Las Vegas will always be the city of sin, but it means a lot more to OTHERWISE. While the rest of us go there to let off steam, roll the dice and enjoy the eye candy, OTHERWISE grew up in the shadows of all the bright lights and broken dreams. Las Vegas is their home, and it’s where they’ve lived life, faced death, and climbed the mountain of trials and tribulations that have become True Love Never Dies, their debut album for Century Media Records. Nowhere is that more evident than on the band’s breakthrough single, “Soldiers.” Already hailed by Fox News as the No. 1 unsigned band in America, “Soldiers” became the song that brought the local Vegas rockers to the national spotlight. Hand-picked to perform alongside Avenged Sevenfold and Five Finger Death Punch on the mainstage of the inaugural 48 Hours Festival in October 2011, MTV Headbangers Ball host and Sirius XM DJ Jose Mangin was so impressed by OTHERWISE that he immediately added “Soldiers” into rotation on Sirius XM’s Octane channel. In a matter of weeks, the track reached the top of Octane’s charts. They recorded their debut album with acclaimed producer Jay Baumgardner [Godsmack, Papa Roach, Sevendust]. OTHERWISE aren’t the first band to put their blood, sweat and tears into their music, but they are the only band who could have made True Love Never Dies – the 11-track debut is a testament to their perseverance in the face of adversity, and a living, breathing tribute to their cousin, who died shortly before they signed with Century Media. On an album ripe with anthems, “Scream Now” and “Vegas Girl” are both arena ready. For more information, visit www.weareotherwise.com
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