Fault Lines, a five piece metal band, released their second single of 2019, “Counterfeit”–coupled with a music video the Chattanooga locals produced themselves.
Vocalist Corey Pettit said, “To me, Counterfeit is a sort of call-out for people with this “woe is me”, victim mentality when their 15 seconds of fame burns out… No one is going to hand you success on a silver platter.
You have to keep working for it and you’re not better than anyone else just because you got one lucky break, you know? That’s why the chorus starts with “save me from a lie”. I don’t ever want to be like that.”
After nearly six years of playing together, Fault Lines has found national notoriety as one of metal music’s rising stars. Recently, the band landed a spot on this year’s Aura Fest in Savannah, Ga., after attracting over a thousand votes on Facebook.
Drummer Chris Blankenship, said, “‘Counterfeit’ is just the start for what we have planned to release in 2019. After almost six years of playing together, I think fans that have followed us for a while will enjoy hearing our sound evolve as we break out of the traditional metal mold and incorporate our diverse influences into our music.”
Watch the video here