BAND INFO
Vocals: Myles Blatch
Gguitar/Vocals: Neil Teago
Bass: Edd Thomas
Drums: Nick McShane
Guitar: Simon Rose
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Fume
"A History Of Things To Come "

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FUME
FumeIts about aggression, its about conviction, its about extremes These three things cannot be overlooked or simply ignored, it was these three things we used as a basis to create fume five years ago.
Our aim was to make music that would not bow to follow trends or fashion and would not compromise our ideals in any shape or form.
2005 saw the birth of our first album A History Of Things To Come engineered by Andy Faulkner (Boltthrower, Cathedral) at Sable Rose Studios Coventry. This gave us our first opportunity to focus our aggression and pushed us forward to share the stage with the likes of Stamping Ground, Narcosis, and Dragon Force to name but a few.
2006 sees us standing beside a brand new uncompromising set and looking to make ourselves heard on a larger scale.
In a confused and stagnant musical climate we stand tall amongst our peers.

NEWS
Fume Album Review by Terrorizer Magazine
Sorry to say but this is one of those mishmash metal albums that attempts a definitive hybrid of extreme styles without producing anything distinctive or notable. Coventry's Fume can't be faulted where enthusiasm or energy are concerned - they've got both in abundance - but boy do they lack direction. Sure they are heavy, even brutal at times, but while nothing on 'A History....' makes the listener reach for the stop buton, thers nothing that absolutely demands a second listen.There are also some unpleasant Nu-Metal elements at play that do the band few favours - the grunt rapping on 'Wings of Vengeance' for example is very much surplus to requirements. Elsewhere theres mid tempo sludge, unconvincing blastbeats, Thrash riffage and duel guitar harmonies chucked into the mix with little concern wether they actually fit the song in question. For all Fumes shortcomings it's worth bearing in mind that they are a young band and this is their debut release. Hopefully by their next effort they'll have come closer to discovering exactly what it is they are trying to be.

5/10 Joe Stannard
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

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