Hard Rock experimentalists, City Of Fire, pay homage to the vibrant city in which the band was formed, Vancouver, BC, with their self-titled debut release. City Of Fire's debut album was released on the band's website.
Although they are relatively young as a band, City Of Fire has plenty of musical experience; Burton C. Bell (Fear Factory) on vocals, and Byron Stroud (Zimmer's Hole, Fear Factory, Strapping Young Lad) on bass, with Ian White, vocals/guitar, Terry "Sho" Murray (Shocore), guitar, and Bob Wagner (Shocore, Econoline Crush), drums, rounding out the lineup. The band's self-titled debut was recorded over a two-month period in the band's hometown of Vancouver, at the Factory Studios and Profile Sound.
City of Fire finds its roots in everything from metal to hard rock to punk, and boasts a more adult oriented sensibility; a sound reflective of the evolving
maturity of its members and audience. Sonically hard yet groove heavy, City of Fire has conceived a sound that distinguishes itself from the rest.
Stay tuned for the sounds of the City of Fire!