Spinning through the air and creating sonic chaos is exactly what Atoms Fall does best.


Hailing from the Southwest, where the atom was first split and put fear into mankind, is Atoms Fall. With material that blends the catchy hooks of Shinedown with the uniqueness of Rage Against The Machine, they have quickly built an ever-growing fan base in their home town of Phoenix, Az. They combine a strong work ethic and songs that cross genres but always have the same sonic source.


The band consists of vocalist Jeff Crawford’s powerful yet unique vocal style in the realm of Chris Cornell and Myles Kennedy. Jeff is a proven vocal talent that over the past 10 years and several different regionally successful projects has finally found a home and taken his place among the best singers in Arizona.


Guitarist Mark Collins has been pushing the boundaries on what it means to play guitar for over 17 years. His sound is incredibly unique and unparalleled; if you listen closely you may hear a little of Mark's influences from Deftones and Tool.


Bassist Christopher Watson has been culling his sound and hybrid technique for greater than a decade from influences as diverse as The Beatles, Rush, and Iron Maiden, and is the perfect anchor for drummer Jason Gain.


Jason started playing drums at a very young age and has been working on projects with Jeff for the past 10 years. His solid sound and hard rock sensibilities can be traced directly to his time spent listening to Sevendust, Korn, and Disturbed.


Their first single, "Sin Eater", is from their debut full length release Tears for the Useless. The upcoming release was tracked and mixed by producer Michael Beck (Abigail Williams, Paisty Jenny, Knights of the Abyss) and mastered by Brad Vance (All That Remains, Plain White T’s)


Atoms Fall has shared the stage with great local and national bands alike, such as Fuel, The Sammus Theory, Cage9, Back From Ashes, among others. They have been featured on 98 KUPD's 2012 Playdio competition alongside some of Arizona's finest talent, garnering praise from Holmberg's Morning Sickness and helping them to widen their fan base.


Working closely with producer and mentor Michael Beck of SoundVision Recording, the band anticipates an early 2013 release of their debut album, Tears for the Useless, with plans of playing more shows state-wide and a west coast tour to follow.


Atoms Fall...be prepared

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