Louisville, Kentucky’s nu-metal heroes Flaw have been dominating stages since before the release of their debut ‘Through The Eyes’ in 2001. The band is now revived and better than ever. Their comeback release ‘Divided We Fall’ proves the band hasn’t lost their touch. Chris Volz and the band have led the charge of a nu-metal resurgence over the past two years. Flaw have toured relentlessly playing both as a supporting act and as a headliner and even made numerous festival appearances including back to back performances at Louder Than Life in their hometown and also Ink In The Clink. Still on the heels of their full length release the band has now finished up a companion EP to ‘Divided We Fall’ and it’s titled ‘United We Stand’. The 6 track EP includes 4 brand new tracks and two live tracks. Both live songs are from the ‘Through The Eyes’ album and include “Payback” and “Only The Strong”. The EP was released September 1st via Pavement Entertainment. We spoke with Chris last September which you can see video interview here.
In March Flaw received a mention on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert‘ as part of a piece on Trump‘s border wall plans and he later tweeted about the band as well. The mention promoted one of Flaw’s shows and also talked about the bands fund drive to get a new touring van. The group are currently working on a new album titled ‘Vol IV’ which they intend to release this fall and have this PledgeMusic campaign running for it. The band is set to perform on Stephen Colbert tonight and has now released a video for their new single “Conquer This Climb” that was released via ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’s Facebook page with the caption “The rock heavyweights from Louisville, KY get some new wheels from Stephen Colbert and shut down 53rd & Broadway in New York City to film their latest music video.” You can see the full video below and tune in tonight to see what else the band has in store.