Die So Fluid – “The World Is Too Big for One Lifetime” (2010)


Label : DR 2 Records

Review By Tony Cannella

From the U.K., the trio known as Die So Fluid manages to fuse elements of Metal, Punk and Alternative. Their third full-length album goes by the catchy title of “The World Is Too Big for One Lifetime”. Although the band specializes in in-your-face, edgy rock music, Die So Fluid certainly has a great ear for the melodic end of the spectrum. It is hard to believe that Die So Fluid is a mere three piece band. Lead vocalist Grog also plays bass and while she may not be the most technical skilled singer out there, she certainly makes up for it in raw emotion and power. From the opening number “Figurine”, Die So Fluid delivers their music with a raised fist and a sneer, behind a wall of raucous guitar riffs. “Hearts Are Hollow” has a sexy vibe to it. “Themis” is a track that really offers the listener something different, with its atmospheric, laid-back approach. The band gets back to rocking on “How Vampires Kiss”. This is Just a great big, energetic track. Other highlights include: “Mercury”, “If Wishes Were Bullets”, “What a Heart Is for” and “Sound in Colour”, which closes the CD. Die So Fluid have been plugging away for quite some time, and have already received some well deserved positive reviews for their efforts. With “The World Is Too Big for One Lifetime” the band seems ready to make the jump to the next level.

Rating – 83/100



  1. Figurine
  2. Mercury
  3. Storm
  4. The World Is Too Big for One Lifetime
  5. Hearts Are Hollow
  6. Raven
  7. Themis
  8. How Vampires Kiss
  9. If Wishes Were Bullets
  10. What a Heart Is for
  11. Sound In Colour


Line Up

  • Grog – Vocals and Bass
  • Drew Richards – Guitar
  • Al Fletcher – Drums



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