News: Protest The Hero Release New Song & Launch Subscription Service

Canadian progressive metal band Protest The Hero have released a brand new song entitled "Ragged Tooth", which is the first instalment from their brand new music subscription platform.

The new music and platform is being housed under the name Pacific Myth that uses Bandcamp to deliver unique content and new songs directly to subscribing fans – pretty interesting to say the least. The subscription costs $12/yr and will feature new Protest The Hero songs on the 15th of each month for the next six months. For a full description of the news, read the bands own words below:

The subscription is $12/year, and will feature new Protest The Hero songs on the 15th of each month for the next six months. Read the band's description of the new service and sign up below.

Click here to subscribe.

So here she blows!

For a long time, we have been dreaming of a new way to bring you our music. We wanted something more direct than a standard album release and record cycle. After months of soul searching and a little bit of elbow grease, we proudly present to you “Pacific Myth” – our new subscription song and video platform.

At it’s core, this is a ‘song a month’ platform which launches RIGHT NOW. We will be releasing a new song every month for 6 months, always on the 15th. In our opinion, this is the most direct way we can deliver you new tunes.

We have chosen to lead things off this month with “Ragged Tooth” a cracking little banger of a song which we felt represented where we are headed with all of this. It’s important to note that every song release will be accompanied with an instrumental mix of the song as well as hi-res album art, lyrics, and liner notes.

All of the info for the subscription, the motivation behind building it, and the first song itself can be found here:

Please share and spread the word. The success and visibility of Pacific Myth is largely dependent on you! We truly appreciate your continued support as we venture down this new path. And don’t worry, we aren’t done with tradition full length records, we just need a break from em!


**we realize there are going to be questions about this new platform so we have done our best to try and answer some of them in our FAQ here: