Boston’s Fathom Farewell are set to release their newest EP, Consume The Earth. Featuring six tracks of high-energy and emotionally-driven modern hard rock/metal, the EP shows why Fathom Farewell are one of the fastest rising stars in the melodic metal core scene.
Stated about the band, «Straight out of Boston, Fathom Farewell took the stage to a growing crowd. If you like an incredible vocal range, this band is for you. If you like screaming, this band is for you. If you don’t like rock music, why are you reading this? Just kidding. But in all seriousness, you need to check these guys out». -Eric Hooker (Boston Rock Radio)
Fathom Farewell brings depth to the rock/metal genre beyond the confines of its articulate instrumentation and vocal presence. Addressing topics from humanity and its relationships to the grave consequences human nature causes our world, front man Alex Cohen demands through his delivery that each listener lend a close ear and a willingness toward self-reflection.
This fiery passion results in a refined rock act with the potential to be the voice of change, but with the live thrill and precision of a modern heavy metal act. In conjunction with exceptional work ethic and persistence, it’s no wonder the band has swiftly made a name for itself throughout New England, having earned the opportunities to support Sevendust’s 20th anniversary tour, along with area dates with Issues, The Devil Wears Prada, Volumes, I Prevail, Currents, and many more. The band has also performed four times at the Vans Warped Tour in MA since forming in 2014, three times at New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, and made appearances at Rock And Shock Festival.
Following the release of the 2017 Decomposition EP, the band has accrued 25k streams on Spotify. Bolstered by recent additions to the new completed line-up and with the EP Consume The Earth produced by Chris Piquette (Trophy Wives/Riviera), Fathom Farewell aims to support this organic release with vigorous touring and marketing in hopes of carrying awareness of its message to the rest of its home country and eventually to the world, as all of this planet is our home.