No Place For Heroes
Fed on the accomplishments and the faithful european fan base of Parisian band Paradise Scream, No Place For Heroes came to life in 2010 following a transformation inspired by experience and self-reflection. Built for the stage, this ensemble presents a dynamite cocktail of sounds, combining the heaviness of rock, the power of metal as well as a hint of progressive, all supported by an over-the-top theatrical stage presentation. Fans of the riffs of Rage Against The Machine and The Deftones, the energy of the Foo Fighters and Queens Of The Stone Age, and the presence of Tool and System Of A Down will definitely find music for them in NPFH.
After having played alongside headliners such as Scorpions, Down, Skunk Anansie and Soulfly at the Long’i’Rock Festival in Switzerland, NPFH went to work producing a new, self-titled album. Always seeking to step outside the beaten path, the band’s members (Will Maurer, Emile Tempere, Germain Desprès) left France for Montreal (Canada) in order to promote their new music across North America. After several shows in this new territory, the group rounded out 2011 by co-headlining Montreal’s Club Soda.
2012 marks another important change within the band with the arrival of Quebecer Olivier L’Heureux on lead guitar. The band’s first self-titled album has been available for free online since January, and the new single “Girls want Bad Boys”, due out this spring, will prove that No Place For Heroes is a band in constant evolution and rapid growth.