Peacemaker, DIE! announce the release of their EP ‘Chapter One’

Peacemaker, DIE! are no strangers to the big stage. Having toured the world in previous projects, each member has cut their teeth on every circuit imaginable from the toilet circuit right up to the arena stage. Forged in early 2014, Peacemaker, DIE! is a result of members of Funeral For A Friend, Dead Against The Rest, Forever Vendetta and New Device going into a room, turning the amps to 10 and getting creative. Entering into 2015, the band have their sights on getting the whole world to stand up and listen to what they have to say. Calling upon influences from all generations, Peacemaker, DIE! carve and splice together a sound that combines all of their favourite music. The band commit their total energy and passion into everything they do whilst firmly avoiding that place called throwback city. This is a band that love all musical styles of a bygone era, but they know where they belong and they are beginning to carve their place in the future of rock.

Leigh Jones explains “This EP comes from experience. We are all individuals with various backgrounds, so there was always something exciting going to happen when we sat down to write the record. This is the result of just that.”

Check out a special acoustic version of Last Man Standing


Since going to press Peacemaker, DIE! Have parted ways with guitarist Leigh Fuge and will be going out as a 4 piece.

Peacemaker, DIE! will release their debut EP ‘ Chapter One’ 14th April through Believe Digital.



Twitter: @peacemakerdieuk

Instagram: @peacemakerdieofficial

Live Dates

11th Apr – The Rhondda Hotel, Porth (W/ The Courtesans)

2nd May – Patriot – Crumlin

15th May – The Scene, Swansea

19th June – Sheild Fest @ The Scene – Swansea

30th Aug – MegaDay Fest, Caerphilly

About David Farrell

General Manager and 'THE' competition guy at Manager of The Goddanm Electric, Tour manager for Serpentine, and ex-general Dogsbody at Media partner to numerous bands. Also takes photos, writes reviews and likes classic rock, with a touch of thrash to get the blood flowing.
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