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NFDY / Press

“NFDY (Not Fukn Dead Yet) finally appeased me and put the songs I love into a portable format. Doom riffs abound. I’m reminded of the sludgy thickness of CROWBAR and then classic hardcore elements ala CORROSION OF CONFORMITY slide in under the radar giving it a surprising twist. These guys are at the top of my list of bands to see.”

“NFDY (Not Fuckn Dead Yet) has roots in the hardcore scene but also cites influences from the NOLA sludge scene. Somehow they’ve managed to blend the two into something unique that defies subgenre labeling. The technically precise founding members have been around since the nineties. I’m hearing good things.”

“NFDY (Not Fucking Dead Yet) was the heaviest and grooviest of the line-up. The tuned-down guitar and drum work had a complex, progressive feel. I was hopeful to hear some rhythmic palm muting and bass-slapping with the 7-string guitars and a 5-string bass, like adding A-1 steak sauce, but the vocalist made it clear, “We are not Dee-Jent.””

“Bro-Metal: "We are BIG fans of this band and we know you will be too. "”