Die So Fluid is an English alternative rock band formed in London in 1999. The band consists of vocalist and bassist Grog, guitarist Drew Richards and drummer Al Fletcher. Die So Fluid has released five studio albums, two EPs and a live album. Their music is a mix of hard rock, alternative rock, punk and metal. The band's debut album, Not Everybody Gets a Happy Ending, was released in 2003 and was followed by their second album, The World Is Too Big for One Lifetime, in 2006. The album spawned the singles "Exile" and "Chemistry". In 2009, the band released their third album, Breeders of the Nephelym, which featured the singles "The Best Kept Secret" and "The Opposite of Art". In 2012, Die So Fluid released their fourth album, The Opposites of Light, which featured the singles "The Perfect Mistake" and "The Invisible War". The band's fifth album, One Bullet from Paradise, was released in 2018 and featured the singles "The Law of Nature" and "The Price of Pain". Die So Fluid has toured extensively throughout Europe and the United States, and has performed at festivals such as Download Festival, Sonisphere Festival and Rock am Ring. The band has also supported acts such as The Cult, The Wildhearts and Therapy?. Die So Fluid continues to tour and record, and their music continues to be praised by fans and critics alike.