Set Things Right

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Since their formation in 2009, Set Things Right has been a band that have taken their home country of Belgium by storm with their furiously energetic shows and signature sound.

In July 2011, the band released their debut album « The Never Ending Road » which spawned 2 music videos, both collectively gaining over 40,000 views on YouTube, and allowed them to grow within the metal core scene, as well as give them some incredible opportunities, such as playing at the Jera On Air festival 2012 in Holland along with Lostprophets (UK). In the past, the band has also played along with the likes Eyes Set To Kill (US), Young Guns (UK), Brutality Will Prevail (UK), Vanna (US) to name a few. Last year their front man, Tom, was diagnosed with a rare form of blood complication and was extremely ill, almost to the point where the band was unable to continue. The motivation and will to survive as a band pushed them forward and in the end, they managed to pull through. At the end of 2012, the band did a comeback show after a Hiatus of nearly 6 months. The band consider themselves extremely lucky to still be doing what they love despite this complication, and it made them stronger as a band.

Now, after 4 years of existence, they are more willing and ready than ever to turn heads and take their music to a whole new level with their latest single « Don`t Close Your Eyes », recorded at Outhouse Studios (Architects, Enter Shikari, You Me At Six) in March of this year.

The band has big plans for the rest of the year, including breaking out of their home country of Belgium and touring as much as humanly possible, to going back into the studio later on this year to record a new album. 2013 is looking like a bright year for these lads from Antwerp. You won`t want to miss what is in store.



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