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Album Review

What sets the self-titled debut from DayintheLife apart from their fellow hardcore/metal peers is their desire to spike their songs with other musical forms. "Rise" contains a Middle Eastern guitar motif, while "See You on the Way" has a spacy, atmospheric Smashing Pumpkins aura about it (with all of the tracks containing dense riffing à la Quicksand). The group has a pair of strong lead vocalists: George Reynolds, who sounds like a higher-pitched Henry Rollins, and Josh DeMarco, who sings more conventionally and melodically. Lyrically, the band escapes from the hardcore-cliché ghetto with often positive lyrics that deal with attaining goals, corporate America, et al. For those who want their alt-metal with some depth and originality, DayintheLife is a good bet.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

The seeds of New York's dayinthelife? were planted in the now-defunct N.Y. hardcore band Mind Over Matter. The band released two independent albums (and toured both the U.S. and Europe), and it was in that group that singer George Reynolds and singer/guitarist Josh DeMarco first collaborated. When the group splintered, Reynolds and DeMarco set out to form a new band that embraced other kinds of music (including alternative, heavy metal, hardcore, psychedelia, etc.). They also wanted to concentrate...
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  • $18.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 16 September 1997

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