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Customer Reviews

What have they done?!?!

Art of Dying used to be my favorite rock band and I was so excited for this album. Then I listened to these songs and nearly cried. They went from totally epic rock music to almost classical music. Art of Dying, how could you do this to your fans!

Love them

I've been listening to them since I saw them at their first concert. Love their music, I find it a little odd how they keep giving some of the same songs, but just change it slightly.

Love it!

Amazing acoustic album. Great to hear new versions of the songs we already love! Some new songs too and a cover completes well this record. Definitely a must if you like this band! They are showing another, very enjoyable, facet of their talent.

Biography

Formed: Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of Canada's more explosive hard rock acts, Vancouver-based five-piece Art of Dying's raucous blend of ardent post-grunge and blistering, three-part harmony-laden alt-metal falls somewhere between Pearl Jam, Incubus, and Hinder. Formed in the mid-2000s around the talents of Jonny Hetherington (vocals), Greg Bradley (guitar), Tavis Stanley (guitar), Cale Gontier (bass), and Jeff Brown (drum), the band released its eponymous debut in 2006 on its own label, Thorny Bleeder, resulting in critical acclaim...
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