Hard music band Day Of Fire returns to the rock landscape with its first new studio project in three years, Razor & Tie Records release Losing All. In stores Jan. 26, 2010, the album will be backed by more than 50 tour dates the band has scheduled from early January through April.


Produced by Rogers Mason and featuring guest writer Chris Daughtry of American Idol fame, Losing All is a powerful hard-rock record that explores the real meaning of rebirth. Comprising 13 ambitious, high-energy rock songs, the album showcases Day Of Fire’s growth both professionally and personally.

Day Of Fire frontman Josh Brown explains, “Overall we have grown as a band in our songwriting, live performance, and our ability to record. Losing All was written over a 3 year period, so it didn’t feel rushed like previous albums. Because of the surrounding circumstances, at times the recording process was arduous, but I think it came out in the music in a good way. This album is without a doubt the best I have ever been a part of. I love this collection of songs because they are honest and creative.”

Among the project’s stand-out tracks are super-charged slow roller “Airplane,” which describes Brown meeting his wife for the first time and “Cold Addiction,” examining the horrors of being trapped inside cocaine dependency. A churning swirl of riffy metal, the album’s debut single “Lately” is now available at all digital music outlets with iTunes offering an exclusive bundle buy that includes the album version of “Lately,” a live audio version, and a live video. The single has already climbed to No. 18 on the Radio & Records Christian Rock chart and debuted at No. 40 last week at Active Rock.

In support of Losing All, Day Of Fire has 50+ dates planned thus far, including shows with Papercut Massacre beginning mid-January and COLD February through April. Additional dates are being added daily. For the most current list of tour dates, visit: www.dayoffire.com.

Day Of Fire comprises vocalist Josh Brown, guitarist Joe Pangallo, his brother Chris Pangallo on bass, and drummer Zach Simms. The band was founded by Brown who was previously signed to Island/Def Jam Records, fronting the mainstream act Full Devil Jacket and touring with bands including Creed, Fuel and Nickelback. Brown quit FDJ after surviving a heroin overdose and committing his life to God while in rehabilitation.

Day Of Fire signed with Provident Label Group imprint Essential Records in 2004, releasing its debut project, Day Of Fire, Oct. 26, 2004. The album produced the No. 1 Christian Rock hit “Cornerstone” while garnering a Dove Award for Rock Album of the Year. Day Of Fire’s sophomore release, Cut & Move, came out two years later, contributing to the band’s current career sales of more than 150,000 albums. The GRAMMY nominated band has performed for more than 750,000 devoted fans worldwide and toured with such high-profile acts as Third Day, Red, Decyfer Down, Saliva, Cold, Rev Theory, and Collective Soul. Most recently the band has been a regular on tour with friend and American Idol finalist Chris Daughtry. For more information on Day OF Fire, visit: www.dayoffire.com or www.myspace.com/dayoffire.

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