Tune In To “Loveline” Tonight, Tuesday, May 25th at 10:00pm PDT to hear AS I LAY DYING Join Dr. Drew Pinksy to discuss their new album “The Powerless Rise”
Tune in to “Loveline” live tonight, May 25th at 10:00pm PDT.

The Grammy-nominated group AS I LAY DYING will be joining host Dr. Drew Pinksy live to discuss their new album THE POWERLESS RISE. For stations/times in your area, visit:

AS I LAY DYING–whose last four albums’ combined sales exceed one million copies–entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at #10, marking their second Top Ten debut–with over 38,000 copies sold of their much-anticipated THE POWERLESS RISE album. THE POWERLESS RISE also reached #2 on Billboard’s Independent Albums Chart and #3 on Billboard’s Hard Music Albums Chart. In Canada, the new album debuted at #11 on the Top 200 Chart, #2 on the Indie Chart and #3 on the Hard Rock Chart. Additionally, the album reached the Top 40 in the following territories: Japan, UK, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Potent and provocative, THE POWERLESS RISE elevates the group well-beyond their previous work; the new album marks their fifth disc and fourth to be released on Metal Blade Records.

After wrapping their headlining U.S. tour, AS I LAY DYING–NICK HIPA (guitar), TIM LAMBESIS (vocals), JORDAN MANCINO (drums), PHIL SGROSSO (guitar) and JOSH GILBERT (bass)–will head overseas for shows in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, France, Holland, Russia, Italy, Belgium, Sweden and the U.K. Next, AS I LAY DYING will return to the U.S. to launch the “Cool Tour” with Underoath, Between The Buried And Me, Blessthefall, The Acacia Strain, Architects, Cancer Bats, and War of Ages. The nationwide trek will launch July 12 in Orlando and wraps up August 1 in San Francisco. For pre-sale tickets and more information, visit:



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