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If He Dies He Dies

If He Dies He Dies
Origin Western Michigan
Genres Metal
Labels Friction Records
Past members Daine Hammerle
Brent Eckhardt
Ephraim Rosalez
Harley Obzut
Tommy Eilers
Addison Eilers

If He Dies He Dies (also referred to as "IFFY") was a heavy metal band with origins from the western portion of the U.S. state of Michigan. The band members of the band were; Daine Hammerle (drums), Brent Eckhardt (vocals & Electric guitar), and Ephraim Rosalez (bass). Harley Obzut, Tommy Eilers, Addison Eilers (the Doc) Electric guitar. The band's name is a quote made by Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren) in the movie Rocky IV.



If He Dies He Dies first release on Friction Records is a self-titled, six-song EP in which the band recorded over a two-day period in February.[1]


If He Dies He Dies received top honors at the WKLQ Heavyweight Championships in Grand Rapids, Michigan.[2][3] Later in the year If He Dies He Dies joined Phil Anselmo and Arson Anthem on a tour and in November the band saw the release of their third album with Friction records.[2]


If He Dies He Dies (EP)

Released 2005
1. Police Raid Neverland
2. The Last Layer Is Paper Thin
3. Nitro
4. Hammer of the Gods
5. Rise Doom Claw
6. The Count


Released 2006
1. The Face That Launched 1000 Ships
2. Ear to Ear
3. Seeing
4. Keep Yours
5. Feeding Repeating
6. Abyssuary
7. Morelia
8.1999 (Featuring Marc Paffi)
9. Dick Bill
10. Lost All Control

The Rise....the Fall

Released 2008
1. Heroine
2. Clarity
3. Destroyer
4. ....Like a Man Possessed
5. Storm....
6. ....bringer
7. (Save Your) Savior
8. Paralysis
9. Feels Like the First Time
10. Baptism by Fire


External links

  • If He Dies He Dies at MySpace
  • Electronic Press Kit

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