Passionate and driven, Fall Of Envy has already seen their share of ups and downs, including the loss of their close friend and founding member, Greg Harrington. However, through it all, Fall Of Envy has proven their dedication, desire, and staying power.
Fall Of Envy has opened up for and tour supported a number of large national acts including, Guns N Roses, Sevendust, 30 Seconds To Mars, Chevelle, Buckcherry, The Used, Nonpoint, and Papa Roach, just to name a few. In 2008, Fall Of Envy released their first, full-length album, “Poetic Rage”, recorded and produced by Justin Thomas, producer of Dark New Day, Alter Bridge's Acoustic Tracks, Faktion, and Stereoside. Since then, Fall Of Envy’s music has appeared on numerous radio stations. “Fix Myself” was featured in a cross promotion with the CW network (CW-18) for over 5 months which included a video, recorded in the CW studios, that was incorporated into the 30 and 60 second promotional clips for shows such as "90210", "Supernatural", and "The OC". In 2009, the XFC (Xtreme Fighting Championship) named Fall Of Envy the organization’s official band; “For You”, was chosen as the theme song for the XFC's nationally televised MMA fight series, which premiered in April of 2009. Fall Of Envy has also licensed tracks to Channel One News, a network reaching over 6 million teens in middle schools and high schools across the country, as well as movie soundtracks & Fox Sports Florida.
The band has headlined major venues such as Hard Rock Live and House of Blues to full capacity crowds. Fall Of Envy has also performed at numerous live music festivals to crowds in excess of 25,000 fans. Several of the more notable festivals include, The Florida Music Festival, 101.1 WJRR Earthday Birthday, and 103.1 The Buzz Bake Sale. The band also sang the National Anthem live at the Xtreme Fighting Championships in Knoxville, Tennessee, which was nationally broadcast live on HD Network to over 1 million viewers. To date, the band has filmed two music videos, "Face To My Fist" and “Solace” and are currently working on material for a follow-up album to “Poetic Rage”.