Yep here is something direct from the studio a new recording of the song 'All Living Fear' that was first played live in 1993.
We were very pleased to see the above review in the March edition of Terrorizer magazine.
Secondly, Matthew also has a solo ep out, 3 songs one is a new version of a song that was on the Into the Light album with 2 other new songs that he has been performing in his solo shows.
Matthew with Reeves Gabrels
After almost 15 years involvement in the band (with a few years off in the middle) vocalist Andrew Racher has left All Living Fear to spend more time with his family. For all future shows Matthew North will be performing lead vocal duties as well as his usual guitar work.
Matthew has said: ‘This is a big challenge for me, having had a stab at fronting the band before this time I want to do it right, and have been putting in the groundwork and going in at the deep end, but playing acoustic shows at folk clubs has helped enormously as well has having an excellent vocal coach. I’m very excited about playing some live shows at the end of the year, the band has never been better and I’m blessed with having some great musicians in the band’.
The line up for future All Living Fear shows is:
Matthew North: Guitar and Vocals
Niall Parker: Bass and Backing Vocals
Steve Williams: Guitar
Nevla: Guitar and Backing Vocals.
Sometimes the line-up may vary and may also include
Paul Roe: Bass and Vocals
Lee-Anne Burgess: Bass
As for Pauls involvement in the band there are plans for him and Matthew to perform more shows as Corrosion as well at some point in the future to make a follow up album to Corrosions N-Y-A-G-A album there is also a firm plan to play a one off show where they will play the whole of the ‘Into The Light’ album live living 220 miles apart though logistics are not always easy.
At the moment there is no plans to record a new All Living Fear album, Matthew is though working on a solo project, this has already started on some songs described as the best work he has ever done. Some of these songs might well be performed at future All Living Fear shows.