When it's "raining stones" aka a shit storm and I am at my wits end, I drink a lot of water, eat fruit and veggies and either jog, swim or go for a very brisk walk to break a sweat. Movement makes everyone feel better. Then I get a massage and if I can't find anyone to massage me, I massage my own feet, hands, face and scalp. I pour a whole bag of epsom salt into a hot bath and soak and scrub my body with a very rough cloth to make my skin softer, all while listening to my favorite tunes. I take deep breaths and live in the moment as that's ALL we have. It may sound cheesy but it's best to "Live for Today" like my Grandma told me "if you have one foot in yesterday and one foot in tomorrow; your legs are wide open and you're shitting all over today!"
Unleash The Archers were formed in 2007 by front-woman Brittney Slayes, together with her partner and the band’s drummer Scott Buchanan, while attending the University of Victoria on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. After moving to Vancouver in 2010 the band underwent several lineup changes, but were finally able to cement their unique, genre-blending style of heavy metal with the addition of Grant Truesdell in 2011 and Andrew Kingsley in 2013. By weaving the aggression of the more extreme genres into the intricacies of traditional heavy metal, UTA have created a sound unlike anything else in the industry. They embrace a commercial appeal that attracts music lovers of all types while maintaining a heavy edge that remains true to their death metal roots. Since their inception UTA have always put an emphasis on touring, and travelled the roads by van booking their own North American tours for years before being picked up by an agent in 2016. Their persistent, hard-working, down-to-earth attitude has garnered media attention all over the world, and their constant engagement on social platforms of all types has allowed for consistent growth and a dedicated, positively engaged fanbase that spans continents.
UTA have been described as “show-stealers” and “wildly entertaining” by fans and peers alike, and they strive to put on a show that will stick with you long after you’ve left the venue. Playing music is a passion for the band and this can be seen in their live performance as well as their music videos and writing style.
UTA are currently signed to Napalm Records in Austria and Ward Records in Japan.