Alex Erian – Vocals
Miguel Lepage – Bass
John Campbell – Guitar
Greg Wood – Guitar
Stevie Morotti – Drums
Management - Carl Severson and Alex Erian with Goodfight Entertainment
Booking - Paul Gourlie with The Agency Group
Canadian metalcore band Obey The Brave first emerged onto thelandscape of aggressive audio in 2012, combining ex-members of heraldeddeathcore outfit Despised Icon and metalcore quintet Blind Witness. TheirDistort debut, Young Blood, garnered the band major attention in the scene,alongside Suicide Silence, Emmure, Stick To Your Guns and others. Now comesSalvation, a follow-up that does what all great follow-ups should do: builds onthe many strengths of the original, then takes it all to a new level. Obey theBrave are poised to break their scene wide open with an album whose brutalmetallic sheen, sing-along choruses, and production savvy belies the band’syouth. Already extensively marketed on the 2014 Vans Warped Tour and throughtheir wildly popular videos, Salvation will fall into the hands of a waitingfanbase, as the band mounts its most ambitious US tour to date. This isstraight-ahead, mosh-inducing metalcore – unfeigned, unpretentious, and most ofall, unrelenting.