Dying Every Day | The Struggle

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The Struggle

by Dying Every Day

Dying Every Day plays hard-hitting instrumental alt-rock that combines fierce guitar melodies, delicate pianos, sweeping strings and crushing beats into a truly unique sound. For fans of The Smashing Pumpkins, Moby and Nine Inch Nails.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. These Memories are Scars
3:41 $0.69
2. The Moon is Low
3:44 $0.69
3. Terminus
4:13 $0.69
4. Bruised/Unbroken
4:09 $0.69
5. Burning the Son
4:17 $0.69
6. Sunset Strip Mall
0:59 $0.69
7. The Struggle
5:06 $0.69
8. Tears in Rain
3:59 $0.69
9. In the Absence of Light
3:24 $0.69
10. Remembering the Fire
3:00 $0.69
11. One Step Forward
4:12 $0.69
12. Like Unsought Grace
3:58 $0.69
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes

All 12 tracks from "The Struggle" are now available to purchase digitally from iTunes at http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?playListId=148105762 and Comcast Rhapsody at http://www.rhapsody.com/dyingeveryday/thestruggle. "The Struggle" is also available on CD from CD Baby here and from Tower Records at http://www.towerrecords.com/product.aspx?pfid=CDB1311810012.

Samples and free downloads can be found in the Media section of http://www.DyingEveryDay.com.


Electronic-influenced alternative rock is the simplest description, but Dying Every Day has never been about labels – what really matters is the creation of musical landscapes unlike anything else out there.

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


Over the years, Dying Every Day principal Todd Thatcher has played with a number of different projects around the greater Philadelphia area – grunge-rockers Blind Spot, acoustic duo Black & Blue, hardcore-punk group River of Blood. But now the studio is the sole focus, and the task at hand is combining all the disparate styles of past musical incarnations into one distinctive sound.

After releasing the industrial-leaning demo EP “Bruised/Unbroken” in the fall of 2003, Dying Every Day returned in March 2006 with "The Struggle." The debut full-length features 12 diverse songs, running the gamut from the somberly beautiful, acoustic-based new single "In the Absence of Light," to the dark industrial-piano-ballad "Tears in Rain," to bruising rocker and first single "These Memories Are Scars."

With "The Struggle" now available digitally from iTunes and Comcast Rhapsody and on CD from CD Baby and Tower Records – as well as a continually expanding mailing list of fans around the world – Dying Every Day is poised to take this unique vision to a wider audience than ever before.



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Brian Christ

Non Genre Delight.
As the notes state, this one is about the music, and not fitting into s specific mold or space. He has a wonderful "fuzzy" sound, that my daughter goes nuts for. His music has beautiful, intricate, and insightful melodies. The playing is well polished and rarin' to go. Also, Todd has included just about a little bit of every style of instrumental in this work. All in all, an eclectic, different and interesting listen, and I wait with anticipation for the next one!

The Anonymous Review

Todd Thatcher rules!
Todd Thatcher rules! Buy his album.