DIE ANOTHER DAY has published a new video for the song “Fear The Future”
Die Another Day is one of Calgary, Canada’s freshest bands. Conceived in the spring of 2019 with a variety of inﬂuences, the quartet expands into multiple genres, getting fans excited to embrace different styles of music. Previously releasing their first single and title track off their forthcoming debut EP “Wild Fire” due out on April 10, 2020, the quintet is now ready to unleash the next single entitled ‘Fear The Future’,coincidentally timed with the current global situation of Covid 19.
The band adds:
“Very aggressive, and hard-hitting from start to finish, the style of chords that were chosen in the verse of the track really express the struggle that we talk about in the lyrics, whereas the more resolved sound and feeling through the chorus really ties it together perfectly. We think we definitely put Jared our vocalist through hell the first week or so of him having to both learn the words as well as learn how to get enough air to scream them at the same time.”
Die Another Day brings
a high energy stage show that’s guaranteed to get people off their feet
and moving along to the music. From making the crowd become a part of
the songs they perform, to diving right in and making themselves a part
of the action that’s taking place within the audience, the band isn’t
afraid of giving every ounce energy to have a good time with every
person in the room.
That vitality and passion are showcased in their new EP ‘Wildfire’ that fans of melodic, heavy, upbeat bangers in the vein of metalcore and pop-punk will enjoy and have no issues putting Die Another Day on repeat.
Bassist Tyler Johansen further explains the EP:
“We wanted to share with the world our more aggressive hard-hitting side of our music. This is an EP that means the world to us as it touches on so many personal notes as well as being our first full outing as a band so we really wanted to come out swinging with this one. It’s exciting to bring more than a single out to share with everyone; we cannot wait to show you all what months of practicing, writing, and recording is going to look and sound like.”