Atypical Montreal rock band Deadly Apples can best be described in one word: INTENSE. Frontman / lyricist Alex Martel and drummer / composer Antoine Lamothe set out to bring their high energy chaotic live performances worldwide, including a recent 2‑month US amphitheater and arena tour with Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson, a Japanese tour with Korn, a South American tour with Deftones, as well as several main stage slots on high-profile festivals such as Slipknot’s Knotfest, Vans Warped Tour and Hell & Heaven Fest.
The band is currently working on new material with producer Michael Beinhorn (Marilyn Manson, Soundgarden), while several songs off its first full-length album, “Petty”, are available on all streaming services. The album was mixed in Nashville by Vance Powell (Jack White, Arctic Monkeys), mastered by Bob Ludwig (Nirvana, Led Zeppelin) and features Munky from Korn as guest guitarist. On “Petty”, Deadly Apples explored a more diverse experimental rock and electronic sound, branching off its early industrial metal roots found on their “Infected”; EP and their collaboration with Ministry / Puscifer‘s Paul Barker on remixes for “Fix – The Ministry Movie”.