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No Place For Heroes: New Experimental Rock/Dubstep/Hip Hop Track Streaming Online

No Place For Heroes: New Experimental Rock/Dubstep/Hip Hop Track Streaming Online

Paris-via-Montreal rockers No Place For Heroes just released a new experimental track, streaming online at this location:

The song is a double collaboration, showcasing FdubX, a French electronic musician, as well as SelfB, a rapper that spent part of his career based in New York City, the whole over NPFH’s heavy guitars.

“We wanted to step outside the clich├ęs of metal,” explains NPFH guitarist/vocalist Will Maurer. “We’re happy to showcase our willingness to mix genres, as this is in our opinion the future of music!”

NPFH transplanted themselves to Montreal from Paris in 2011 after several high-profile performances in Europe, alongside major international acts such as Down, Scorpions and Skunk Anansie. They have since released their debut self-titled album, produced a music video for the song “Surrender” and played several important gigs, including co-headlining Montreal’s Club Soda. The band is working on a second album, from which the new single “Girls Want Bad Boys”, is set for release in summer 2012.

Built for the stage, NPFH 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.

View the band’s debut music video here:
and visit their official website here:

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July 12, 2012