at www.mp3-rock.com with over 5000 tracked downloads including everyone’s favorite track, “Hold Me Down”. {2003}FOM moves to Los Angeles and shifts into high gear with drummer Dave Krause. Dave comes from Chicago with an exstensive background in performing and recording. His most recent band called Solestone, had played a few shows with FOM at the Whiskey A-GOGO in LA. After the band split, Dave placed himself in a lead roll for FOM.