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  FURYON NEW VIDEO 'DON'T FOLLOW' STREAMING ONLINE NOW
14th November 2011

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Since their inception Furyon have been a band who like nothing more than to challenge expectations. Raised on a diet of Heavy Metal, prog, and classic rock, Furyon mix all these components for a truly unique and contemporary sound.

With the release of their single 'Disappear Again' earlier this year and an explosive set at High Voltage festival that left fans with their horns still in the air and gagging for more. Furyon have been exercising their relentless work ethic with an epic new video to their song; 'Don't Follow'.

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Having recorded in Atlanta with platinum selling US producer Rick Beato (Shinedown, Fozzy, Vince Neil) it is no wonder Furyon is guaranteed to shake up the rock world. Self financed and distributed, Furyon are the embodiment of an underdog story.

Mixing Alice in Chains' heavy riffwork with shredding capabilities from the Van Halen era, Pat 'The Shred' Heath and Chris Green combine these influences to deliver a fresh hard sound that'll leave you feeling the fury.

With a live show being a force to reckon with, Furyon take us back to the old school, bringing high octane dueling solo's and sharp soaring vocals from frontman Matt Mitchell back in to fashion. Versatile, focused and aggressively cool, Furyon come to lay waste to a live scene that has stagnated under mediocrity for too long.

Furyon have few peers when it comes to the quality of their iconic riffs, and jaw dropping solos. Backing them up is one of the tightest rhythm sections the rock world has to offer with the awesome combination of Lee Farmery on drums, and Nickel on bass.








 

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