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Rise To Remain


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London, United Kingdom (2006 – present)

Rise To Remain are a London-based 5 piece metal band. They were formed in late 2006/early 2007 by Ben Tovey, Will Homer and Austin Dickinson under the name “Halide” as a side project to several of the band’s members other endeavors in music. Within a few months the band solidified their line-up and began playing local shows as well as travelling across the UK, seeking out shows. Halide recorded two EP’s, both of which saw a viral release through their Myspace, which eventually garnered attention from more legitimate local promoters, who granted the band further exposure by putting the band on at slightly higher profile shows, namely with Biomechanical and other local heavyweights such as Eternal Lord and Exit Ten. After DIY touring and supporting their peers in bands such as Viatrophy, Sylosis, Anterior and Malefice, Halide were offered the opening slot on the third stage of the Download Festival at Donington Park. This opportunity lead to the band changing members and their name, switching from Halide, to Rise To Remain. Since then the band has been at its most active, and have toured with the likes of Shadows Fall, Five Finger Death Punch, The Haunted and Trivium, as well as appearing at Sonisphere Festival and Download Festival.


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  • Joizo

    Rest in peace Rise to Remain. Too bad they never did the second album. As Lions sounds good, but it's not RTR. :(

    7 Jan 2:23pm Reply
  • MaryJane2510

    россияне всегда все обсирают

    22 Nov 2014 Reply
  • thrasher_jori

    when the fuck is the new album coming!!!

    16 Jul 2014 Reply
  • sunjay140

    Sounds exactly like Bullet For My Valentine...

    11 Jun 2014 Reply
  • rusverm

    Немного говнецо, недобулетты и недогламуры, пока только 1 песня понравилась Rise To Remain – The Serpent

    30 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Joizo

    Over and Over is very promising.

    11 Feb 2014 Reply
  • KochemasovArtem

    Hope this new album will kick ass! My expectations are so freaking high after their previous work.

    17 Jan 2014 Reply
  • Joizo

    New album this year!

    3 Jan 2014 Reply
  • FalkTheNorseman

    As for Dee Snider, he was never really a good singer anyway, so...

    21 Nov 2013 Reply
  • FalkTheNorseman

    @Morbidbeard: That's so dumb. He can totally sing. Not nearly as good as his dad, sure, and his style is terrible mediocre, but he can still sing.

    21 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Morbidbeard

    Nothing worse than when a musicians son doesn't want to do real work and thinks they can sing. Dee Snider's son does the same. Get a really job and stop leaching of your father's name.

    21 Sep 2013 Reply
  • Morbidbeard

    just no...

    21 Sep 2013 Reply
  • Joizo

    Oh come on, give me some new tunes.

    21 Sep 2013 Reply
  • jaquedickinson

    The people should not compare Iron Maiden with Rise to Remain and Bruce Dickinson with his son because they are different people and of course their bands would sound dissimilar even because Austin doesn't want to be a imitation of his father and for me it is good, because Bruce Dickinson is unique and the best.

    4 Aug 2013 Reply
  • Alica199

    So fucking underrated

    18 Jul 2013 Reply
  • broliii

    18 Jul 2013 Reply
  • FreezingMoon999

    wow i never thought that their album is so good great band aswell

    23 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Joizo

    Is there a new album coming out or what?

    24 Apr 2013 Reply
  • ikd-sj

    "illusions" OMG.... ヽ(*゚д゚)ノ

    28 Mar 2013 Reply
  • Link_Zero

    Great band [2]

    25 Feb 2013 Reply
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