WORDS BY: JEANETTE LEBLANC
IF YOU’RE A FAN OF: I Killed The Prom Queen, Emmure, Killswitch Engage, Motionless in White, All That Remains, As I Lay Dying.
Australia has done it again! Melbourne’s Feed Her To The Sharks are making an impression across the globe since the release of Fortitude on February 10th, 2015 via Victory Records. If you are into heavy riffs, a mix of clean/ screaming vocals, heavy hitting drums, melodic keys and synth, and all around clean production- then Fortitude is the right fit for you. (Purchase here).
Born in 2010, and consisting of Andrew Vanderzalm (Lead Vocals / Piano / Keys), Kim Choo (Guitar / Synth / FX), Rob Davies (Bass Guitar / Backing Vocals), Marinos Katsanevas (Lead Guitar), Feed Her To The Sharks have already made a lasting impression on fans while touring with bands like: Asking Alexandria, Suicide Silence, August Burns Red and Vans Warped Tour Australia in 2013.
Having just released a music video for “Burn The Traitor”, guitarist Kim Choo weighs in saying; “As with all of our songs, we started writing “Burn The Traitor” with a vision in our heads. The aim this time around was to make a crushing track that had a very intense and dark feel to it” adding “When we pitched this song to Jason Eshraghian (director), he immediately loved the song and came up with the idea for the music video. He really captured the darkness of this track and translated into the screen.”
Bassist Rob Davies adds, “Burn The Traitor” is one of my favorite tracks from Fortitude. We really wanted to create a cinematic experience for the listener. After writing this song, we simply knew we had to compliment it with a music video.”
Along with “Burn The Traitor” other stand-out tracks on Fortitude include “The World Is Yours”, “Chasing Glory”, and “Faithless”.
Feed Her To The Sharks are currently touring Europe as part of “The Australian Takeover Tour” with Thy Art Is Murder, Aversions Crown and Earth Rot- we can expect to see them in North America as they embark on the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival’s Victory Records Stage, hitting the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre in Toronto on July 15th! (Tickets available here).