FAKE FIGURES, the Orange County, California-based band featuring former members of ATREYU, HOTWIRE, SCARS OF TOMORROW, NIGHTFALL and THE IRON MAIDENS, is preparing to release its debut EP, "Hail The Sycophants".

According to a press release, "FAKE FIGURES has come, and approaches at full tilt with a sonically diverse platter for those to choose from. Having the good fortune of each member being associated with their individual acts has led to an immense arsenal of song writing capabilities and comfort during live performances.

"FAKE FIGURES are preparing to give a complete spectrum of their inception and where they are now by also furnishing a full-length documentary chronicling the bands beginning stages (demoing, rehearsals, photo shoot, new member addition, first show, etc.), filmed by bass player Bob Bradley and singer Rus Martin; who also filmed and edited the band's first video for the track 'Something Deadly'."

After accomplishing these freshman steps they are currently primed for the future by reading themselves with social media promotions, merchandise plans, additional shows, and a PR strike which will, conceivably, boost them into the arms of their peers.

FAKE FIGURES has partnered with AOL's Noisecreep to bring you the exclusive premiere of "Something Deadly". Check it out using the audio player below.


Rus Martin - Vocals
Travis Miguel - Guitar
Heather Baker - Guitar
J Po - Drums
Bob Bradley - Bass

For more information, go to this location.


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