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Fame On Fire: Igniting the Rock Scene with “Nightmare” and “Spiral”

Fame On Fire

From the sun-kissed shores of Palm Beach, Florida, a maelstrom of sound is brewing, and at its eye is Fame On Fire, the four-piece band that’s setting the rock music scene ablaze. Bryan Kuznitz’s vocals, Blake Saul’s guitar riffs, Paul Spirou’s bass lines, and Alex Roman’s drum beats have fused into a force that’s hard to ignore.

The year 2024 roared to life with the release of their new single, “Nightmare (The Devil).” This venomous track is already clawing its way up to the Top 30 at Active Rock Radio, boasting over 2 million streams. But that’s just the prelude to their latest head-turner, “Spiral (Justice),” a rager that promises to tear through the airwaves with the ferocity of a hurricane.

“Spiral (Justice)” isn’t just a song; it’s an exorcism of toxic influences, a musical catharsis that Fame On Fire describes as one of their heaviest creations yet, infused with jungle breakbeat rhythms that will leave you breathless.

The band’s current tour with SIM is packing 1,500-capacity rooms nationwide, a testament to their electrifying live performances that have left fans and critics alike in awe. Their journey has seen them share stages with titans like ONE OK ROCK, Our Last Night, Falling In Reverse, and Ice Nine Kills, and they’ve even conquered the high seas with a spot on SHIPROCKED 2023.

With a tidal wave of over 300 million streams, Fame On Fire isn’t just riding the wave—they’re the ones creating it. Their hit “Welcome To The Chaos” crashed into the #16 spot on rock radio, and it’s clear they’re not just playing with fire—they’re the ones fanning the flames.

As they straddle the line between rock, hip-hop, and heavy music, Fame On Fire is tearing down walls and building bridges with unapologetic honesty. “We are writing the music we want to hear,” declares Kuznitz, and it’s this raw authenticity that’s resonating with their ever-growing fan base.

For Fame On Fire, the sky’s not the limit—it’s just another stage to conquer. And as they prepare to unleash more new music, one thing is certain: the world better be ready to “Spiral” with them into the next chapter of rock history.



4/26 — Phoenix, AZ — The Nile Theater

4/28 — Salt Lake City, UT — Soundwell

4/29 — Denver, CO — Summit

5/1 — Dallas, TX — Echo Music Lounge

5/3 — Lawrence, KS — Liberty Hall

5/4 — Minneapolis, MN — Fine Line Music Cafe

5/5 — Chicago, IL — Concord Music Hall

5/7 — Nashville, TN — Basement East

5/8 — Louisville, KY — Mercury Ballroom

5/10 — Charlotte, NC — The Underground

5/11 — Atlanta, GA —The Buckhead Theatre

5/12 — Daytona Beach, FL — Welcome to Rockville (Festival)

5/14 — Philadelphia, PA — Brooklyn Bowl

5/15 — Silver Spring, MD — The Fillmore Silver Spring

5/18 — Detroit, MI — St. Andrew's Hall

5/20 — Toronto, ON — Danforth Music Hall

5/21 — Montreal, QC — Theatre Beanfield

5/23 — New York, NY — Irving Plaza

5/24 — Boston, MA —Paradise Rock Club


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