After taking a week off for the Thanksgiving holiday, it’s time for another battle!
The band that wins will be the Featured Band on the blog and get increased airplay on the station for a week. We will also promote the band on our social networks and change our cover photo on Facebook to highlight the band.
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This week’s bands are Tribune and Until Dawn. Listen to each band below and then vote for who you think should win. You can vote once per 24 hour period up until 9:30am PST on the morning of Thursday, December 12th. Continue reading Battle For Band Of The Week: TRIBUNE .vs UNTIL DAWN
Canadian metalcore outfit Until Dawn have posted their official lyric video for the track ‘This Fallen Fortress’ which can be seen below, along with the official music video for the track that was released back in July 2013. The track is taken from their recently release album Horizon, which you can also check out below. If you like the music, please help support the band by purchasing the album here.
Continue reading UNTIL DAWN Post ‘This Fallen Fortress’ Lyric Video
Alberta, Canada based band Until Dawn released their new album Horizon in August of this year, they were also our Friday Find a few weeks back. These guys are great, mostly because they remind me so much of Killswitch Engage. They aren’t a KSE clone band but are right up your alley if you are a fan of KSE like I am. They have released a free download of the track ‘Roamers and Lurkers’ via SMNNews, so head over there and snag that while you can. You can check out their latest album Horizon via the bandcamp widget below (though you’ll have to back it up to begin with track one).
This week’s Friday Find is a band that hails from Alberta, Canada. They’re called Until Dawn and their latest album Horizon was just released last month (August 2013). These guys keep my head moving for sure, but I must admit they do remind me an awful lot of Killswitch Engage at times. Not that it’s a bad thing, because I love me some KSE. If you’re a fan of Killswitch, then you will probably dig these guys. Horizon has 13 tracks and can be streamed below. It starts on track 5, which is a good place to start. If you like it, then back that thing up to track 1. Or better yet….buy the fuckin’ thing!