• From CDBaby.com: Dying Every Day’s latest album proves an electrifying and eclectic mix of instrumental rock. Each song seems comparable to a band you have heard before, from Coldplay to Linkin Park, yet each song remains fresh and unique. Tranquil organ notes, reminiscent of The Doors, will stand out in one piece, while the next track breaks into sharp guitar riffs. Although it contains different sounds, the album as a whole blends nicely. This could be described as an album with something for everyone. Or, for those of you like myself, you’ll finally find the right mix of all your favorite types of music in one place.---Elizabeth Howes-Stevenson, from Harrisburg, PA



  • From CDBaby.com: The album title states exactly where it will take you. Upset about the music industry? Looking for that sound you feel your life has been missing? Pick up this CD. To be honest, I am waiting for my physical copy in the mail and have only sampled some of the songs, but from what I have heard, this is some serious music. The last CD put out by this group made up of Todd Thatcher doing everything under the sun (including cover art), titled "The Struggle," is an instrumental masterpiece. The songs will take you from the depths of depression to the highs of rebellion. ... You will not regret that you began Dying Every Day.---Fred Hussein, from Cleveland, OH



  • From Amazon.com: There is no sophomore slump for Dying Every Day. "Out of the Dark" shows growth since debut "The Struggle," [with] a mix of diverse songs, including the bluesy "Bonesaw Blues" and the hardcore metal "Welcome the End." The instrumental pieces are very atmospheric, with the haunting opening of "Drowning or Baptizing?" and "Fields of Forever." Solid and enjoyable.---Matt "Tyketto" Solovey, from Hershey, PA