Interview: We Too Will Fade Goes Absolute Beast Mode With Ferocious New Single “Finders”
German Metal Band To Release Debut EP Enough This March
The might of German heavy metal has been rocking the planet since the beginning of time, well, at least since the beginnings of heavy metal as a musical genre. From the Scorpions rocking us all like a hurricane and Accept warning us that we’ll all get our balls to the wall, to millions of metal fans screaming the lyrics to Rammstein’s “Du hast,” the German metal machine has stood loud and proud. For those who like things on the heavier side, Germany is also home to the offensive assault of bands like Kreator, Sodom, and Necrophagist to name a few. Heads up, everyone! There is a new band in town that is ready to melt your faces. Let me introduce you to the fury and fire of We Too Will Fade.
Originally formed as a duo in Munich, We Too Will Fade found their two missing links to become one of the baddest, post- hardcore metal bands around. The band is led by guitarist Shmagi Liklikadze along with vocalist Vlad Andrei and the rhythm section of bass guitarist Julian Brechdaumen and drummer Giovanni Raabe. We Too Will Fade is not only an ultra-tight musical machine but also plays with a passionate emotion that is unsurpassed. In fact, much of the band focus is on love, the strength of love that holds us together as human beings and the despair we encounter when love is lost. The idea behind their name came to them when they heard an elderly couple expressing their love and regrets over an afternoon cup of coffee. Much as the flame that holds love together, we too will fade. As you can see, We Too Will Fade is definitely not your average, run of the mill metal band.
The band is set to release their debut EP Enough this coming March, with not only “Finders” but four additional tracks. “In The End We All Wish We Were Back Home” is another outstanding song that truly showcases what We Too Will Fade is all about. The dichotomy between the softer strums of the guitar with poignant vocals to a barrage of metal madness is both powerful and innovative. To coincide with the release of Enough, the band will play a special Enough EP Release Show followed by a string of dates to support the effort. 2019 looks to be a banner year for We too Will Fade. If metal runs deep through your veins, you’ll definitely want to check out this electrifying new band.
Shutter 16 had the opportunity to chat with Shmagi, Vlad, and Giovanni and find out all the latest info on the upcoming EP release and tour. You can listen to our interview in full below.