EXCLUSIVE: Former Members Of A Hero A Fake Form Bornstellar, Detail First Release


The world has been a bit quieter in the months since Victory Records signees A Hero A Fake called it quits in fall of this year, but today everything changes for the better.

UTG is beyond excited to introduce the world to Bornstellar, a new band rising from the ashes of A Hero A Fake that will soon be pummeling crowds with their original take on metal. The group is comprised of AHAF members Eric Morgan, Patrick Jeffers, and Justin Brown, with My Hero Is Me’s Scott Shelton on drums. Their debut release was recorded with the great Drew Fulk (Upon A Burning Body, Sirens & Sailors, Motionless in White) at ThinkSound studios in Greensboro, NC and should see release in early 2014.

When asked about the new group, guitarist Eric Morgan offered:

“The idea for bornstellar started after our last tour back in May. Justin, Patrick, and I had been working on new music but we weren’t exactly happy with how it was turning out. Then, on the first day in the studio, the idea was brought up of completely starting fresh as new band. Almost immediately knew we had to do it.

That was key. That creative freedom is what got us excited to be writing music again. No longer was it about what sub-genre it fit into, it was only about crafting the best songs. Being able to have this experience with my two closest friends is something I cherish and I couldn’t be more excited to show our work to the world.”

You can view a video announcement below featuring members of Bornstellar. No music is available at this time, but we are told the group’s first single will be released in the near future. For now, follow the band on Twitter and Facebook to ensure you’re aware of every update they have in store for the months ahead.

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