“Contrary to what the out of touch Rock stars say, Rock is very much alive and if it had died, Eventual Fate are its resurrection”
Having achieved success previously as an all male five piece, Eventual Fate have had songs like, “Just to be with you” and “The Preacher” featured on various radio stations including TBFM and Moorlands Radio (who championed the band as one of the greatest they had ever had on their radio).
In 2015 they worked hard with gigs in Manchester, London, Stafford, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Oswestry, Stoke on Trent, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Mansfield and many others. Early 2016 they featured on the introducing stage at Giants of Rock in Minehead after which they released their album, Promised Land. This received positive reviews and interest from many radio stations.
After the introduction of a new vocalist, drummer and rhythm guitarist in late 2017, a period of time was spent back in the studio, writing new material. The band also tested their new lineup with a few select gigs in Manchester and an entrance into the local Metal to the Masses competition where they narrowly (by 6 votes) missed out on a place in the final.
The band released their second album Silent Scream in mid 2018 with glowing reviews but parted ways with their vocalist shortly after. With the introduction of new Vocalist Bexie in October 2018, a new and evermore energised Eventual Fate are here to stay and a very exciting journey has begun, one which has them destined for the top.
“EVENTUAL FATE’S debut album came out a couple of years ago, then the band went MIA for a while , now they are back with a new revised line-up and a much heavier and darker style of no messing heavy, gritty and earthy hard rock.” – (Black Phoenix Rising)