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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, 2012

OBEY THE BRAVE RELEASE VIDEO FOR “LIVE AND LEARN"

Adrenaline-charged, metalcore newcomers, Obey The Brave have released a video for their hard-hitting track “Live and Learn” with plans to release their Epitaph debut, Young Blood on August 28th. The band is currently on tour all summer long on the All Stars Tour.

Fans can check out the explosive video for “Live and Learn” here

Based in Montreal and Ottawa, Obey The Brave first emerged onto the landscape of aggressive audio at the foot of 2012, combining some ex-members of heralded deathcore outfit Despised Icon and metalcore quintet Blind Witness. Fueled by passion and a strong DIY ethic, Obey The Brave have amassed an immediate following, turning heads with massive breakdowns, crushing guitar riffs and an heavy hitting beats.

Obey The Brave have posted an in-your-face video for their first track, “Get Real” that can be found by going to: http://youtu.be/8I2nX6WzV7k

Obey The Brave are taking their high-energy live performance across country on the All Stars Tour this summer and will head to Europe this fall on the Never Say Die Tour. When asked to describe Obey The Brave’s stage show, frontman Alex Erian keeps it brief and blunt: “Pure f*****g chaos, man.” He elaborates: “We’re a live band; our music is made for the stage, so what you hear on the record is an accurate take on that. It’s a very raw approach.”

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