Flameing Daeth Fearies was founded in 2003 by singer/songwriter Rusti Majere, who was quickly joined by Zombie Hunter V with visual elements. The band established itself in the local scene, surprising crowds with their flair for the unexpected. This set up the band for a quick evolution of sound and style, blending all the elements that connected with fans. The act developed a very tongue-in-cheek attitude with their sound and visuals. This helped to build a solid core of FDF fans in central Arkansas with events such as A Very Feary X-Mas and A Very Feary VD while opening up for countless national acts such as ICP, Foxy Shazam, and Dirt Nasty.
The band continued to pick up members along the way. Raptorr Zeus and Kloptumis Prime joined the act and locked in almost instantly to create a solid backbone that the show had been searching for. This freed Rusti to create a diversity of music, and inspired Zombie Hunter V to build an even bigger production with light design. Vixxy Chan and Ducky Tails both fell in love with the music and pulled together the whole act by bringing back the interactive element of the band with dancing, percussion, and crowd interaction.
Last year the band launched a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund taking their show on the road. Fans rallied not just locally, but from all over the world, purchasing preordered music, exclusive merchandise, and guest star spots in music videos. The band played regionally, introducing their live show to Kansas, Tennessee, Missouri, and Oklahoma, playing bars, conventions, and festivals. FDF finished out the year of 2013 as a featured performer in the Natural State of Music's First Inaugural New Year's Eve Ball Dropping Celebration.
Flameing Daeth Fearies have been selected as a semifinalist for the 2014 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase. The band has also been chosen to be featured in a showcase during Austin Music Week and are looking forward to visiting SXSW. The band will be releasing a double album of garage recordings early in 2014 and is currently in the studio, recording songs for Unabashed, their first professionally produced release featuring Potatoe, Red Hot Vulcan Love, and You'll Regret Me Tomorrow.