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Paris-via-Montreal rockers No Place For Heroes just released a new experimental track, streaming online and below. The song is a double collaboration, showcasing FdubX, a French electronic musician, as well as SelfB, a rapper that spent part of his career based in New York City, the whole over NPFH’s heavy guitars. “We wanted to step outside the clichés of metal,” explains NPFH guitarist and vocalist Will Maurer. “We’re happy to showcase our willingness to mix genres, as this is in our opinion the future of music!”

No Place For Heroes is a band that came alive in 2010 thanks to the band members’ love of metallic rock. The group is built for the stage, combining a dynamic inter-mixture of sounds with a combination of the heaviness of rock, the power of metal along with a bit of progressive rock which is all supported by a theatrical stage presentation. In terms of influences, NPFH unite the riffs of Rage Against the Machine and The Deftones, the energy of the Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age, and the presence of Tool and System of a Down.

No Place For Heroes is a band that came alive in 2010 thanks to the band members’ love of metallic rock. The group is built for the stage, combining a dynamic inter-mixture of sounds with a combination of the heaviness of rock, the power of metal along with a bit of progressive rock which is all supported by a theatrical stage presentation. In terms of influences, NPFH unite the riffs of Rage Against the Machine and The Deftones, the energy of the Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age, and the presence of Tool and System of a Down.