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Darker Day Tomorrow

Darker Day Tomorrow

Darker Day Tomorrow


There are multiple bands using this name. 1: Darker Day Tomorrow was a late 90s/early 2000s metalcore band from Syracuse, New York. It featured Mike Lazore (of Another Victim and Santa Sangre) on guitar, Tony Tornabene (of Another Victim) on drums, Craig Heckman on vocals as well as a member of Hermon Dekalb. The first self-titled EP was released in 1999. The second EP "No Sleep In Forty Days" was released in 2000 on Canadian record label Redstar Records. Read more on Last.fm
There are multiple bands using this name. 1: Darker Day Tomorrow was a late 90s/early 2000s metalcore band from Syracuse, New York. It featured Mike Lazore (of Another Victim and Santa Sangre) on guitar, Tony Tornabene (of Another Victim) on drums, Craig Heckman on vocals as well as a member of Hermon Dekalb. The first self-titled EP was released in 1999. The second EP "No Sleep In Forty Days" was released in 2000 on Canadian record label Redstar Records.

A second ep was announced to be released in the summer of 2001, originally set on the same label, but was eventually released by Lifeforce Records as "Crazy Like A Killer" later in the year, to an extremely limited pressing due to the band breaking up. In early 2001, they were announced to be on the Hex Records Public Enemy tribute compilation, which never came out. Prior to breaking up in the fall of 2001, three of the members started up The Funeral, which was kept going after the fall of DDT. - Late Winter of 1999 ex-members of Another Victim and Hermon Dekalb decided to get together and start playing music. Shying away from their previous bands sound they started creating a more dark, metallic sound for themselves.

They quickly wrote 3 songs which was suppose to be a demo but by writing and adding another song it became the "Self-Titled" Alone Records EP. With the addition of bass player Andy Williams of Eternal Youth fame the band began playing shows feverishly in the Upstate NY/PA area. This in turn was noticed by Canadian indie label Redstar Records, and with their support it was time for the band to put out a full-length record. In the Fall of 2000 the "No Sleep In Forty Days" LP was recorded, and again another line-up change with ex-Another Victim/Santa Sangre guitarist Mike Lazore joining the fold, things quickly were picking up with shows being booked not only in the U.S.

but Canada as well. As the band began writing more material the style was evolving by adding elements of a heavy southern rock feel, more guitar effects, and raspy singing parts. This stronger song writing caught the eye of European label Lifeforce Records. In 2001 the band wrote and recorded their final effort, the "Crazy Like A Killer" EP.

Playing a handful of more shows including at that time the annual Hellfest festival, the band unfortunately disbanded. Members later went on to either start or join such bands as: Santa Sangre, Freya, The Funeral, All Hell Breaks Loose, My Way. - past members: ..Tony Tornabene - Drums ..Travis Hance - Guitar ..Mike Lazore - Guitar ..Craig Heckman - Vocals ..Andy Williams - Bass ..Tom "Dice" Cavanaugh - Guitar ..Jeremy Johnson - Bass Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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