The Rescue Rooms archives: 2015

THE FALL OF TROY, The Fall of Troy live at Rescue Rooms

  • Saturday 22nd August 2015
  • Supported by: Rolo Tomassi, Chon

DHP Presents



Genre Post-hardcore, Math-core, Math-rock.

For Fans Of Coheed & Cambria, Dillinger Escape Plan, At The Drive-In, Minus The Bear, Blood Brothers, Chiodos.

Hometown Mulkitao, Washington.

Background After starting out together at age 17, the trio went on to release four full length albums with critical and commercial success and toured with the likes of Deftones & Coheed and Cambria. In 2010 they announced they were disbanding. They then reunited for three nights in Austin, Texas in 2013, playing each of their albums in full. On January 20th 2014 the band posted a video on their Facebook page stating:

"We are nothing without you, and that is why we are going to do things differently this time around. We're going to go directly to you guys, no more middle men, all DIY.

We're booking our own shows, where you want to see us. We are recording our own music, and we doing it all for you, and for free. Consider yourself our label, consider yourself our booking agent. We play where you want us to play, and we make music for you."

The band are spending much of 2015 recording their new, eagerly awaited album.

What the press saysThe Fall Of Troy matched a visceral intensity from the creative side of aggression with combustible balls of prog rock on their self-titled debut. Needless to say, it was a flooring debut from the three-piece (!) that managed to combine the Blood Brothers' hardcore strides with the complexity of the Mars Volta." -

What Rescue Rooms “We're absolutely over the moon to have such an incredible band playing here, make sure you get your tickets ASAP to join us for what will be a VERY special gig".

Everyone's Favourite 'F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X.'