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“New metal band coming out from Edmonton, Canada: Dieuponaday Dieuponaday would be enjoyed by people who listen to Darkest Hour and Shadows Fall. The band includes a softer side of metal for example the song “Enlightened” which sounds more like early metal from 2005 or 2006. Band member Wade Tetz said they began as a recording project with Byron Matthews in May of 2011. As for the other band members Billy Glen, Austin Hologroski and Vance Neihaus later joined in 2012 after they became serious in making something out with their music. The band’s first stage show hit happened Feb 9 2013 opening for Built on Despondency leading them to open for other bands like Liferuiner and Being as an Ocean and even headlining 4 out of the 6 shows.”
“The album itself is really good, one of the strongest hardcore albums I’ve listened to in awhile. Riff-wise the dual guitarists are very tight with passages that really get the head banging and the fists flying, with a really heavy rhythm section bringing everything down into the mosh pit. Musically they remind me of the whole New Wave of American Heavy Metal era of the early 2000′s (KSE, Lamb of God, Shadows Fall, etc.) Wade’s vocals have a great range, from clean singing, which is kept to a nice minimum (I’m not a huge fan of clean singing in a lot of hardcore), to a powerful roar and a scream that would make fans of Howard Jones rejoice. I definitely recommend checking out Dieuponaday for fans of Darkest Hour, Killswitch Engage, Himsa, and Shadows Fall.”
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“absolutely love!!! Your music! So amazing! Im happy to have discovered a new massively great band!”