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ALL ELSE FAILS Post "Drunken Olympics" Studio Space Season 5 Finale

Canadian melodic metallers All Else Fails whom were just nominated for "Best Metal Album of The Year" for this year's upcoming 2012 Edmonton Music Awards for their latest full length "The Oracle: What Was, Is And Could Have Been" released during summer 2011 on Suicidal Bride Records have just uploaded the season 5 finale for their Studio Space websiode series. Over the last five years, the series has followed AEF behind the scenes while on tour, recording their albums and just having fun.

In this season finale, AEF demonstrate their agility and capability of achieving gold in the "Drunken Olympics", which includes Punk Flips, Shrub Jumping and the good old Bread F*cked!

"This is it folks, this is as dumb as it gets. But we aren't drunks. We may be metalheads, shitty comedians, mediocre musicians, crappy englishers, and drunks, but we aren't communists." commented AEF vocalist/guitarist Barrett Klesko.

To view season 5 finale please visit the following link -

To listen to their latest album stream please visit the following link -

Free Download - This World In Flames -

To view list of nominees from 2012 Edmonton Music Awards please visit the following link. (

Metal Album Of The Year
All Else Fails "The Oracle: What Was, Is And Could Have Been"
Jezibelle "Victus Mortuus"
No Heat Tomorrow "From Me To You"
The Order Of Chaos "Burning Dreams"
Villianizer "I Bomb New York"

This is AEF's second nomination at the Edmonton Music Awards being nominated at last year's 2011 award show in the fan "Artist to Watch" category.

Music Video - Rebirth -

Studio Space Webisode Series

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    March 02, 2012

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