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In the next short time, her warriors, as she calls them, Jason Riot (guitar), Kyle Christian (Bass) and Chris Hazard (Drums) joined the fN journey.

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ABOUT    FADING NEMESIS

In these strange quarantined times, the world is in desperate need of connection. People are longing for something or someone to mend the recent unauthorized breach of belonging and breathing freely. 

Farah Naz understands this gap better than most. Born in Pakistan, raised in Texas and then having lived in the UK for over 10 years, she knows the ramifications of a partitioned reality. To that end, Naz has lassoed the sensual tones of her Eastern heritage by flawlessly combining her melodic vocals with the adrenalized energy of Western hard rock. The haunting depth of the EAST & the driving edginess of the WEST have fused seamlessly in Fading Nemesis to create lyrical anthems of raw honesty, real freedom, and the rugged truth. According to Naz, “especially in these bazaar days, music is the only sensical language that can express our angst, give our lives hope and unite us, globally.”     

Music was Farah's first language, given that her father was an accomplished Sitar player, greats like Ravi Shankar and others of his caliber frequented their home throughout her childhood. Plus, thanks to her British and American cousins who sent her records from abroad, she was forging a blend of east and west in her early years that gave her songwriting an undeniably unique signature. After moving to the States at the age of 10, she began performing at youth rallies, in school musicals, and other large-scale events and festivals. By age 11, she found herself singing to audiences of up to 5000+. As her calling strengthened, the stage became her second home and with an insatiable need to express herself through songwriting combined with an avaricious drive to touch people’s lives -  her journey as a performer was well on its way to becoming a lifelong post.

Eventually, music took her to London, where she worked with some of the best producers & musicians and performed at some of the most renowned London music venues, including The Clapham Grand, The Half Moon Pub, The Troubadour, Notting Hill Arts Club. London gave her a chance to diversify her style and expand her musical career into a global market.


You've heard it said, "Music expresses that which cannot be said and that which cannot remain silent.” Serving that tenet, Farah and her warrior-like crew of ultra-talented musicians are currently working with a hidden gem in producer, Larry Elyea of Mind's Eye Digital in Phoenix, AZ, to cultivate 14 songs into a momentous album. With raging guitars, primordial drums, hauntingly resonant vocals, and a lyrical message that touches the soul, the record will be an intensely relatable and emotive experience for their audience!

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In an age when technology can link us with anyone around the world in a microsecond, in a time when friendship is found through clicks of buttons, in a world that is the smallest place it has ever been, we are suffering from far too huge a sense of isolation and loneliness as humans. People are hungering for 'real'. We are desperately longing to mend the unauthorized 'soul' breach caused by this technologically advanced connectivity. We are longing to live and breathe freely. 

Farah Naz understands this burning need better than most. Born in Pakistan, raised in Texas and then having lived in the UK for over 10 years, she knows the ramifications of a partitioned reality. To that end, Naz has lassoed the sensual tones of her Eastern heritage by flawlessly combining her melodic vocals with the adrenalized energy of Western hard rock. The haunting depth of the EAST & the driving edginess of the WEST have fused seamlessly in Fading Nemesis to create lyrical anthems of raw honesty, real freedom, and the rugged truth. According to Naz, “especially in these disjointed days, music is the only sensical language that can express our angst, give our lives hope and unite us, globally.”     

Music was Farah's first language, given that her father was an accomplished Sitar player, greats like Ravi Shankar and others of his caliber frequented their home throughout her childhood. Plus, thanks to her British and American cousins who sent her records from abroad, she was forging a blend of east and west in her early years that gave her songwriting an undeniably unique signature. After moving to the States at the age of 10, she began performing at youth rallies, in school musicals, and other large-scale events and festivals. By age 11, she found herself singing to audiences of up to 5000+. As her calling strengthened, the stage became her second home and with an insatiable need to express herself through songwriting combined with an avaricious drive to touch people’s lives -  her journey as a performer was well on its way to becoming a lifelong post.

Eventually, music took her to London, where she worked with some of the best producers & musicians and performed at some of the most renowned London music venues, including The Clapham Grand, The Half Moon Pub, The Troubadour, Notting Hill Arts Club. London gave her a chance to diversify her style and expand her musical career into a global market.


You've heard it said, "Music expresses that which cannot be said and that which cannot remain silent.” Serving that tenet, Farah and her warrior-like crew of ultra-talented musicians are currently working with an incredible team and crew to prepare for the release of their first album. With raging guitars, primordial drums, hauntingly resonant vocals, and a lyrical message that touches the soul, the record will be an intensely relatable and emotive experience for their audience!

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Nov 22   -  191 Toole 

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Nov 25   -  The Marquee Theater 

               TEMPE, AZ 

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Kyle Christian
BASS

KYLE CHRISTIAN is the bassist and the rib-cracking screaming backing vocalist of FADING NEMESIS. CHRISTIAN's playing is forged from a dizzying range of styles/genres of music and a studied mastery of an endless list of instruments. His experience as front man and lead vocals from earlier days in his career also lends him a key understanding of all the moving parts on the stage. All of these pieces combined are what give CHRISTIAN an undeniably powerful energy on stage.

 

CHRISTIAN's virtuosic grip of music and his physically energetic performance is something special to behold. It is akin to watching a viking warrior on the battlefield. 'Slaying it all' with his bass axe.

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Chris Hazard
DRUMS

CHRIS HAZARD is the drummer of FADING NEMESIS. HAZARD has lived many lives. Walked many paths. Gathered many stories. All of which were mantled by his love and passion for music.

 

HAZARD came to music at the fledgling age of 5 when he studied drums under the iconic Joe Morris (Whitney Houston, Esteban, Steve Vai). This led him into diverse rhythmical expeditions as he was growing up. Playing Brazilian jazz, blues, country and church worship to name a few. He landed on rock by high school and beyond. On deployment in Iraq, he stayed close to home in his mind and heart by feeding his soul the music of Thousand Foot Krutch, POD and Ra. After returning from OEF/OIF in 2008, HAZARD continued studying drums with the late great Brett Frederickson while performing with several local bands in Arizona.  

 

As a combat veteran, HAZARD has, in his own words, "operated in (more than his share of) hazardous and hostile environments." Though the word 'hazard' commonly conjures the notion of danger, it also signifies the meaning providence. And this is evident when you meet and watch HAZARD perform. bringing all the chaos of the storms of life to a reckoning like a steadfast and stalwart soldier.

 

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