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Artist : Otherwise
Album : Peace At All Costs
Label : Century Media
Genre : Hard Rock
Source : CD
Street Date : 2014-09-16
Quality : 985 kbps / 44.1kHz / 2 channels
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1
Size : 342.39 MB
Time : 45:03 min
Url : http://www.weareotherwise.com/

1. IV 1:08
2. Love & War 3:22
3. Darker Side Of The Moon 2:55
4. Demon Fighter 3:30
5. Coming For The Throne 3:10
6. Never Say 3:59
7. The Other Side Of Truth 3:09
8. All The Pretty Things 3:35
9. Walk Away 3:26
10. For The Fallen Ones 3:06
11. Fate Is Your Enemy 3:26
12. V 0:58
13. Meet Me In The Dark 3:26
14. Man On Fire 5:53

Adrian Patrick – Lead Vocals;
Ryan Patrick – Guitar/Vocals;
Corky Gainsford – Drums/Vocals;
Vassilios Metropoulos – Bass/Cardio;
Andrew Pugh – Guitar/Snapping Fingers

Peace comes through struggle. It’s a reward that’s earned rather
than simply given. It’s the product of tireless work and an
unbreakable spirit against all odds and opposition. OTHERWISE are
no strangers to that struggle, rising up to become rock ‘n’ roll
contenders in the face of a tumultuous musical climate and a
series of personal hardships.

The Las Vegas hard alternative rock quintet—Adrian Patrick
[vocals], Ryan Patrick [guitar/vocals], Corky Gainsford
[drums/vocals], Vassilios Metropoulos [bass], & Andrew Pugh
[guitar/vocals]—catalog the next chapter of this journey on their
second full-length album, Peace At All Costs [Century Media

The ride starts with that very title. Adrian explains, “Our
grandmother used to always say it. Peace At All Costs is a double
entendre. We interpret the phrase as, ‘Give us peace, or we’ll
take it from you.’ The whole point of us being on this musical
odyssey is our search for peace. We want to do something
impactful in the world, and we’re not going to stop. We’re
starting with ourselves first. It’s about finding inner peace and
restoring equilibrium within yourself. Music allows us to do

Their music has given countless fans worldwide the same outlet.
By 2014, the band’s debut True Love Never Dies moved nearly
60,000 copies and spawned close to 300,000 single sales of the
hits “Soldiers,” “I Don’t Apologize (1000 Pictures),” and “Die
For You.” The group toured alongside heavy hitters such as Stone
Sour, Papa Roach and Three Days Grace, and gave rousing
performances at high-profile festivals including Rock On The
Range, Aftershock, Rocklahoma, Carolina Rebellion, and Welcome To
Rockville. However, Peace At All Costs raises the stakes across
the board for the Vegas outfit.

In order to convey their message palpably and potently, OTHERWISE
teamed up with iconic producer David Bottrill [Tool, Muse,
Staind, Stone Sour]. Holing up in Vegas View Studios, the boys
pushed themselves immensely with Bottrill’s wisdom and

“He really did contribute to the vibe of the album,” Adrian goes
on. “Whether it was changing the tempo from section to section or
altering the key, David brought these new ideas to the fold, and
you can hear them in each and every song. From top to bottom, the
album has a lot of personality because of his contributions.”

The musicians also had the chance to experience the other side of
their hometown while recording. Vegas View Studios sits on the
edge of the Las Vegas Valley, offering a stunning panorama of the
wilderness surrounding the city. “It was the most beautiful
view,” affirms the singer. “Most recording studios are like
casinos. There are no windows. You go in, and you have no idea
what time it is. We had a beautiful vista of our hometown, and it
lent to inspiration every night we were working.”

That lush expanse carries over into the first single “Darker Side
of the Moon.” Building from a thick distorted guitar into a
robust melody, the song blasts off on a hypnotic and hard-hitting
hook, opening up the doorway into Peace At All Costs.

“I’ve always been fascinated with the moon ever since I was a
kid,” affirms Adrian. “I’m still drawn to it as a grown-up. I
find myself lost in it without even knowing what I’m doing
sometimes. We’ve faced a lot of tragedies and dark times, and
that song represents us. We’re always going to try and look for
the light in the darkness. We’ll thrive there if we have to.
There’s a whole dark side of the moon we don’t know about, and
we’re going to explore it. That’s what’s happening musically on
this album.”

That experimentation hits a high note during “Never Say.” With
its massive stadium-size refrain and rapturous instrumentation,
the track brandishes undeniable universality. “It’s one of two
songs blatantly about romantic relationships on the album,” says
the vocalist. “My parents have been together for over thirty
years. No matter what they go through, they refuse to walk away
from each other. We completely admire our mom and dad and that
loyalty. My brother and I have brought that into our own
relationships. I have someone in my life who has helped pull me
out of the emotional abyss I was in. She’s shown me what it’s
like to be happy again. I don’t want to be the one to say

At the same time, the album still delivers a distinct wallop on
the pummeling, riff-driven opener “Love & War,” co-written with
songwriters Julien Jorgensen and Matty McCloskey. Seesawing
between a guillotine-sharp guitar and a distinct groove, it
explodes on impact. “The guitar was just nasty,” smiles Adrian.
“The melody came right out. I was arguing with my girlfriend at
the time, and it shaped the lyrics and subject matter of the

Ultimately, OTHERWISE do achieve Peace At All Costs, and they
hope you will too. He concludes, “Our main goal is for people to
feel hope. We attempted to do that on True Love Never Dies. We
want to continue that fight on this and subsequent albums. There
are so many emotions in life. You’re not just always angry,
happy, or sad. When the dark moments come, you just have to stay
strong within yourself and you can make it through. We need to
stay hopeful together. That’s the point.”

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