11 Songs, 39 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
117 Ratings
117 Ratings
Love Marches On ,


2003 Linkin Park, is that you?

iAndruw ,

The Sophomore Step

If people listened to their live feed, they are “genre-less”. The heavier songs and screams are coming, just imagine these songs are the softer/modern rock style of the first album like Breaking Now and Farther From Home. They gonna blow up just wait on it

342222:8 ,

These guys are about to take off!

All I can say is WOW! This is one of the best albums that I have listened to in a long long time. Danny really has a phenomenal singing voice and we know what he can do with his extreme vocals. Matt’s rapping has definitely upgraded, Lance comes through on guitar phenomenally. Mat on drums sounds incredible, can play heavier songs and can play the softer more pop leaning songs. I love the versatility on this album. At a few parts I feel the vocals could have been a touch louder. 97/100! Great work guys! Here’s to The Future!

About From Ashes to New

A side project that turned into a main band for all involved, rap-rock group From Ashes to New fell together with members from other Lancaster, Pennsylvania bands that were falling apart. Vocalist and guitarist Matt Brandyberry started the band in August of 2013, and the lineup gradually coalesced around area veterans Chris Musser (rapping, vocals), Branden Kreider (guitar), and Tim d'Onofrio (drums).

After releasing a self-titled EP that same year, the group entered the studio with producer Grant McFarland and produced the Downfall EP for Eleven Seven Music in 2015. Bolstered by "Through It All," a Top 20 hit on the mainstream rock chart, From Ashes to New released their debut album, Day One, in February 2016. Tim d'Onofrio and Chris Musser left the fold the following year, with Mat Madiro stepping in as the new drummer and Danny Case joining the group on vocals. In February 2018, the band dropped the single "Crazy" ahead of the release of their sophomore full-length effort The Future, which arrived later that April. The set entered the Billboard 200 at number 163. ~ David Jeffries

Lancaster, PA