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Get in the Halloween Spirit with Nashville’s Theatrical Rock Band, Fable Cry’s NEW Live Video

“Ghoulish theatrics orchestrated with spooky melodies over eerie strings, heart pounding percussions and mesmerizing vocals will walk you down a path of whimsical doom.” (RockStar Dreams)

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THEATRICAL ROCK BAND FABLE CRY RELEASE NEW LIVE VIDEO

“THE ZOO OF NO RETURN”

Theatrical scamp rock group Fable Cry release the live video o, “The Zoo of No Return,” from their sophomore album, We’ll Show You Where the Monsters Are. Already featured on premiere horror and music sites alike, including Rue Morgue, Popcorn Horror, Horror Society, Bloody-Disgusting, Absolute Punk, PopMatters and The Deli Magazine, to name a few, Fable Cry are  “not your standard Southern fodder.” (PopDose) “When the macabre and music collide, you often get one of two results: either horrifying heavy metal or theatrical, operatic gypsy rock. In terms of the latter, you’ll be hard pressed to find an outfit that works as hard or as resourcefully as Fable Cry, the Nashville-based horror rock band that weaves wicked tales throughout demented discography. With frighteningly fun music videos, lurid live performances, and eerie albums to their name, Fable Cry is quickly gaining notice among those who celebrate Halloween 24/7.” (Fangoria)

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Originally founded by Zach Ferrin (vocals/guitar/accordion) and his sister in 2010 who, together mastered guitar, violin, drums, accordion, glockenspiel, kazoo, banjo, ukulele, and cello, Fable Cry released their first full-length self-titled album in 2011. The band grew over the past several years to include members to play the aforementioned instruments: Jo Cleary (violin/vocals), Scott Fernandez (bass), and most recent member, Nic Giordano(drums).  Together, they bonded over a love of the imaginative, theatrical, comical and whimsical creativity of Walt Disney, Charlie Chaplin and Tim Burton. Donning  a wide range of musical influences, including Danny Elfman, Foxy Shazam, Muse, Tom Waits and Queen, Fable Cry showcase their eclectic inspirations on their  second full-length album.

The band is gearing up for their annual Halloween show, The Festival of Ghouls, on October 30th at Exit/In and will be heading back into the studio soon after.  With the release of the album, The Deli Magazine warns “[Fable Cry] might suck you down the rabbit hole into their other material.”

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