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Only Fate Remains

Only Fate Remains consists of six band members. Each of the members has its own musical roots ranging from rock ‘n roll to black metal, but all share their passion for creating strong melodic (subtle) sophisticated music. The versatile background and the shared passion together melt into a group of highly motivated musicians wanting to share their creations with the world.

Genre & Style

Only Fate Remains stands for a combination of rock/metal with strong melodies, influenced by gothic, atmospheric, melodic and progressive perspectives, combined with the power ...read more

Only Fate Remains consists of six band members. Each of the members has its own musical roots ranging from rock ‘n roll to black metal, but all share their passion for creating strong melodic (subtle) sophisticated music. The versatile background and the shared passion together melt into a group of highly motivated musicians wanting to share their creations with the world.

Genre & Style

Only Fate Remains stands for a combination of rock/metal with strong melodies, influenced by gothic, atmospheric, melodic and progressive perspectives, combined with the powerful, clear, rock voice of Eva Kokken. Because of this combination, the band clearly differs from other bands in the Gothic Rock/Metal scene. Bands in the scene that Only Fate Remains has resemblances with are The Gathering, Lacuna Coil and Evanescence.

Concert.

Only Fate Remains performed at a lot of concerts (100+) in The Netherlands and abroad in many famous Dutch vernues like 013, Vera, Kade, P60, Mezz, Tivoli and festivals like Summer Darkness Festival. Only Fate Remains shared the stage with bands like The Gathering, My Dying Bride, Paradise Lost, Epica, After Forever, Delain, Stream of Passion, Orphanage and Autumn. « hide


Breathe
2011

3
1 Votes

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