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Daly's Gone Wrong


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Daly’s Gone Wrong was born from an idea that a band should play exactly what they want, when they want, and how they want. It is this ideal that has brought this band to where they are today. The music crafted by this band consists of a vast array of influences ranging from old school punk and hardcore to emo and ska. Not only do they seamlessly meld all these conflicting styles of music together, but they pour emotion and heart into it and everything else they do. Genre labeling does no justice to this band, who constantly amaze people every day with their ability to create the blinding paced music many have fallen in love with. The second D.I.Y. release entitled “Exit Where You Belong” showcases the growth in both song writing and musical ability of this band from years of playing.

Their new full-length album is scheduled to be released on July 21, 2007 at their release show in the Bronx, NY.
From the band’s MySpace - “It’s been nearly two years since our release “Exit Where You Belong” and now it’s time to reinvent and bring something new to the table. In May 2007 we will be hitting the studio with Anthony Balancia to record our new full length entitled “Never A Hand To Hold”. This record will host 10 tracks of infused reggae, punk, and metal while expanding the horizon with indie and dance mixtures. NAHTH leaves nothing behind as these songs push each genre to their extremes with in a 4-5 minute time frame.”

It is only a matter of time before these guys invade a town near you, so listen up now and dance your feet off when the time comes!


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