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MP3 Moeraes Fate - Making Of The New Me

Although frequently compared to legendary bands such as Rush, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Pearl Jam, there''s nothing quite like the "no-holds-barred...kickass progressive aggressive rock" of Moeraes Fate.

5 MP3 Songs in this album (16:46) !
Related styles: Rock: Progressive Rock, Rock: Hard Rock, Mood: Upbeat

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Although frequently compared to legendary bands such as Rush, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Pearl Jam, there''s nothing quite like the "no-holds-barred...kickass progressive aggressive rock" of Moeraes Fate.

On the strings, the fingers of skilled guitarist Ali Stead gives birth to chugging brutal hard riffs and yet at the same time pulls from her instrument some of the the most beautiful and delicate melodies ever heard in hard rock.

Heavy hitting Kayla Faye brings you back to earth with a crash of her cymbals. Her life''s lessons learned sound out strength with every hit of her sticks. Trained by the best, she brings a heart beat to their sound.

Perhaps the band''s best kept secret is it''s most deadly. The dark whiskey voice of Katee Lee possesses you with her "powerhouse bass and vocals". There''s no one else that sounds even close to her in music today ("and...this girl can sing" raves George Stroumboulopoulos). She slays with cadence as she slips easily through big chorus'' and leaves fans screaming for more. All of this from 3 young women under 18 years of age? Progressive, aggressive, young and inspired. Moeraes Fate.

Review: Moeraes Fate -- Making of the New Me

Every so often a band comes along that goes beyond copying what everyone else is doing or copying what is popular. Bands like Led Zeppelin, Rush, and Tea Party come to mind. Like any band, they followed in the footsteps of those who came before, but they took the music somewhere new and they had something to say both musically and lyrically.

On New Years Eve 2009/2010 I happened to tune my TV in to the celebrations from Niagara Falls. The two headlining bands, Styx and Glass Tiger, were there, resting on their laurels, playing their old favourite pop tunes to pump up the crowd. But another band was there too. They had won a spot on the stage a few weeks prior. From the first note to the last beat I was blown away. Trouble is, I had no idea who they were! I had missed their introduction! As soon as their set was over I abandoned the party and ran to the computer to find out who these awesome young musicians were. They were new, and different, and they had something to say.

The band was Moeraes Fate--a fantastic progressive rock/hard rock/metal power trio from the Toronto area. They have such a unique sound and approach to their music. At this early stage in a career you would expect a young band to sound like the flavour of the month. But they don''t, they sound like no one else.

Singer Katee Lee has a voice that is reminicent of Maria Del Mar from National Velvet, but also strongly suggests Tori Amos in her harder moments. However, she sings in her own style with power and conviction. On top of her vocal talents, she is a powerful bass player. Not content with thumping out the rhythm, Katee plays flourishes, fills, runs, and even melodic lines that one would only expect from a more experienced player. Lee is showing that she has the potential to become a bass goddess like that other famous Canadian power trio bass player named Lee.

There is a buzz building around drummer Kayla Faye. She is one of those drummers who brings the house down and steals the show from her bandmates. She thunders and roars through complex rhythms and patterns. She is obviously not content to be just a time keeper. Her drumming tells a story. She gives each song a unique feel. Most drummers these days just play the same few patterns from song to song. Not Faye. Her drumming is integral to the song.

As if two talented players is not enough for one band, Moeraes Fate has a secret weapon, Ali Stead. She is an incredibly adept and versatile player. In the power trio model, the guitarist has to be able to fill out the soundscape with compelling rhythms as well as screaming lead lines. Stead does this in spades. She effortlessly slips back and forth between rocking rhythm and burning leads. She also plays fantastic riffs that remind me of two of the most gifted rock guitarists of all time, Robert Fripp and Jimmy Page--talk about contrasts. Stead plays with passion and precision. She is one of those people that was born to play guitar. Her style, while nodding to the past, is both new and fresh.

Moeraes Fate have a great EP out that showcases some of their stage material and talents. The five song EP is called "Making of the New Me", after one of their stage favourites. The EP also contains a bonus track, a lovely acoustic cover of 80''s hit "Man in the Mirror".


"I listen to a lot of music... She can sing!"
George Stroumboulopoulos. THE HOUR -CBC

"Probably thee best girl band in Canada right now!"
D. Morras.

''As far as I''m concerned their age and gender doesn''t factor into the overall https://www.tradebit.comy can play, sing, and write as good if not better than most acts in their musical genre. These guys(?) rock!"
Greg Godovitz. CFRB ROCK RADIO, founder of Goddo

For those of you who have not heard them live they are a rare gem who can bring the studio sound to the stage!!! I sat in the Russel Hotel many years ago and listened to a upcoming band called RUSH! This trio DAME reminded me of that show where a young drummer stole the show and with great guitar and vocals and bass leads that rarely missed these girls are about to explode onto the scene with a fresh and new rock sound So it was said so it will be !!
B Ringer Ascendant Productions

"This band can seriously lay down a groove and kick out some serious sound with ease. IF there is a young band out there today that can thrust women into the spotlight in the rock scene it will be Dame ( Now Moeraes Fate)!"
Bob Donovan, https://www.tradebit.com

2009 Image FM Album of The Year
KIAC Best of 2009 - 1st place Genre: Rock
2009 Durham Music Society Band Of The Year
2009 YouDiscover Concert Series Band Of The Year
2009 Ontarios Next Cutting Edge Artist
2009 Brampton Arts Acclaim Award
2009 Metalworks Recording Award
2008 Toronto Independent Music Awards
(Alternative Rock Band of the Year & Song of The Year)
2008 Luminato/Lacombe Milles Femme
2008 In-Tune Magazine Editors Choice Awards
(Female Act of The Year/Rock Act of The Year/Most Likely To Succeed)
2007 https://www.tradebit.com "All Time Awards"
(Best Female Vocals/Best Bass/Best Lyrics)
2006 Brampton''s Best Band
2006 Brampton Performing Arts Showcase

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