MP3 Black Days Down - Beyond the Threshold
Hard/Alternative based edgy Riff-Rock that''s actually got something to say in every sense of its ferociously truthful lyrics, tight rhythms bordering somewhere between metal and hard-rock, and hard-hitting, energetic melodies that can appeal to anyone.
13 MP3 Songs in this album (59:57) !
Related styles: ROCK: Hard Rock, METAL/PUNK: Alternative Metal
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It''s fairly safe to say that Black Days Down, a quickly up and coming hard-rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota, is becoming a force to reckon with throughout the Mid West.
Black Days Down is a four piece combining the talents of Brad Whelan, with his grungy vocals and dark, visceral lyrics, Andy Reyerson rocking a vast array of hard-hitting guitar lines, Kyle Glidden holding down the low-end on bass, and Matt Burke slamming the sh*t out of the drums. All of them came together from different locations throughout the U.S. (New Jersey, Iowa, Minnesota and Michigan, respectively) while attending a Minnesota recording school, and haven’t looked back since stepping onto the rock scene.
Each of the members brings a variety of musical influences and talents that have quickly evolved into one vision, and Black Days Down is starting to turn a lot of heads with their music, capturing the attention of many influential industry people based off of their live show, reputation, and their new, first full-lenght album titled “Beyond the Threshold”. The Band has recently teamed up with prominent members from ARM Entertainment & Strutz Your Stuff Entertainment.
In less than two years, BDD has completed a number of tours around the Midwest onward to the East coast; a full-length album "Beyond the Threshold" attracting over 350+ people at their CD release show; a Professional music video; performances with national recording acts including Red, Spoken and Black Light Burns (former Limp Bizkit guitar player, Wes Borland''s new project); a spot on the cover of Nite-Times magazine, and this is only the beginning. With everything the band has accomplished in the last year as an independent artist, the horizon looks to hold a very in-demand Black Days Down.
So now the only question is... Have You Heard?