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When art can’t be pigeonholed or pinned down, it elevates the very medium itself. Dead Defined thrives on that sort of unpredictability, standing confidently at a crossroads between anthemic hard rock infectiousness and thought-provoking technically-charged industrial pop. Think a cross between the mind-numbing musical malevolence of american super group Filter and Alice in Chains' timeless irresistibility, and you’re halfway there.
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"Dead Defined couldn't really sound much more different. With influences from the 80s combining with a modern twist 'I Fear Nothing' is a track that on first listen may not hit home, but when time is invested in it you pick up on some of the intricacies that have been entwined between the electronic effects and vocals. This is a song that may feel out of date immediately but is actually right at home in today's scene and will filter out across so many genres."