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This Day Burns

by This Day Burns

Female fronted acoustic hard rock/metal from Victoria, BC, Canada
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Intro
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2. Every Hour Wounds
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3:47 album only
3. Still Bleeding
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3:21 album only
4. Dead Mannequin
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5. Somber
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6. Mistakes Don't Lie
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7. One Gun
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This Day burns is an acoustic hard rock/metal band from Victoria, BC, Canada. We all play everything and switch instruments live, making our sets unique and difficult to plan lol.

We just finished our first record, a 6 song self titled album. We want to begin recording our next album as soon as possible. Our plan is to record small batches of songs and release them often, rather than the usual method of recording one full length album every couple years.
This will keep the music fresh and the band relevant.

The theory is this; If you write and record 15 songs with in a short period of time, you will be in the same mind set for every song. They begin to sound the same and you end up with an album that is half filler.
If you write and record only a few songs, you run less risk of them getting stale. Then 6 months later it's a different season, maybe some significant event have occurred. Suddenly you have a fresh perspective on music and writing.


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