*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Indie Music Media*
FEAR NO EMPIRE DEBUT EP OUT NOW
A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS FROM EP SALES DONATED TO THE ACLU – AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
COMPRISED OF MEMBERS FROM ZEBRAHEAD, THE ADOLESCENTS, DEATH BY STEREO AND COMMON WAR
“DESTROYER” VIDEO PREMIERING NOW
Collectively tapping into their punk rock and hip-hop roots with a desire to provoke change, Fear No Empire is Ali Tabatabaee – Vocals (zebrahead,) Ben Ozz – Bass (zebrahead,) Dan Palmer – Guitar (zebrahead, Death By Stereo,) and Mike Cambra – Drums (The Adolescents, Death by Stereo and Common War.)
“At a time when the whole world seems to be on edge, as we battle not only the COVID-19 global pandemic, but also civil unrest, Fear No Empire have formed to use our voice to help shine a light on issues of social and racial injustices. These songs are our protest” explains frontman Tabatabaee.
Stream the EP here – https://avex.lnk.to/FNE1028-EP
“We created a parody video that takes punches at some real serious things happening in America right now with the pandemic, racial protests and the presidential election. We hope that people enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it!” – says bassist Ozz.
The four band members share an artistic connection, combined years of experience and a desire to voice their frustration and stand up against social injustice in all forms. A portion of the proceeds from their debut EP were donated to the ACLU -American Civil Liberties Union.
“the pandemic and protests led to the creation of super group Fear No Empire” – OC Register
The early releases of three songs from the EP have already racked up over a quarter million cumulative views and streams.
“Fear No Empire never go off of their message and beat the leaders at their own game by amplifying their agenda for the common American. Overall, this is a great artistic statement from veteran musicians who know their strengths as artists and hone in on them to deliver a powerful statement of inspiring change” – Chorus.FM.
“When we decided to start a new band, we knew how important it was for us to use our platform to call out injustice and help bring positive change to the world, we hope it resonates with people and inspires them to use their voice” says Tabatabaee.