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Day Of The Sirens

Jack Fox (Vocals/Guitar)
Xavier Carter (Drums)
Tommy Hall (Bass)
Chris Morley (Vocals/Guitar)

Colchester, Essex

Forming in 2009, these Essex boys have come a relatively long way in a rather short period of time. Receiving wide spread reception across the UK, Day Of The Sirens formed after each member left pre-existing bands in search of creating an alternative/rock group.
With the support of major magazine's such as Rock Sound (UK), the band rose to near overnight success with the release of their debut E.P, 'Don't Expect A Recuse' in 2010.
Unlike most newcomers, Day Of The Sirens have made more of an effort to get their name out to the broader public via means of publicity rather than extensive touring.

When asked in a recent interview conducted by Onslaught Radio, Jack and Tommy described their sound as;

Jack: 'Standard alternative rock, very epic, very kind of stadium in a sense -'
Tommy: 'We've got a bit of a band credo, which is "if it not epic, it isn't happening".'

Known for their big chorus', massive hooks, melodic mastery and a tasteful amount of screamo, the band are definitely making a name for themselves, not only in the UK but also America, Asia and Australia, to name a few.
For first time listeners, must hear tracks include 'Juneifer' from their debut E.P 'Don't Expect A Rescue' and 'Home Is A Working Title' the first single off their highly anticipated second E.P 'A Kiss From Nyx'.
February 14th 2011 saw the release of 'A Kiss From Nyx' which was highly praised and received near perfect reviews from various music magazines and websites. A five track piece of artistry, this E.P shows a clear progression and evolution of the bands sound; intense, fast paced and led by a truly impressive set of vocals, this is the E.P of E.P's.
A UK tour is set for June and July, 2011 with the release of their video for 'Home Is A Working Title' due in the next few months.

"With more hooks than a butcher's shop and huge anthemic choruses to boot, we reckon there'll be no stopping this lot in 2011. Epic, Gloriously Melodic" - 8/10 ROCK SOUND Magazine.

It is only a matter of time before the world falls in love with Day Of The Sirens. They are a guaranteed intoxicating listen; you will definitely be hooked after the first song.

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