Fans of electronic-influenced rock acts ranging from The Smashing Pumpkins and Radiohead to Moby and Nine Inch Nails will find something both fresh and familiar here. Fierce guitars, delicate pianos, sweeping strings and crushing beats – this is the music of Dying Every Day.

Over the years, Dying Every Day’s Todd Thatcher has produced and played guitar for a number of diverse projects, including alt-rockers Blind Spot, acoustic duo Black & Blue and hardcore-punk band River of Blood. They all come together in Dying Every Day, combining with lush keyboards and pounding beats to create a distinctive sound that is alternately driving and cinematic, raw and beautiful.
After releasing the 2003 demo EP “Bruised/Unbroken,” Dying Every Day returned in 2006 with “The Struggle,” a diverse full-length that spawned the popular digital singles "These Memories Are Scars” and “In the Absence of Light.”
Now DED takes a huge leap forward in songwriting and production with the brand new “Out of the Dark.” From atmospheric alternative (“Ashes and Bones,” the title track) to rootsy rock (“Green Leaves Falling,” first single “A Lamp Alight”) to blistering metal (“Welcome the End,” "Vessels of Wrath”), “Out of the Dark” offers everything you’d expect from a Dying Every Day record, plus a few interesting surprises.
Like its predecessor, “Out of the Dark” is available digitally from iTunes and Amazon, as well as in a very limited run of CDs from CD Baby. And with a continually expanding worldwide fan base, Dying Every Day is poised to take this unique sound and vision to a wider audience than ever before.