27 November 2012

Namibia: Famaz Attak to Launch 'live Fast, Die Young'

Rock band Famaz Attak will be launching their long anticipated original album entitled ‘Live Fast, Die Young’ on Friday, November 30.

According to band members ‘Live Fast, Die Young’, which they call LFDY was envisioned when Famaz Attak started out by covering popular songs.

‘LFD’ brings together an interest in various musical genres and took about a year to write. The composing stage started while the band was still performing cover versions in the early months of 2011. This continued, in between busy work and private schedules, endless meetings, events and shows almost every weekend, until mid 2012. After countless hours of writing and endless days in studio, they are ready to launch their 15 track, upbeat album. One of Famaz Attak’s key notations for this album is diversity.

“We accomplished this by combining flavours from different music styles and genres. On the other hand we also stuck to the rule book whilst writing more traditional rock ballads. In essence we believe that this album has something for everyone, ranging from electro house, heavy rock, rap, acoustic, ballades, and some blues induced acoustic fun,” says the band’s lead singer and guitarist Rene Traut.

The album launch will take place at Dylans in Klein Windhoek. Tickets will be available at the door for N$50 and N$100 with a copy of the album. The show starts at 19h00.

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