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Die Another Day 'Wild Fire' (EP) Album Review By Ally

Die Another Day

Wild Fire (EP)

DAD Records

April 10, 2020

Album Review By Ally

Boston Rock Radio

 

Die Another Day is a metal band that formed in the spring of 2019 and they are from our northern neighbors, Canada. They are Jared Boyd (vocals), Tyler Johansen (bass/vocals), Adam Hensby (drums/guitar), and Ricardo D'Almeida (guitar). They have performed with Hawking, Nothing Gold, and Only the Strong. Their music is described as being for fans of Atreyu, Lamb of God, and A Day to Remember.  Their EP is titled Wild Fire. We will take a look at what these young cats have to offer us. 

We start the album with the intro "Ignite the Fire" and "Wildfire." Their distinct sound really emerges to the surface and leads the proceedings. I am already digging their mix of different genres. "Razorblades" is an impressive and haunting song that touches the often painful subject of depression and self-harm. This song is a perfect example of the quote "Music listens to us." The suicides that rocked our metal community brought to light the painful reminder of the stark reality of depression and it is good that artists can reach out through their craft. We also have the song "Poison IV" that is a sad and deep song about addiction, especially heroin. I don't think too many of us have not experienced or known of the death of a loved one to this.

My choice pick is "Fear the Future." The song describes how humans are a plague to this world and we are literally destroying ourselves. And lo and behold, we are all caught in this web of a pandemic and maybe it is nature's way of saying "I told you so." With that being said, take time to appreciate your loved ones and be safe. While we are isolated now is a great time to venture into the vast rock and music world and explore bands you have never heard before.

Die Another Day will be releasing this work on April 10th and it's a pristine piece of stylish metal music which will garner appreciation by both the rock and metal crowd. They push the boundaries by mixing numerous genres to achieve originality.

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