A new KILLSWITCH ENGAGE song, entited "Daylight Dies", has been posted online at www.roadrunnerrecords.com. The track comes off the New England metal band's new album, "As Daylight Dies", due on November 21 via Roadrunner Records.
While KILLSWITCH's first two LPs (the band's 2000 self-titled debut and 2002's "Alive or Just Breathing") were largely collaborative, with each member chiming in on everything from riffs to vocal approaches, 2004's "The End of Heartache" was composed primarily by multi-instrumentalist Dutkiewicz.
"This one is back to the collaborations again," bassist Mike D'Antonio told MTV.com. "And I think everyone's personality kind of pops out in all of the tracks. The trick with KILLSWITCH has always been that when we write together, it sounds like KILLSWITCH. And with this album, we definitely tried to make it so that everyone has their stamp and say in every song."
"As Daylight Dies" track listing:
01. Daylight Dies
02. This Is Absolution
03. The Arms of Sorrow
05. My Curse
06. For You
07. Still Beats Your Name
08. Eye of the Storm
09. Break the Silence
10. Desperate Times
11. Reject Yourself
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE will team up with SHADOWS FALL and BURY YOUR DEAD for a number of dates beginning in early November.
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