One Step From Falling

One Step From Falling (Heady Metal) - Syracuse, New York




One Step From Falling is a conduit for a rare breed and style of music baptized in the name of Heady Metal. Since 2011, they have captivated, mesmerized, and surprised audience after audience with their unique sound, and energetic live performance.

A stronger flavor of Heady Metal and an undying fragrance was released upon the world in 2015. One Step From Falling released 'THE WAYSIDE' in April 2015, which was recorded at SubCat Studios in Syracuse, NY. The first single, 'Wayside' had a tremendous response on radio and internet, claiming #1 locals song on 95X in 2015 and is the feature of the music video featuring #WAYSIDE2015 Tour footage.

The successful release of One Step’s sophomore EP, entitled 'Some Day', dropped on the air waves, Fall 2014. The self-titled EP (OSFF), in addition to the 'Some Day' and 'The Wayside', have had continuous requests and airplay for the hit singles 'Wayside,' 'Snozberry,' 'Underwater,' 'Isolaeity' and 'Tourniquet,' on Syracuse’s 95X; “If It Rocks, It’s On 95X!”

One Step From Falling continues turning heads while touring the East Coast, from the Northern Country down to Gasoline Alley and across the Midwest to The Music Factory. The four-piece relentlessly spreads the seed of Heady Metal week after week-from the bar to the festivals-with the clubs sprinkled in between that have seen history made overnight.

Five Finger Death Punch, Kill Switch Engage, Wayne Static, Powerman 5000, Trivium, Trapt, Pop Evil, Edisun, Boy Hits Car, Shadows Fall, Otep, Green Jellö, Wayland, Earth Crisis, Crobot, Otherwise, 40 Below Summer, Dog Fashion Disco, Eve To Adam, and Knives Out are just a few of the bands that have had the pleasure to share the stage with the trademark that is One Step From Falling.

A dynamic, palate-teasing the senses-separates One Step From Falling as just another cookie-cutter band. After concerts, music enthusiasts and first-time listeners alike flock to the meet and greet area to buy out One Step From Falling merchandise, insignia, and CDs; autographs and duplicates are in high demand to take home to friends and family, ensuring the far reach of the brand that is One Step From Falling's HEADY METAL.

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"The Wayside" EP Review
One Step From Falling from Syracuse, New York have described their sound as "heady metal". What does that mean? Let's dive in to their recent "The Wayside" EP and find out. "Lungo la Strada" kicks off the EP with an almost tribal like sound that permeates throughout the track. While sound bands go for a more harder sound as the first track on an EP, One Step From Falling go a different direction and it simply works. "Wayside" is a single off the EP and blasts right in with a crunchy riff. The track never lets up. There's a touch of early Deftones influence on the track. It's a very nice complement to the track before it. "Black Cosstice" is a rockin' good time of a track and brings an A Perfect Circle vibe with it. The track is simply brilliant and takes you on a musical journey through its four minute length. "Eyeferu" picks up the pace and pumps out a high octane hard rock sound. The track is extremely radio friendly and brings to mind the early sound of Chevelle. "Paroxysm" starts off with a "Re-Animator" movie audio clip and then breaks into a six and a half minute romp through Tool like territory. It's definitely a stand out track for anyone who wants to lose themselves in a track. "Man From Outer Space" could be an early Incubus b-side. It's extremely bouncy and funky. Any early Incubus fan will fall in love with this track. "Rigamortis" is another mind blower of a track. It features the A Perfect Circle influence heard earlier in "Black Cosstice" and really rolls with it. It's an awesome track. "Left Behind" closes things out in high style. The track flows perfectly and ends on a high note. One Step From Falling bring that signature "heady metal" style that will surely have a long lasting appeal to anyone who listens to this EP.

Verdict:
One Step From Falling bring that signature "heady metal" style that will surely have a long lasting appeal to anyone who listens to this EP.

"Wayside" Music Video: