Nashville based hard rockers Day Of Fire‘s forthcoming release, LOSING ALL, features 13 ambitious, high energy rock songs.

Set for release on January 26, 2010, LOSING ALL is a powerful hard-rock record that showcases the growth of band professionally and personally. Day Of Fire is vocalist Josh Brown, guitarist Joe Pangallo, his brother Chris Pangallo on bass, and drummer Zach Simms.

NEWS

Day of Fire‘s single, “Lately”, is available now as an exclusive iTunes bundle.  Included in the bundle is the album version of “Lately”, a live audio version of the song, and a live video.

‘Lately’ is climbing the charts on Active Rock and Christian rock radio. It was #1 most added at Christian Rock on impact week and #2 Most Added at Active Rock.

Helping to build on this radio success, the band has radio shows lined up for the month of December and a slated tour in the works for January/February 2010.

RADIO SHOW DATES
12/4 – WRXW/Jackson, MS *
12/10 – WRTT/Huntsville, AL
12/18 – WTZR/Kingsport, TN **
*WITH COLD & ARANDA
**WITH POP EVIL, BOYS LIKE GIRLS & WE THE KINGS

January/February 2010 Tour Dates Forthcoming

DAY OF FIRE MUSIC AND VIDEO

“Lately” Live Performance Video

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