The brass metal brawlers of Fallstaf, residing out of Montreal, QC have posted a new teaser video for their upcoming full length album “Bastard Sons Of A Pure Breed” on October 25, 2011, the follow up their 2009 EP “The Hitman Plays Trombone”.
“We are really looking forward to releasing this album. It started as a jam 3 years ago and next thing you know, it’s a whole album! We are very proud of the work we did these past years. A bunch of shows, some new friends, our own sound, BRASS METAL. Also, we will be launching 2 new videos for this album, can wait for you to see it. Both produced by David Méliès. Everything will be available soon on our facebook page, reverbnation and itunes. Until then, have a drink on us!!! Long live BRASS METAL” commented bassist Ben Forte.
To view the teaser please visit the following link –
Hiring a hit man can sometimes to be seen as a means to an end, but not for Montreal, QC metallers Fallstaf. With their aggressive tendencies and energetic approach to lay it all out in the mosh pit, these brawlers realized that hiring a hit man with a trombone is the means to fuel the fire and only the beginning of what has become.
Forming their own new genre dubbed “Brass Metal”, out of their other more soften music collective North East Bistro. Fallstaf is the angry brother who has melange the trombone assassinations of the hit man with their brand of aggressive / heavy hitting metal that ranges in influences from heavy rock, thrash and hardcore. Expressing their darkest moments from their corner of the world with a creative metal soundscape, Fallstaf is set to release their debut full length “Bastard Sons of a Pure Breed” on October 25, 2011 and add a new sound to the metal family tree.
The 11 track album of fury is the follow up to Fallstaf’s 2009 EP “The Hitman Plays Trombone” and was self produced by Fallstaf, and mixed and mastered by Kevin Jardine (Slaves on Dope) of Uplift Studios.
Quick Fact: The name Fallstaf is based on the character Falstaff from Shakespeare’s play Henry V. Falllstaf was a Knight more interested in having a good time than being accountable for his knightly duties. He is often seen as a negative influence on young Prince Hal, the future king Henry V.