Forming in late 2006, DaysLeft are now supporting their debut album and is said to be one of the most emotionally-driven, hard rocking debut albums to hit the streets in recent time. In their short life together as a band, the members of DaysLeft have demonstrated a commitment to energy and excellence – on the stage, during songwriting sessions and in the studio. “Life in the Face of Death” is a record that is unmistakably passionate and honest, forging a refreshing heavy sound wedged in between metal and hard rock.
Vocalist/Guitarist Dan Preston's powerful and charismatic stage presence makes him a natural frontman and focal point for DaysLeft. Joining Preston on guitar is Jeremy Stimers, a graduate of the prestigious music program at Toronto’s Humber College. Stimers brings an impressive musical intellect and is a dynamic presence, both onstage and in the recording studio. Like many great hard rock and metal bands of the past and present, Preston and Stimers unleash a full-out dual-guitar assault on audiences in the tradition of and Smith/Murray. The anchor of the band is the rhythm section of drummer, Jeff Saulnier and bassist, Jeff Buck. Together, they create the thunder to go with the lightning provided by Preston and Stimers. DaysLeft’s songs are heavy, but melodic and accessible. Their live show is a brash storm of energy and intensity that wins over even the most jaded of hard rock fans.
With the release of “Life in the Face of Death”, DaysLeft are just beginning their sensory attack on audiences throughout the world. For this driven quartet, the sky is the limit.