It All Comes Down To This
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It All Comes Down To This

Riverside, California, United States

Riverside, California, United States
Band Rock Metal


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Die of Nothing, A Rage to Live (EP) -- February 2010 (online), TBA (CD-EP)



Start the first reel. Dim the house lights. It's time for a preview of Coming Attractions. Southern California's post-metalcore outfit It All Comes Down To This has announced plans to begin work on their debut EP. Tentatively titled "And Die of Nothing, A Rage to Live", the EP will feature six of the act's finest tracks including current live favorites such as "Try Dying" and "Once Again, A False Alarm" alongside soon-to-be barnstormers like "We Are Creating Enemies (Faster Than We Can Kill Them)".

The EP's title, a line lifted from an Alexander Pope poem, is both a symbolic flourish of the band's musical and philosophical perspectives and a defining statement of purpose. While not a "concept album", the record will prominently feature a cinematic theme, closely allied with the nature and style of the featured tracks as well as a natural extension of the role of film on the band's work. The six tracks will rage through the Inland Empire band's unique blend of traditional metalcore elements, with a distinct flavor for melody, and a healthy dose of post-hardcore, emo/indie rock, punk and dozens more to help create a sound that is decidedly their own.

The band has spent the past year honing their material through their explosive, high-energy performances throughout Southern California -- an intensity they hope to bestow upon their debut recording. Through a handful of lineup changes, the modus operandi of the band has remained the same: to create music of consequence that, while challenging the listener, is also a whole hell of a lot of fun. Sharing the stage with touring juggernauts the likes of The Number 12 Looks Like You, Arsonists Get All The Girls, We Came As Romans & I See Stars along with local favorites such as Screams of Midwinter & Soulwraith has provided an opportunity for the band to find kindred spirits of genre while simultaneously blurring the lines that define them.

It All Comes Down To This will convene at Workshop Studios in Upland, California in early January to track the record with local engineer/producer Kris Stewart (Screams of Midwinter, SirenSiren) who will bring his own unique perspectives and sounds to the table. "And Die of Nothing, A Rage to Live" is currently slated to be self-released by the band beginning in early February 2010 at shows, online and at select local retailers, with distribution expanding throughout the remainder of the year and beyond.