Art of Dying are digging deeper into their 'Vices and Virtues' album by issuing a new lyric video for 'Raining' off their breakout disc. The track holds a special place for the band as it features a guest turn from former Three Days Grace vocalist Adam Gontier, and the band has decided to dedicate the release to Gontier and his former group.
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Art of Dying will look to extend the shelf life of their current single 'Sorry,' having recently returned to the studio to record an acoustic version of the track. They'll also get a little help in this category from their fans, who will no doubt rally the song after they had a chance to be part of a new video.
If you're sorry, oh so sorry, you needn't look any further than this song to help you plead your case. 'Sorry' is the third single from Art of Dying's 'Vices and Virtues' and it's a power ballad that should make itself useful and take on a life of its own as a sonic crutch for all the dudes who mess up with their girls and have to eat crow.
Another day, another Cage Match. With RED taking the thrown and earning the honor of becoming Loudwire’s first band to enter the Cage Match Hall of Fame with five straight wins, it leaves room for two new bands to go head to head. Art of Dying’s single ‘Get Thru This’ goes up against Redlight King’s track ‘Bullet in My Hand’ in an epic battle of the Canadian rock acts.
Art of Dying frontman Jonny Hetherington tore up the stage as part for the lineup for this year’s Uproar tour. With the band’s latest album ‘Vices and Virtues,’ fans can hear various influences that have inspired Art of Dying. Loudwire was lucky enough to pick this talented singer’s brain on some of his favorite albums. His eclectic variety of musical inspirations is as unique as Hetherington himself:
Canadian band Art of Dying soared up the charts with 'Die Trying,' the first single off their second studio album, ‘Vices and Virtues.’ And now they've unleashed its follow-up, 'Get Thru This.'