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Steered by the smashing Pulp-meets-Pumpkins roar of "Dive," NYC based Night Kills The Day's debut album "The Study of Man…" has a chameleon-like magic. Produced by the band and New York legend Joe Blaney - who holds The Clash's Combat Rock and discs by The Beastie Boys, The Ramones and Keith Richards to his credit - songs like the infectious, coke-addled soul-searching of "Meaning" or the atmospheric, anthemic disc-opener "After Hours" portray the collective vision of NKD. Evoking everything from The… read more

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  • Avatar for Nidira
    Does anyone have any idea what happened to them?
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    Night Kills the Day's debut LP, The Study of Man . . . And the Developed Shadow, is an analysis of human behavior, motivation, and the efforts to exorcise demons before they destroy the fragile human life in which they dwell. Oh, and it's also a pretty damn good album. read the rest:
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    read my review ^
  • Avatar for TrnSmleShiftRpt
    the lead singer thinks he's the shit when he's not. I saw them and were sorely dissapointed in how lame they were.
  • Avatar for Warrn
    These guys put on an amazing live show. Luke comes down off the stage and dances with the audience as he sings! You'll also get lost in his eyes...

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