Los Angeles, Ca
A Fallen Mind is one of the fastest rising American electro-rock bands to date. It's fan base not only spreads out across the U.S, but also across the world, reaching the shores of England, Australia, Canada, Japan, Spain, Germany, and many other countries. Those familiar with AFM enjoy an intensely visceral concoction of bass-heavy riffs, brutal industrial beats, and deep relentless anger.
A Fallen Mind has worked with, and has been compared to, many bands: Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, A Perfect Circle, KMFDM, Marilyn Manson, Rammstein, Rob Zombie, Slipknot, Metallica, Misfits, White Zombie, Powerman 5000, Skinny Puppy, Static-X, Black Light Burns, and Enter Shikari just to name a few.
A Fallen Mind's debut album 'Pain Addiction' and their follow up album 'The Human Error' is now available on iTunes and Amazon.com.
NOTABLE APPEARANCES & RELEASES:
● 2012 - In November the Live in Second Life Tour is launched.
● 2012 - The follow up second album The Human Error is released.
● 2011 - A Fallen Mind secured a licensing deal with October Films -- http://octoberfilms.co.uk -- to feature the AFM song Wheels on the Bus (Heavy Metal version) in the television show Rude Tube.
● 2011 - A Fallen Mind released a 5 song ep through Arachnoid Recordings UK.
● 2010 - A Fallen Mind collaborated with the band Ministry to make the anti-christmas song A Hell of a Christmas.
● 2010 - A Fallen Mind re-mixed the Nine Inch Nails song The Hand That Feeds (War Criminal mix) and produced a music video for it. The video was been banned in Germany and on Myspace.
● 2010 - Both Illuminate and Scorpio Lover from the Pain Addiction album appear in the film "What Is Art? Inside The Mind Of The Artist As They Speak The Truth" by controversial artist, author, and director Steven Johnson Leyba.
● 2010 - The debut album Pain Addiction is released.