The Fault Line

The Fault Line

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The power of voice and technology combined……breaking new ground. The Fault Line is edgy commercial rock- Naked, New, and Screaming. Never before has a band dived into mainstream rock without the use of instruments.

Biography

The sheer power of the human voice unleashed…
…breaking new ground.
What started out as a cool idea to create a rock band using no instrumentation has lead to the creation of this unique, organic sound. The Fault Line has completely rewritten the book on vocal music with their innovative direction. Unlike traditional vocal music (or that dirty word, a cappella) The Fault Line’s sound easily fits into modern rock radio playlists, while their electrifying stage show and huge live sound more than hold their own on the same stages as today’s heaviest bands.

With the momentum built by their success on America’s Got Talent last summer, The Fault Line has been focusing hard on perfecting this unique product, refining both their line up and musical direction.

So powerful was the emergent property of these talented musicians that the judges of America’s Got Talent, Sharon Osbourne, David Hasslehoff and Piers Morgan, watched in awe as the Fault Line rocked the stage using only their incredible voices.

“I think you guys are great. [It] sounds like a track was playing. It blows my mind. It sounded good, sounded good to me.” David Hasselhoff, Judge. America’s Got Talent 2007 Season.

The Fault Line is edgy commercial rock- Naked, New, and Screaming. Never before has a band dived into mainstream rock without the use of instruments.

The Fault Line is the first vocal group to fully embrace all of the technology typically found on stage with “traditional” rock bands. Just like any guitar-driven rock and roll band, pedals, filters, and effects are fully utilized in order to give The Fault Line their massive live sound.

The Fault Line assimilates widely used and accepted musical technology with the simple, yet profound power of the human voice. Bring that power to the heaviest of musical genres, and that is what The Fault Line has to offer today’s stale music industry.

Formed only two years ago, this band has already known national success. The taste of national fame has focused them and given even more motivation to push themselves in their own bid for international stardom.

Discography

The Fault Line EP
Junkin' Em Up

Set List

Repetoire of Covers:

Buried Myself Alive- The Used
Sky- Ra
Some Kind of Wonderful- Grand Funk Railroad
Stand by me- Ben E King
Breath- Breaking Benjamin
Use Me- Bill Withers
From Yesterday- 30 Seconds to Mars
Every little thing she does is magic- The Police
Bulls on Parade- Rage against the Machine
In the Air Tonight- Phil Collins
Enemy- Sevendust
Say the Same- Hoobastank

Repetoire is subject to constant change.

Set usually 1-1 1/2 hours.