Fracture pride themselves as being one of very few bands out of Australia to have delved into a genre of music that is vastly becoming popular. Ask the band and the will say that they would call their music “Metal” but composition of their music has it otherwise. It's Progressive Metal!!
Fracture was formed in early 2007, after a meeting with a mutual friend that they had in common. David Bellion on Vocals, Tony Markou on guitars. At first it was an exploration of ideas, sounds, experiments and various recordings that gave them the urge to create a unique sound. David, having sung in various metal bands through the years, most notably Neue Regel, Vaudxdvihl, and Star Chamber, brought forward a lot of new and exciting ideas, sounds, mixtures and shades of light and dark musical composition, with and exceptional ear for detail and perfection.
Tony, along the same lines, played in various bands through the years, in various genres. From Blues to hard rock and heavy metal. After years persisting with his passion, he realised that he needed to push his own boundaries and limits and start something fresh. Upon meeting David, it was an instantaneous realisation that they could really work well as a team, and create something they can honestly say is their best work to date.
Joined Later by Mark emblin on drums the band began working on their debut album,” Simple Chaos”. Delivering a collaboration of musical styles, Emotion filled composition and lyrics, and a dynamic approach, FRACTURE has certainly created their masterpiece.
“It's quality prog from Down Under. Vocals are simply outstanding” (Ultimate Metal Forum)
“Classy! This is very very very good in a thoughtful, mellow Redemption meets a Metamorphosis Zero Hour on a blind date with Fates Warning and rage for order Queensryche sorta way....” (Perpetual Motion)
This album will appeal to all metal followers.Outstanding production delivers razor sharp riffs and listening enjoyment often missing from 'progressive' bands. It is obvious these guys are musicians of the highest order as they skilfully mix their technical skills within the songwriting process.Is this really their first album? It has the feel and confidence of a band that has reached the top of their game. Future releases are eagerly awaited. On the strength of this debut they have the ability to be a seriously BIG band. You have to hear this album! (Posted on 7/27/13)
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