Hallows Die

Hallows Die

 Mississauga, Ontario, CAN
BandMetalProgressive

Heavy Metal From The Land of The Moose and Igloos

Biography

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In today’s day and age, the whole world struggles to place a label on everything it can. It seems as though every tangible creation can be placed into a category and catalogued accordingly. 

Hallows Die continues to forge a repertoire of songs exemplifying the belief that no label should be placed on musical expression. The result: odd melodies intertwined with bizarre time changes and unpredictable song structures. Considered by listeners to be a mixing pot of genres, Hallows Die strives to play weird and original material that continues to evolve into a musical entity that cannot be classified under any one specific genre.

With one EP already released, the band recorded and released their first studio album “World of Ruin” to overwhelmingly positive reviews. The reception of the album in addition to their collaboration with Dan Swanö (Bloodbath, Opeth, Katatonia) led them to appear nationally alongside such acts as The Black Dahlia Murder, Dark Tranquillity, Arsis, Aborted, 3 Inches of Blood, Cryptopsy,
Municipal Waste, Napalm Death, Krisiun, Atheist, and Kalmah. 

After several years of relentless touring across Canada, in 2013 Hallows Die took a hiatus from the road to write and record their sophomore release, “Masks”. After handling the recording themselves, mixing and further production was conducted by Jurekk Whipple (Kobra And The Lotus) at the Edge of Attack Studio in Grande Prairie, Alberta. Upon its return from Western Canada, Masks was shipped to the far reaches of Scandinavia, where, once again, the highly acclaimed Dan Swanö lent his considerable talents to master and complete the record.

With the finished record in hand in tandem with a Toronto Independent Music Award for Best Metal Band, Hallows Die has their eyes once again set on hitting the road extensively, bringing their noise to the masses. 

 A twisted world requires a twisted soundtrack; such is the goal of Hallows Die.

Discography

Hallows Die EP - $10 6 songs of pure baby making music. Plus some cool artwork to go with it.

Set List

usually six songs, varies from the 10 or so that we've written. Standard set is about half an hour.