Terrible Fate
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Terrible Fate

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"Review of 12 Guns"

"This is some cool downtuned sludging going on"-WernerWAB. Cuba City,Wisconsin-10-18-06

"Song hits you like a punch in the face"-BraindeadZero. Madrid,Spain-10-17-06

"Heavy stuff indeed"-alex_king. Ontario,Canada.-10-17-06
- Garageband.com

"Awards for 12 Guns"

Best Male Vocals in Metal
Grooviest Rhythm In Metal
Best Beat In Metal

For the week of October 23, 2006 - Garageband.com


Demo - 2006
Web Singles - Missing, 12 Guns, Fist

12 Guns on hazmatradio.com,garagebands.com,atlmetal.com

Missing - Project Homegrown - 96.1FM Atlanta



Terrible Fate was formed in 2005 by sibling songwriting team Glenn Allen and Matthew Allen (formerly Pillar of Fear, White Oktober,
Fucked@Birth and Melena members). The brothers focused on writing music that would reach listeners on an emotional level. Out of those early sessions came a sound of sentimental anger and optimistic pessimism.
The powerful riffs and emotionally vivid lyrics were accompanied by the drumming skills of Glenn's co-worker, friend and co- founder of Dad's Garage theater, George Faughnan. After one rehearsal with the band, Terrible Fate had begun, and with the final addition of bassist Rob Corin, yet another co-worker of Glenn's, their lineup was complete.
Since then, Terrible Fate has rocked The Darkside, The Star Bar, Lenny's, The Venue, The 10 High, Dad's Garage Theater, Oglethorpe University
and W.A.R.Sfest. They were featured in March 2007 on Project Homegrown on Atlanta's Project 96.1 and they have invaded internet radio on
ATLmetal.com, Garageband.com and Hazmatradio.com. The band will record a dozen songs in April 2007 for a new release, and is actively seeking more opportunities to brutalize listeners with live performances and their EP, which will continue the ear blistering for fans long after
the concert is over.