February 2012: Several Dying Every Day tracks are now available to download free in the Audio section, including the "Out of the Dark" cuts "A Lamp Alight" and "Vessels of Wrath" and bonus track "A Love Like Hell." "One Step Forward" from "The Struggle" is also a free download now. Enjoy!



June 2009 - Sale: Purchase a download of "Out of the Dark" for $8.99 from the Merch page, and you'll receive a link to download all of Dying Every Day's debut album, "The Struggle," free. DRM-free individual tracks from each album go for $.59 to $.99.

If you purchase a download of the album from Amazon, CDBaby.com or iTunes, e-mail a copy of your receipt to info@dyingeveryday.com and a link to download a free copy of "The Struggle" will be sent back to you.



April 2009: In addition to iTunes and Amazon, "Out of the Dark," is now available to buy in MP3 format right on the Merch page. DRM-free individual tracks go for $.59 to $.79, and the full album is just $8.99.

Also, keep an eye out for the upcoming launch of "Vessels of Wrath" the hard-driving second digital single from "Out of the Dark" which will be backed by metallic B-side "Welcome the End."



January 2009: Dying Every Day's sophomore album, "Out of the Dark," is now available digitally from leading online merchants iTunes and Amazon, and will be available from numerous others in early 2009. The album is also still available in a very limited run of CDs directly by e-mailing info@dyingeveryday.com ($8.99, shipping included), as well as from CD Baby.

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.

Download "A Lamp Alight" for free and stream samples of all 14 tracks in the Audio section now.



November 2008: "Out of the Dark," is out now in a very limited run of CDs directly by e-mailing info@dyingeveryday.com ($8.99, shipping included), as well as from CD Baby, which is now in the process of circulating the tracks to digital retailers, including iTunes and Amazon.


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