Fame on Fire Share New Single “Nightmare (The Devil)”


FAME ON FIRE — Bryan Kuznitz (vocals), Blake Saul (guitarist), Paul Spirou (bass), and Alex Roman (drums) — are roaring into 2024 with the new single “Nightmare (The Devil).” This venomous track offers a taste of what’s to come from the band later this year.

Listen to “Nightmare (The Devil)” and watch the visualizer here.

The song encourages the listener to take a long, hard look inward.

“Sometimes when you are living your dreams and doing what you love, it can quickly turn into a nightmare you can’t wake up from. You sense this feeling of being trapped and not being able to find your way out,” shares Kuznitz about the track’s deeper meaning.

He continues, “The past two years, we pushed ourselves so hard from touring constantly and meeting people that made us feel like kings, all while trying to keep ourselves grounded in what actually mattered the most. I was seduced by a world of attention and I felt like I was losing my sense of identity. I was riding a high but I wasn’t myself anymore. I don’t know who I was and still don’t. The dream that I always wanted became a nightmare. The sickest part of it is I accepted it.”

The singer finishes, “The interesting thing is this was the first song we wrote with Erik Ron. He was really able to pull some crazy hard truths out of me when it came to lyrics. He is amazing at everything, but this song is why we chose him to produce our upcoming album.”

The Palm Beach, Florida-based hit-makers are riding high off the massive success of their smash “Welcome To The Chaos,” which hit #16 at rock radio. But there’s no rest for the wicked and the band is busy crafting new hits to add to their growing discography which boasts over 300 million streams.

Leaving absolutely nothing on the table, Fame On Fire have carved out a lane all their own by pushing the boundaries of the relationship between rock, hip-hop, and heavy music, and by unapologetically being themselves. The band also impressed on tour with industry heavyweights like ONE OK ROCK, Our Last Night, Falling In Reverse, and Ice Nine Kills. The band snagged a coveted spot on SHIPROCKED 2023 and, next up, they’ll be hitting the road with SIM throughout the spring in 1,500 cap rooms. As the band prepares for a sinister new chapter, they admit it’s been a long road and it’s due time to step into their power. “I feel like we keep getting more and more honest with every song we release. We are writing the music we want to hear,” Kuznitz adds.

For Fame on Fire, the ceiling doesn’t exist, but if it did, they’d barrel right through it anyhow.


4/19 — Seattle, WA — The Neptune
4/20 — Portland, OR — Hawthorne Theatre
4/22 — San Francisco, CA — August Hall
4/23 — Los Angeles, CA — The Belasco
4/25 — San Diego, CA — House of Blues
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